• December 22, 2008
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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 977

    Week of June 11, 2007

    Featured: part 1 of an interview with Ratdog guitarist Mark Karan edited from a live broadcast on KPFA's Dead to the World on April 18, 2007.

    The music in this hour includes some kick-ass live Ratdog from the spring tour (listen to the audience going crazy after "Tennessee Jed"!), and a sneak preview of the about-to-be-released Three from the Vault.

    Ratdog 3/19/07 Ram's Head Live, Baltimore MD
    WEATHER REPORT SUITE

    Ratdog 3/24/07 Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro NC
    MONEY FOR GASOLINE

    Ratdog 3/9/07 Beacon Theater, New York City
    TENNESSEE JED

    Grateful Dead, Three from the Vault (2/19/71)
    LOSER

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    - David Gans

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Week of June 11, 2007

Featured: part 1 of an interview with Ratdog guitarist Mark Karan edited from a live broadcast on KPFA's Dead to the World on April 18, 2007.

The music in this hour includes some kick-ass live Ratdog from the spring tour (listen to the audience going crazy after "Tennessee Jed"!), and a sneak preview of the about-to-be-released Three from the Vault.

Ratdog 3/19/07 Ram's Head Live, Baltimore MD
WEATHER REPORT SUITE

Ratdog 3/24/07 Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro NC
MONEY FOR GASOLINE

Ratdog 3/9/07 Beacon Theater, New York City
TENNESSEE JED

Grateful Dead, Three from the Vault (2/19/71)
LOSER

What do you want to hear from the GD Hour archive? Browse and/or search the Grateful Dead Hour program logs on the GD Hour web site. Let me know if there's a particular program you'd like to hear, and feel free to post requests and comments here or by email to gdhour@dead.net

Thanks for listening!
- David Gans

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Karan is a great guitar player . The best moments i remember of him from 98 was in Charlotte soloing in Walkin B s & Loser . He was just massive . Those were also the 1st times Phil would play those songs live since Its intriguing how he takes the tone or note playing question into something that you may or not may see as he does . - I was amazed at the Ratdog songs . Weather report is so welll performed . Money for gas is great . And T bed has solid contributions from Chimenti ( !! ] , Karan . The bass player , and Bobby . Just spectacular . Karan can hold his own , and he - or S Kimock , i havent heard Eric Campbell yet - are excellent guitarists that can come close to a respectable level , of playing what Jerry did as It d be interesting to hear his solo band . But its on the Dead tunes - up to now - that he blows anyone away
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    Jaime
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    Karan is unparalleled
    Karan is a great guitar player . The best moments i remember of him from 98 was in Charlotte soloing in Walkin B s & Loser . He was just massive . Those were also the 1st times Phil would play those songs live since Its intriguing how he takes the tone or note playing question into something that you may or not may see as he does . - I was amazed at the Ratdog songs . Weather report is so welll performed . Money for gas is great . And T bed has solid contributions from Chimenti ( !! ] , Karan . The bass player , and Bobby . Just spectacular . Karan can hold his own , and he - or S Kimock , i havent heard Eric Campbell yet - are excellent guitarists that can come close to a respectable level , of playing what Jerry did as It d be interesting to hear his solo band . But its on the Dead tunes - up to now - that he blows anyone away