Grateful Dead Hour no. 1575

Week of November 26, 2018

Part 1 27:52
Grateful Dead, Pacific Northwest ’73-’74: The Complete Recordings (6/22/73)
TRUCKIN’

Part 2 28:05
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros 10/22/18 Keller Auditorium, Portland OR
ONLY A RIVER
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros 10/27/18 Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque NM
LOST SAILOR->
SAINT OF CIRCUMSTANCE

That whole epic sequence is listed on the CD as “Truckin’,” but there’s so much more going on! Coming out of the song, Jerry Garcia plays slide guitar in the jam, and there’s a very solid but brief instrumental reading of “Nobody’s Fault But Mine” – and then they’re off to the races with a great jam. Phil Lesh plays a good long bass solo accompanied only by drummer Bill Kreutzmann. Then the jam that goes hither and yon through lots of sweet swingin’ quiet passages. This was recorded June 22, 1973 in Vancouver, Canada, and it’s on the amazing Pacific Northwest boxed set, available from dead.net. (And the “Other One” and “Wharf Rat” that follow are also sterling!)

Recordings from the Bob Weir & Wolf Bros tour are available from nugs.net

Support for the Grateful Dead Hour comes this week from:

Lillie Belle Farms hand made chocolates, recognized as one of America’s top 10 chocolatiers by Pastry Arts and Design. Lillie Belle’s award-winning creations include the 80% Dark Star bar, the 70% Ramblin Rose, and more. Made by heads, for heads.

Rhino Entertainment, presenting the GRAMMY®-nominated Grateful Dead documentary Long Strange Trip, out now on DVD and Blu-Ray. All versions include the original documentary in stereo and 5.1 surround. The Deluxe Edition includes previously unreleased video from the band’s first overseas gig, May 24, 1970 in England, including six full songs along with backstage footage. The Long Strange Trip Deluxe Edition is available exclusively at dead.net.

The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. On Wednesday, November 28, guitar gods Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nuno Bettencourt and Tosin Abasi join forces for Generation Axe. And Deadheads can enjoy Grateful Dead night every Wednesday at Garcia’s. Events, information, and ticketing at thecapitoltheatre.com

The Capitol Theatre & CEG Present Dead On Live: Winterland ’74 “Wall of Sound” on Friday, December 14! Dead On Live pays tribute to the Grateful Dead’s historic PA with selections from the Dead’s Winterland ’74 run that became the Grateful Dead Movie and the Steal Your Face album. A truly unique presentation of this historic era of Grateful Dead’s long and illustrious history, as presented by Dead On Live and Asbury Audio.

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