Sep 26, 2008
This week's Deadpod is big in every way - a wonderful second set
that features a fabulous Eyes of the World->Estimated
Prophet->Franklin's Tower that lasts nearly an hour and is among
the best versions ever of these songs. This comes to us from the
great fall of 79 tour, this one is from November 5th, 1979 from the
Spectrum in Philadelphia. The entire set is a real treat, starting
with a rare second set opening Althea and closing with a truly
rocking Sailor-Saint-Sugar Magnolia..
Grateful Dead The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA 11/5/79 - Monday
Althea [12:01] ; Easy To Love You [3:26] ; Eyes Of The World [22:35] > Estimated Prophet [14:28] > Franklin's Tower [13:45] > Space [5:09] > Drums [7:36] > Space [2:39] > Lost Sailor [6:52] > Saint Of Circumstance [5:14] > Sugar Magnolia [8:46]
Encore Casey Jones [5:50]
You can listen to this weeks' Deadpod here:
Not only is there alot of great music this week, but I took to heart a suggestion that I try to improve the compression rate on the mp3. Being just another picky deadhead myself, I'm very concerned to have the music sound as good as possible - please let me know if you notice the difference on this week's Deadpod. This does increase the file size, and there are tradeoffs, but it may well be worth the cost.
The other big news this week is that starting next week, KOPN, 89.5 FM, Community radio begins its Fall pledge drive. I'm trying to get a head start on this by asking you for your support for the Deadpod. I do hope you'll consider contributing to the Deadpod and ensuring our continuance. I wanted to let you know this was starting this week because I have an opportunity to send you a very special thank you for supporting the Deadpod - a copy of the brand new release "Rocking the Cradle - Egypt 78" CD/DVD combination set that releases on September 30th!
This two cd/dvd set chronicles the historic shows in Egypt in 1978 - including 95 minutes of concert footage - and I'm so happy to be able to offer this to my listeners who contribute at a $60 level or above. I wanted to get a headstart on this as I'm going to be getting some surgery done later in October and would like to take care of this before all that goes down.. so at any rate, if you'd like to get a copy of this wonderful set, just contribute to the Deadpod during this big membership drive. You can click the 'Make a Donation' button on the left hand side of the page here: http://deadshow.blogspot.com
Whew! I hope the Deadpod and all the news isn't TOO big! but then again, I always loved the BIG sound of seeing the Dead and I think you'll enjoy this week's show..
Be well and thanks for picking us up!
twelve and a half years ago
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