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Deader Than Ever (Music)
With Sub - Mark Hyken
Subbing for Jim Bruce
Sat Sep 10th 2011 11.00pm–1.00am
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Time zone: central
Jerry Garcia Band “Let's spend the night together” from Let It Rock (Rhino 1975) —Keystone 1975 with Nicky Hopkins
Jerry Garcia, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick “Let's Go Together” from Blows Against the Empire (RCA) —First Paul Kantner's solo post Jefferson Airplane release that includes Jerry Garcia and Bill Kreutzmann.
Grateful Dead “Baba O' Riley” from Dicks Picks 27 (Oakland CA 92' (Grateful Dead Records)
Grateful Dead “Wake Up Little Susie” from Bear's Choice (Rhino)
Grateful Dead “Lost Sailor” from Nassau 80 (Arista)
Weirdbrother “Festival” from Live (Grateful Dead Records) —Bob Weir with Rob Wasserman and his stand up bass
Grateful Dead “Althea” from May 15th 1980 (Arista) —from the previous track recorded
Grateful Dead “Unbroken Chain (Demo)” from From the Mars Hotel (Rhino) —acoustic demo cut
Grateful Dead “Playin in the Band” from Skull and Roses (Rhino) —Don't know what they call it these day's but I knew it as Skull and Roses :)
Grateful Dead “(All Along The) Watchtower” from Truckin' Up To Buffalo (dead.net www.dead.net 2005)
Garcia/Graventies “Born in Chicago” from San Francisco (Self Produced)
Grateful Dead “Estimated Prophet/Dark Star/Drums/Space...” from Cornell 1977 (Artist produced 1977)
Kingfish (with Bob Weir) “Mystery Train/Muleskinner Blues” from Kingfish at the Calderon Concert Hall 1976 (Self Produced 1976)
Grateful Dead “Big Boss Man” from Steppin' Out with the Grateful Dead England 72' (Arista)
Grateful Dead “One More Saturday Night” from Cornell University 1977 (Self Produced)
David Crosby/Jerry Garcia/Neil Young etc.. “Music Is Love” from If I Could Only Remember My Name (Atlantic 1971) —from the first and best solo David Crosby release. Is it really a solo release when it has all these other great people on it?
Grateful Dead “Uncle John's Band (Live Winterland 1970)” from Workingmans Dead (Warner) —Live from Winterland 1970
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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