KPFA Grateful Dead marathon January 31, 2015 – PLAYLIST

Might as Well
Jack Straw
Dire Wolf
Looks Like Rain
Loser
El Paso
Ramble On Rose
Minglewood
It Must Have Been the Roses
Let It Grow
– Grateful Dead 10/29/77 DeKalb IL

SugareeWake the Dead, from Live from Berkeley: Performances from KPFA’s Dead to the World

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Bertha
Black Throated Wind
Chinatown Shuffle
Brown-Eyed Women
China Cat Sunflower->
I Know You Rider
Me and Bobby McGee
Mr Charlie
Looks Like Rain
Deal
It Hurts Me Too
Cumberland Blues
Playing in the Band
– Grateful Dead 3/27/72 Academy of Music, New York City

Interview with Peter Richardson, author of No Simple Highway: A Cultural History of the Grateful Dead

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Any Naked EyeDavid Nelson Band, Once in a Blue Moon

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High Time – Grateful Dead,Workingman’s Dead (audiophile vinyl)

Althea->
Lost Sailor->
Saint of Circumstance->
Deal
– Grateful Dead 11/26/80 Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines FL

Lady with a Fan->
I Know You Rider
Bruce Hornsby 8/29/95 North Tonawanda NY

Rain and Snow – Obray Ramsey, from The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead

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You Never Can Tell
Mississippi Halfstep
Fennario
Back on the Train
Bird Song
Friend of the Devil->
Wicked Messenger->
Cumberland Blues
Bill Kreutzmann’s Trypto Band 12/2/14 Zodiacs, Petaluma CA

AngelineJeff Pehrson live in the KPFA studio

Forty Days and Forty NightsDonna the Buffalo, from Live from Berkeley: Performances from KPFA’s Dead to the World

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Phone interview with Mark Pinkus, head of Rhino/Grateful Dead

Friend of the DevilKenny Loggins 1972 (unreleased)

Corry Arnold has an interesting story about the Kenny Loggins FOTD.

Midnight MoonlightPeter RowanTony Rice Quartet 1/5/07 KPFA performance studio

Feel Like a StrangerJoe Russo’s Almost Dead 1/23/15 Brooklyn Bowl

BREAK FOR THE EVENING NEWS! Back at 6:30

Let It Grow->
Jam->
The Valley Road
– Grateful Dead 10/30/90 Wembley Arena, London

Bones
Come Back Down
All About You
Attics of My Life
Sonnet no. 4
Can’t Picture My Life Without You
Thief
Woo Woo
You’ll Be Fine
Sticks and Stones
T Sisters live in the KPFA performance studio

Interview with Trixie Garcia

The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest – Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Been All Around This World

Hell in a Bucket->
Franklin’s Tower
Minglewood
Loser
My Brother Esau
Bird Song
– Grateful Dead 6/20/87 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA

Greatest Story Ever Told
Ramble on Rose
Big Boss Man
EL Paso
Good Lovin’
Me and My Uncle
The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)
Sugar Magnolia
Loser
Casey Jones
~
One More Saturday Night
– Grateful Dead 3/27/72 Academy of Music, New York City

Tongue – David Bromberg 10/14/09 in the KPFA studio

China Cat Sunflower->
I Know You Rider
– Grateful Dead 11/26/80 Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines FL

Jam->
Iko Iko
Looks Like Rain->
Deal
– Grateful Dead 6/20/87 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA

St Stephen->
Drums and bass->
Not Fade Away->
Black Peter->
Sugar Magnolia
– Grateful Dead 10/29/77 DeKalb IL

My Sisters and Brothers – Jerry Garcia Band, Pure Jerry: Theatre 1839, July 29 & 30, 1977

13 Responses to “KPFA Grateful Dead marathon January 31, 2015 – PLAYLIST”

  1. Royphish says:

    Ooh great start David! I think this is the show with the wonderful Eyes of The World in set 2?
    Greetings from Novi Sad Serbia

  2. walsh says:

    Fantastic opening sequence from a phenomenal Midwest show. While I do think early May is the ZENITH of 1977, I have slowly begun to feel Fall Tour may be stronger overall?!?? Subtleties I have zeroed in on cause this feeling more and more each listen. In the end, it’s all good!

    Thanks for all you’ve done over the years to spread this music and the love!

    See everybody in Chicago!

  3. Barry Barnes says:

    The DeKalb show was the day after my second show in KC.

  4. Jamie says:

    Sounding crispy David. Real crispy! Thanks. I always love your choices – there’s a quality / trust behind it – just know it’s gonna / is good and crispy, and I enjoy that. Stuff I wouldn’t usually sit down to listen to, but when it’s spun by Gans, I know it’s going to be delicious.

  5. Oz Childs says:

    Listening right now on my TV (Comcast channel 967 in Sonoma County) Sorry I missed “Sugaree” because I was in a long line at my bank.

  6. Tedd Ward Jr. says:

    I was at that DeKalb show. It was excellent and the memory comes to mind easily. Everybody dressed for Halloween, that was only two days away. Even the staff got into it, our usher was a Gorilla.

  7. greg says:

    Thanks for pronouncing my name right. No relation to Dave Hebert though. But will you be playing any JGB today?

  8. Wllliam Sanders says:

    David, thanks for reading my donation dedication, and within seconds after I made it! Great work and great show.

  9. mitch says:

    Greetings from Pembroke Pines Florida! Comin’ in loud and clear!!!!!

  10. Drew says:

    David, thanks once again for the virtual gathering of the tribe. And thanks tribe members everywhere for connecting across space (and in a sense even time). A high point of the year, for sure.

  11. Royphish says:

    David, many thanks for another outstanding marathon tune selection! Early congratulations on your 30th Anniversary of broadcasting, and from Serbia I bid you goodnight :-

  12. Richie Greenbaum says:

    Thanks David! We enjoyed what we were able to hear. Looking forward to marathon number 30!

  13. Richie Greenbaum says:

    Thanks David! We enjoyed what we were able to listen to on our crappy Hughesnet dish.

    Looking forward to marathon number 30!

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