Grateful Dead Hour no. 1051

Grateful Dead Hour no. 1051
Week of November 10, 2008

Part 1 18:52
David Gans, The Ones That Look the Weirdest Taste the Best
DOWN TO EUGENE
LIKE A DOG

The Doors Live at the Matrix 1967
GET OUT OF MY LIFE, WOMAN
I’M A KING BEE

Part 2 37:18
Grateful Dead 6/26/76 Auditorium Theater, Chicago
PLAYING IN THE BAND->
ST STEPHEN->
THE WHEEL->
PLAYING IN THE BAND

Begging your indulgence, kind listeners, this week’s show opens with two tracks from my new CD, The Ones That Look the Weirdest Taste the Best. The first song [by Jim Page] is obviously Dead-related (“…goin down to Eugene to see the Grateful Dead”), and the Dead-related thing about the second song, “Like a Dog,” is that the lyric was written by Robert Hunter. You can find out more about the CD on my web page.

The Doors Live at the Matrix 1967 was recorded in a nearly-empty club just before the Doors hit it big with “Light My Fire.” I was way into the Doors before I ever heard the Grateful Dead, so I was happy to see this archival release on the schedule.

Support for the Grateful Dead Hour comes this week from:

Singer/songwriter Aaron Ferguson, presenting his one-man rock and roll show at the Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center in New York City Saturday, November 22. Aaron’s solo performance will include elements of a jamband show with songs, jams and a folk rock approach. Sound samples and tickets are available at aaronferguson.com.

Porchwerk Music and DIG Music, joining you in support of The Grateful Dead Hour and celebrating the release of the new CD by Boris Garcia, Once More Into The Bliss, featuring performances from Buddy Cage, Tim Carbone and Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay.

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