Sunday, March 22, 2009

Gift

Grateful Dead Steal Your Face fractal design 5March 22, 1989
Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, John Kahn
Giftcenter Pavilion, San Francisco


Deep Elem Blues, Wang Dang Doodle, Dreadful Wind And Rain,
When I Paint My Masterpiece, Bird Song, Easy To Slip


Poster Artists Benefit.
also: Country Joe McDonald, The Dinosaurs, Nick Gravenites and Animal Mind


At just about 35 minutes, this is quite brief but pretty cool. Jerry's acoustic playing is so sweet, and at times he's so meticulous and really getting into it! I'd say John Kahn on bass isn't really needed but he fills in some of the sound nice enough. The truly beautiful interaction, though, is between Jer and Bob.



ARCHIVE HEADPHONES3/22/89 @ the Internet Archive:
as of March 22, 2009, this show is not at Archive.org
ARCHIVE HEADPHONES
Download The Show Here

ticket for Artists Rights Today benefit with Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, John Kahn (and Country Joe McDonald) - Gift Center, San Francisco, 3/22/89

Audio Quality: Source: shnid=93889
Lineage: Audience (Front Of Board) > Master Cassette > FLAC
3/22/89 -- Jerry, Bob, John -- Gift Center
3-22-89 aka 03-22-89 aka 3/22/89 aka 03/22/89 aka 03-22-89 Artists Rights Benefit, San Francisco

Jerry Garcia & Country Joe McDonald - backstage 3/22/89 Giftcenter, San Francisco
backstage, Jerry & Country Joe McDonald

9 comments:

infinite fool said...

Looks great. Thanks.

Dogstarz said...

Zooma once again you have posted another show I have never seen anywhere else on the internet. (I really don't look to hard though. This show is looking fun. Thank you sir.

Zoooma!! said...

Hey Now Dogstarz and infinite fool! You're welcome, you're welcome. I dig these groovy little gems and I'll have to see about posting similar nuggets of joy more often.

Thanks for your comments!

Countertop said...

This is fantastic. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

very nifty thanks buckaroo!

Adam said...

Hey Zoooma!
Interesting little post. It kind of reminds me of the acoustic set at the Rambler Room in Chicago ('78). Thanks for another interesting and quite enjoyable adventure into GD land!
Adam

Paticus said...

Thanks, Zoooma!! I am jazzed to hear this.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Zooma,, Been lookin For this one for a long time,, you rock, hi to you to sugar mags!! peace love n happiness TG

Anonymous said...

Zooma

it's these unusual shows that make the site so great

Mojo

one says one number and the other another
but they were set at the same time. Hmmm...

 
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