Tuesday, November 21, 2017

010 - More with Jesse Jarnow & '67 Dead

We're going bi-weekly in November with our interview with author, Jesse Jarnow. In episode 009 (Listen HERE) we talked about Jesse's background as a Dead Head and writer and how the two streams combined. Then we began tearing into a survey of the recorded history of 1967 Grateful Dead.

That's where our conversation picks up this time. There's a fair bit of music left to discuss so we get right on into it.

It was a pleasure chatting with Jesse and whipping this show together with him so I hope you all enjoy it. I strongly encourage you to check out his books: Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo And The Rise Of Indie Rock (amazon) and Heads: A Biography Of Psychedelic America (amazon).

You can also check out Jesse Jarnow on Twitter @bourgwick and @headsnews as well as on his website, jessejarnow.com.

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Listen via iTunesGooglePlay, or in the player below.

Segment 1:
1967-09-29 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA 
Golden Road > New Potato Caboose  

Segment 2:
1967-10-22 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA 
Morning Dew, Cryptical Envelopment > The Other One > Cryptical Envelopment

Segment 3:1967-11-11 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA Alligator > Caution (Do Not Step On The Tracks)
1967-11-14 American Studios Dark Star

Once again, we simply must give credit to a few Grateful Dead history blogs:

Thanks again to Jesse Jarnow and to you, our listeners.

Talk to you in December!

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