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 #29680  by jck_strw
 Sat Nov 10, 2007 11:37 pm ... sbeok.shnf

This is a favorite of mine. It's from April '67--Jerry and Phil on the radio, bringing in their records/recommendations and playing them with Tom Donahue (DJ). Lots of talking between songs and lots of good banter (and a cool commercial for an upcoming show at the Avalon). I guess part of the gig is that they're there to promote their album. The last two song selections are stuff from their "newest" album, The Grateful Dead, released only 2 months before this.

Their songs are good. They bring in some bizarro stuff, but overall a pretty cool "mix tape" as selected by Jerry, Phil (and Bob, because they play Maggie's Farm by Dylan at Bob's suggestion).

SWAN SILVERTONES - (Song title unannounced) [missing from circulation]
CHARLES MINGUS - Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON - Lord I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes
RAY CHARLES - I Don't Need No Doctor
JAMES BROWN - It's A Man's Man's Man's World
JAMES BROWN - Ain't That A Groove
BOB DYLAN - Maggie's Farm
(Station Ads - Avalon Ballroom)
JUNIOR WELLS - Ships On The Ocean
LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI/AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCH. - Charles Ives: Symphony # 4 (2nd Movement)
IAN & SYLVIA - Jealous Lover
IAN & SYLVIA Four Rode By
SKIP JAMES - Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues
ARETHA FRANKLIN - I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
IKE & TINA TURNER - River Deep, Mountain High
LOU RAWLS - Trouble Down Here Below
OTIS REDDING - Day Tripper
GRATEFUL DEAD - Cold Rain And Snow
GRATEFUL DEAD - New, New Minglewood Blues

 #29688  by st. stephen
 Sun Nov 11, 2007 6:42 am
thanks for posting, I'm going to download all those songs. That's a really nice compilation of great music and most of them would be hard to find...
BTW a nice interview :smile:

 #29744  by Rev_Roach
 Sun Nov 11, 2007 5:36 pm
thanks for posting, i really enjoyed it. some cool music i hadnt heard before and the interviews were interesting too, not to mention the historical value