Tuesday, November 27, 2018

032 - Dire Wolves

It's late November and the year is almost gone. In this episode we chat with Jeffrey Alexander of Dire Wolves. They've got a new album out called Paradisiacal Mind which you can grab from Bandcamp or on vinyl from Feeding Tube Records in the US or Cardinal Fuzz in the UK/EU. It's a great trip and worth your time.

We dig into the origins of the band and their unique sound before spinning a track from the new album. Then we tap into Jeffrey's past as a deadhead and taper. Naturally we get to talking about shows he saw and that leads us to spin some terrific Grateful Dead.

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Selections In This Episode: 
Dire Wolves - In And Out Of Den Garten He Goes (from the album, "Paradisiacal Mind" available digitally and on LP)

Grateful Dead
- 1987-07-08 Roanoke Civic Center, Roanoke, VA: Scarlet Begonias  > Fire On The Mountain, Space > Crazy Fingers > Truckin' > Comes A Time > Sugar Magnolia, Black Muddy River

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