Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Video: Grateful Dead "It's All Over Now" 8.19.89 Greek Theatre, UC Berkeley Berkeley, CA

  

  

Daily Audio: Phish "Tweezer" 4.21.92 Redwoods Acres Fairgrounds ~ Eureka, CA

  

Sticking with the '92 theme this week, we fast forward 4 days ahead from yesterday to Phish's gig at the Redwood Acre Fairgrounds in the heart of the Redwood National Forest. One of my favorite early-day Tweezers, with an unusually melodic jam for the times. I'd love to hear a musician explain what Trey is doing during this jam... my words would never do it justice. The outro plays on the same theme found in the playful 7.31.09 Tweezer.



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KPFA's Annual Grateful Dead Fund-Raising Marathon this Saturday, February 19

  

Complete details via dead.net
Dead.net is proud to announce that we will webcast the annual KPFA Grateful Dead fund-raising marathon on Saturday, February 19, 2011 from 9 am to 1 am Pacific time. DeadNet will also provide the chat room, where producer/host David Gans will hang out with listeners for the duration of the 16-hour event.

The February 19 marathon will include a live set by A Mark Karan Experience, in addition to several hours of rare unreleased gems from the Grateful Dead vault.

The Marathon will also include audio sneak-previews of two exciting events on the Dead calendar for 2011: Europe '72: The Complete Recordings and First Fusion, a benefit collaboration between Bob Weir and the Marin Symphony. "I went to Prairie Sun Studios in Sonoma County to talk with [mixing engineer] Jeffrey Norman as he got started on the monumental mission of mixing 22 shows from one of the Dead's peak years," says Gans, "and then the next day I attended a rehearsal for First Fusion and talked with Bobby and with Giancarlo Aquilanti, the composer with whom he is developing arrangements for the 43-piece Marin Symphony."

Other surprises are expected. "Every year, I start putting together a great assortment of the best Grateful Dead music I can find, always looking for the unheard gems, and every year I am surprised to find more cool stuff coming my way at the last minute. [Grateful Dead archivist] David Lemieux can always be counted on to contribute some magical bits, too."
  

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