Saturday, May 23, 2009

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Dead Reckoning on KTHO Radio

Every SATURDAY Night
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This week will feature more from 5/26/73 Kezar Stadium
and I think some of The Dead from 5/9/09??

No matter what Timmy chooses to play,
you know they're gonna be some sweet tunes!

So check it out!!!

Dead Reckoning with Timmy
Saturday night at:

10:00 p.m. U.S. West Coast / 1:00 A.M. East Coast

2 a.m. in Buenos Aires, Argentina
6 a.m. in Nottingham, Jolly Old England
8 a.m in Diyarbakir, Kurdistan
11 a.m. in Diego Garcia

if you're not in any of those places, you can check for yourself

Grateful Dead animated Dancing Bear




Zoooma!! said...

Hey Timmy!

Viola Lee-> Bertha-> Viola Lee-> Caution-> Viola Lee?! Seriously?! Dude... that's sick.

I did not keep up with setlists for the tour, I've only listened to the first 5 shows so far, but now I've heard the beginning of this show (5/9 Inglewood) and this makes the tour's first Viola Lee and the tour's first Caution look like sad jokes... no offense to anyone who was at the show in Albany or Greensboro... and it's totally absolutely NOT my thing to compare shows and/or song versions.... but the 5/9 Viola Lee and Caution completely blows 4/17 Viola Lee and 4/12 Caution out of the water!

I was just gonna wait until I roll through the shows on my own before I listen to 5/9 but I'm lookin' forward to hearing more next week! I'm glad your show streams on the intertubes for everyone across the world to listen to!

Timmy said...

Zoomer, Man, I have to humbly say thanx to you for promoing our lil' show on the radio. As far as The dead's show at The Forum, I was completely in awe, maybe "Shock & Awe" ??? I felt it was a special performance, & could really feel the history of The 45 year legend of The Grateful Dead, besides being able to boogie to one platinum concert.

Timmy said...

Remembering those who fell. HAPPY MAMORIAL DAY, everyone...

Timmy said...

MEMorial Day, (I swear it was a typo-Fruedian slip...)

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

Calvin and Hobbes in the snow -- animated