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Grateful Dead Hour no. 380
Do not broadcast before January 1, 1996


Part 1 26:30
:00 :42 Introduction
:42 25:20 Grateful Dead 10/18/78 Winterland, San Francisco
ME AND MY UNCLE->
BIG RIVER
FENNARIO
LOOKS LIKE RAIN
26:02 :28 ID

Part 2 27:36
27:00 :26 Introduction
27:26 4:24 The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead
RAIN AND SNOW
31:50 2:19 Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band, Almost Acoustic
SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT
34:09 19:16 Grateful Dead 10/18/78 Winterland, San Francisco
STAGGER LEE
MINGLEWOOD
CANDYMAN
53:25 1:11 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 381
Do not broadcast before January 8, 1996



Part 1 19:10
:00 :37 Introduction
:37 12:21 Grateful Dead 10/18/78 Winterland, San Francisco
FROM THE HEART OF ME
SAMSON AND DELILAH
12:58 5:37 Grateful Dead, Without a Net
DEAR MR. FANTASY
18:35 :35 ID

Part 2 33:18
19:40 :10 Introduction
19:50 32:04 Grateful Dead 10/18/78 Winterland, San Francisco
JAM->
WHARF RAT->
TRUCKIN'
51:54 1:04 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 382
Do not broadcast before January 15, 1996



Part 1 28:10
:00 1:45 Introduction
1:45 26:07 Grateful Dead 12/3/81 Dane County Coliseum, Madison WI
BLACK PETER->
AROUND AND AROUND->
JOHNNY B. GOODE
IT'S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE
27:52 :18 ID

Part 2 25:06
28:40 :23 Introduction
29:03 23:40 Robert Hunter, from Sentinel (Penguin Books, 1993)
AN AMERICAN ADVENTURE read by David Gans 12/27/95
52:43 1:03 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 383
Do not broadcast before January 22, 1996


Part 1 17:07
:00 :49 Introduction
:49 6:20 Grateful Dead 5/21/95 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas NV
UNBROKEN CHAIN
7:09 4:13 Grateful Dead from the Mars Hotel GDCD4007, 1974
PRIDE OF CUCAMONGA
11:22 5:15 Grateful Dead, American Beauty Warner Bros. 1893, 1970
BOX OF RAIN
16:37 :30 ID

Part 2 36:14
17:37 :05 Introduction
17:42 35:04 Grateful Dead 5/21/95 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas NV
JAM->
THE OTHER ONE->
THE DAYS BETWEEN->
SUGAR MAGNOLIA
52:46 1:05 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 384
Do not broadcast before January 29, 1996



Part 1 29:20
:00 :38 Introduction
:38 28:09 Grateful Dead 10/18/74 Winterland, San Francisco
NOT FADE AWAY->
GOIN' DOWN THE ROAD FEELIN' BAD->
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
US BLUES
28:47 :33 ID

Part 2 21:23
29:50 :19 Introduction
30:09 6:50 Henry Kaiser and Friends on West Coast Live 11/25/95
SILVIO
36:59 3:25 Obray Ramsey, from The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the
Grateful Dead
RAIN AND SNOW
40:24 :21 Talk
40:45 4:36 Henry Kaiser and Friends on West Coast Live 11/25/95
LOSER
45:21 4:50 Henry Kaiser, Eternity Blue
MASON'S CHILDREN
50:11 1:02 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 385
Do not broadcast before February 5, 1996



Part 1 20:18
:00 1:30 Introduction
1:30 11:50 Grateful Dead 12/28/79 Oakland Auditorium
ALABAMA GETAWAY->
GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD
13:20 1:09 Mutilaudio by David Gans
I, FLAGPOLE
14:29 5:01 Mischief, from The Vineyard Sound vol 2
LIBERTY
19:30 :48 ID

Part 2 33:08
20:48 :09 Introduction
20:57 31:55 Grateful Dead 12/28/79 Oakland Auditorium
TERRAPIN->
PLAYING IN THE BAND
52:52 1:04 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 386
Do not broadcast before February 12, 1996



Part 1 32:26
:00 1:27 Introduction
1:27 15:11 Grateful Dead 2/27/70 Family Dog, San Francisco
DANCIN' IN THE STREETS
16:38 11:17 Interview: ALAN TRIST
27:55 4:20 Grateful Dead 12/28/88 Oakland Coliseum Arena
JACKAROE
32:15 :11 ID

Part 2 20:27
32:56 :10 Introduction
33:06 2:23 Simon and Garfunkel, Wednesday Morning, 3AM
PEGGY-O (FENNARIO)
35:29 5:31 Interview: ALAN TRIST
41:00 4:45 Grateful Dead, Europe 72
JACK STRAW
45:45 6:34 Interview: ALAN TRIST
52:19 1:04 Outro

Ok to enter this response? y


THE WATER OF LIFE: A GRATEFUL DEAD FOLKTALE has just been reissued in paper-
back by Hulogos'i. It's available from GDM, too...


This interview is from a live broadcast on KPFA in June of 1990, when the
original hardcover edition came out.


David Gans: With me in the studio is Alan Trist, who's down from Oregon with
a new book that he's written called The Water of Life: A Tale of the Grateful
Dead.

Alan, your involvement with the Grateful Dead goes back a long way. Your
knowledge of the term "grateful dead" goes back even further. What can you
tell us about this? This is more than just a little children's book, here.

Alan Trist: Well, yes, the "grateful dead" term goes back perhaps two
thousand years. That's the earliest literary reference to it we have. So when
the band chose that name in the '60s, they were choosing a very old myth to
call themselves by. That's lived with them all along, and I think people have
been aware that there is that mythic connection in their name. My purpose in
writing this book was to bring that out and make people aware of it.

Gans: What can you tell us about this story and what it represents to modern
times?

Trist: The Grateful Dead theme, which you find connected with many hero
tales that have been told to us by storytellers of many generations, is what
folklorists call a "helper" motif. The grateful dead man is somebody who
helps the hero on his journey, his quest, which will take many forms. In this
particular story, "The Water of Life," the hero has to obtain this substance
and with it cure his father, the king, who as in all old stories is as-
sociated with the land and the health of the land. So the king and the land
are sick, and the hero will cure it by finding the water of life. He's helped
by the grateful dead man, and that is where that theme comes in, to achieve
this quest.

Gans: The "grateful dead man" - there's an actual corpse involved here,
right?

Trist: Yes, there is. Perhaps I could read a section here where the hero
meets the grateful dead man in various guises. He first meets him, in fact,
as a talking fox who is a shape-change of the grateful dead man:

"The next day, the prince continued on his journey. At noon, he came to a
place where three roads crossed. There, he spied a dark bundle hidden in the
grass. As he drew near, he saw it was a man wrapped in a cloak. The man was
dead, the cloak a shroud to cover his head. The prince wondered why this
corpse was tossed beside the road, abandoned, unburied, and prey to vultures.
Then he saw a note pinned to the shroud, which he unfastened and read. 'This
man died a debtor. For that, his mortal remains are left by the wayside, for
none can afford to bury him.' The prince thought to himself, 'A poor debtor.
Though his arm outstretched his reach, I will see his body buried for the
sake of his memory.'

"He asked at an inn how much it might cost to ransom the body of the dead
man. He paid the price of the man's debts, which were many, nearly emptying
his purse, and returned to claim the body. At the crossroads he met an old
woman who said, 'This man owed me for his lodging.' So the prince paid her,
too, with his last three coins. And then indeed his purse was empty. The old
crone blessed him and departed.

"He buried the cause of his bankruptcy there and then, by the crossroads, in
the shade of a great yew tree. It is said that a dead man's bones can speak
through the roots of this tree, that the wind bears his words in the whisper-
ing of its leaves and carries them away.

"The prince set out once again. Immediately, as he entered the forest, he met
a stranger who was sitting on a stump, almost invisible in the dappled
shadows of evening. He was dressed as a harlequin, and from his belt there
hung an assortment of objects, the uses for which were not at all obvious.
The stranger hailed the prince and said, 'If you are traveling through the
forest, may I join you? The way ahead is dark.'

"'Certainly you may,' said the prince. 'But since night is upon us, let us
quickly make a fire and prepare camp.'

"They found a great oak tree whose branches were so wide, a hundred people
could sleep dry underneath, and here they made camp. The roots of this tree
jutted out like armchairs and, nestled in their mossy enclosure, the stranger
produced an apple from his bag. Carefully, he cut it exactly in half, and
gave one piece to the prince, and the other he bit into heartily, saying, 'My
name is Jack of All Trades. Let us be companions for the journey. Tell me,
what adventure takes you into the wild mountains where there are dangerous
ravines and vultures which circle overhead?'

"The prince, accepting his half of the apple, said, 'I seek the water of life
for my dying father, the king. And I must find it, no matter the danger.'

"When the prince had recounted his recent adventures, Jack said, 'If you
wish, I will go with you and be your companion. I am a minstrel bound for the
court of the very ogre who guards the water of life. I will help you in your
quest. But first, since I know you are a fair man, you must promise to reward
me with half of whatever fortune comes your way.

"The prince agreed to this bargain at once, and in the morning, they set off
together to find the ogre's castle."

Now, that section from the book describes the deal that the grateful dead man
and the hero strike up. And the rest of the story concerns the achieving of
the quest, the way in which the grateful dead man Q who, of course, we learn
is Jack of All Trades Q helps him to achieve this.

Gans: This is a very moral story.

Trist: As all fairy tales and folk stories are, of course.

Gans: It reminds me of Joseph Campbell's discussions of the hero's journey.
This is a very archetypal trip going on here. This is told in sort of
medieval terms and in that kind of setting, but it seems very relevant to
right now. In fact, I felt a lot of resonances with what Deadheads go through
on their road trips, this very summer.

Trist: Well, I call the story a book for "children of all ages," as I think
folk stories have been passed down to us in that way, as fairy tales, and
that's how they come into our culture at this time. They do hold those
morals, and at various points you'll find lists of those sort of attributes
and qualities which have always been embedded as significant. We find them so
today as well. As Joseph Campbell has pointed out, it is those aspects which
make them very relevant for us today.

Gans: Modern times don't really support this sort of morality, and yet in
this story we find that sacrifice and kindness are rewarded again and again.
In fact the modern viewer listens to this story and hears this guy encounter-
ing a corpse at the side of the road, and for no apparent reason, and for no
self-interest whatsoever, settles the guy's debts and sees that he gets a
fair burial. That's a kind impulse, but it seems anachronistic somehow.

Trist: It may seem so, but you will find it everywhere. You only have to go
on the road with the Grateful Dead and there you'll find it. You'll find the
Deadheads helping each other in exactly the kind of ways that this story
talks about. There's at one point a list of qualities you must give of your-
self when no one asks. That is a quality which I didn't dream up out of the
blue, but one you find in stories that are thousands of years old, or at
least hundreds, and I think that is a quality you will find if you look
around today, particularly in those circles that I just mentioned.

Gans: I also tend not to think that it's a coincidence that two brothers
drove off and rather thoughtlessly passed that grateful dead man and met un-
timely fates. And it was the third, the crippled brother, who succeeded in
the quest and ended up bailing everybody out. That brought to mind Bob Weir's
favorite phrase, 'misfit power.'

Trist: Indeed, I don't know whether that ratio of two to one is significant
or not [laughs], but we do find that they occur in triplets a lot. The first
two, indeed, they didn't succeed. They failed in the quest because they
didn't have the right qualities of righteousness to begin with. The third
brother, who was the youngest, he was a hunchback, he was weak of eye, he had
a lot of things going against him, on the physical plane, so to speak. But
one thing he did have going for him was a pure heart and good intention.
That's what carried him through.

Gans: I don't want to give away the ending, but he does end up walking
upright by the end of the book, right?

Trist: Indeed, and again it is the fox, who is a magical shape change of the
grateful dead, who achieves that straightening out of his back with a loud
crack.

% % %

Gans: Maybe you can tell us if there's a place called Fennario - and if so,
where and what?

Trist: Well, David, I was able to find the answer the question to that ques-
tion. If you're a songwriter and you need a word, you might refer to Alan
Lomax's Song Archivist, and there he suggests that "Fennario" is a perfect
place name, if you need a generic name for an indeterminate place, because it
has four syllables: Fen-na-ri-o. If you a need a three-syllable place name,
you might use "Fidio." So Fennario is a place in the imagination. The syl-
labic imagination, perhaps.

Gans: I was hoping there was some history to it....

Trist: [Laughs] You were hoping it was a real place that had a lot attached
to it. Well, I think you can attach those things to it yourself. It's a very
evocative name.

% % %

Gans: Your history with Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead goes back quite a
ways, to before they were playing electric instruments.

Trist: Before they were a band. In fact, in '60 and '61 Jerry and Hunter
spent a lot of time in Kepler's bookstore and a number of cafes in Palo Alto
and Menlo Park, and that's where I first met them. That was a period of folk
music for Jerry and Bob.

Gans: Also, I see by your outfit that you're not from around here,
originally. How did you happen to end up on the west coast of the United
States, hanging out with those freaks?

Trist: I happened to spend a year in California in 1960-'61, from England,
in between leaving school and going to Cambridge University. That's where I
met those freaks, and some eight, nine years later, I came back to California
and hooked up with them again.

Gans: And you worked with the Grateful Dead. I remember when I first started
hanging around the Grateful Dead office, you were involved in the publishing
and other management matters.

Trist: Yes, from 1970 when I started working for their publishing company,
Ice Nine Publishing Company, until 1983. I was involved in the songs,
publishing the songbooks.

Gans: Now there's another question you might be able clear up. What was the
origin of the name Ice Nine Publishing?

Trist: That comes from a Kurt Vonnegut novel. Ice nine is a substance, or a
form of water, which once released has the capability of causing all water in
the world to turn to permanent ice, which is an interesting situation.

Gans: Do you have any idea what the reason was that they chose that image
for the publishing of Grateful Dead music?

Trist: I think that's a very poetical image, and the answer is in the poetry
of it. You have to feel what that means to yourself. [Laughs] Okay, I'll
scoot around that one.

% % %

Gans: Reading that story I get the idea that probably it would pay off to be
generous and kind to strangers, and a lot of other of what are known now as
"traditional family values." Can you talk about that?

Trist: There are several sets of these which occur in the book, but as far
as a relationship between our hero and Jack Of All Trades, they center around
the deal that they make together. Let me read the culmination of their
relationship, and perhaps that will answer the question. Of course, the hero
has achieved the quest, he's got the water of life, he's brought it back,
he's healed the king with it, he's even won the princess with true love
during the course of this adventure:

"After a while, the land was fully restored to health. Then Jack said to the
prince, 'A minstrel's life is to be ever upon his way. So I have come to bid
you farewell, and claim my half of the bargain.

"'You shall have it,' said the prince. 'But to live up to the bargain, I must
cut the princess in two. To avoid so dreadful a division, I beg you to accept
my entire kingdom, instead of the half of it.'

"Whereupon Jack said, 'Have no fear for the wholeness of Kate, for in fact,
you have already paid me fully. I am the spirit of he whom you buried at the
crossroads. I am grateful for your kind act, which frees me to return to the
netherworld in peace. There I will have no use for a kingdom, or even half of
one. You have been honest, generous with your friendship, and you owe me
nothing.'

"The prince was too astonished to say anything in response to this revela-
tion, but when the king heard of it, he said to the grateful dead man, 'This
is a wonder that shall be proclaimed to the ends of the earth! You have
helped my son succeed in fetching the water of life, and thereby the bounty
of the land is restored, and the animals once more bear their young. As a
reward, you may choose anything in my kingdom to take with you on your jour-
ney to the netherworld.'

"And Jack chose the lute and magic arrows, food and drink for the journey,
and departed, but not without a wink at the beggar who was sit-ting in his
usual place by the gates of the city."


Gans: I want to ask you about these fabulous illustrations. There's a very
classic feel to them, that has sort of a modern, almost cinematic point of
view in a lot of them, too.

Trist: Jim Carpenter is a friend of mine in Eugene, Oregon, and he is a very
brilliant artist. We were going for a sort of generic, turn-of-the-century
children's illustrated book-feel, so you find these illustrations done in pen
and ink, and they have that feel to them. I wish you could all see them out
there.

Gans: This is available through Grateful Dead Merchandising, right?

Trist: It is indeed, and it's available through Hulogos'i Publishers in
Eugene, Oregon; the address is P.O. Box 1188, Eugene, OR 97440.

Gans: And Grateful Dead Merchandising's 800 number is 1-800-CAL-DEAD.

Grateful Dead Hour no. 387
Do not broadcast before February 19, 1996


Part 1 25:11
:00 :45 Introduction
:45 1:00 John Oswald, Gray Folded Swell/Artifact 1969-1996, 1995
RECEDES (WHILE WE CAN) (excerpt)
1:45 :37 Talk
2:22 3:45 Interview: John Oswald plunderphonics
6:07 :22 John Oswald, Plexure Avant 016, 1993
PLEXURE (excerpt)
6:29 5:10 Interview: John Oswald all about Dark Star
11:39 3:29 John Oswald, Gray Folded
LA ESTRELLA OSCURA (excerpt)
15:08 9:46 THE SPEED OF SPACE (excerpt)->
DARK MATTER PROBLEMEVERY LEAF...
24:54 :17 ID

Part 2 28:05
25:41 :08 Introduction
25:49 26:57 Grateful Dead 3/2/69 Fillmore West, San Francisco
DARK STAR->
ST. STEPHEN
52:46 1:00 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 388
Do not broadcast before February 26, 1996


Part 1 22:44
:00 1:19 Introduction
1:19 20:37 Grateful Dead 2/66 (?) unknown venue
GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL->
YOU DON'T LOVE ME->
GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL
21:56 :48 ID

Part 2 30:50
23:14 :06 Introduction
23:20 24:25 Interview: DICK LATVALA
excerpts from DICK'S PICKS Vol. 4
47:45 4:49 Grateful Dead, Dick's Picks vol. 4
CASEY JONES
52:34 1:30 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 389
Do not broadcast before March 4, 1996


Part 1 21:59
:00 :47 Introduction
:47 21:00 Grateful Dead 6/7/77 Winterland, San Francisco
BERTHA
JACK STRAW
TENNESSEE JED
21:47 :12 ID

Part 2 31:17
22:29 :16 Introduction
22:45 3:38 Old and In the Way, That High Lonesome Sound
THET HIGH LONESOME SOUND
26:23 26:04 Grateful Dead 6/7/77 Winterland, San Francisco
LOOKS LIKE RAIN
FUNICULI FUNICULA
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
52:27 1:19 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 390
Do not broadcast before March 11, 1996




Part 1 24:56
:00 :45 Introduction
:45 23:50 Grateful Dead 4/12/70 Fillmore West, San Francisco
DIRE WOLF
DANCIN' IN THE STREETS
BLACK PETER
24:35 :21 ID

Part 2 28:04
25:26 :15 Introduction
25:41 3:52 Mutilaudio by David Gans
DIXPIX #1 OVERTURE (revised)
29:33 22:39 Grateful Dead 4/12/70 Fillmore West, San Francisco
IT'S A MAN'S WORLD
VIOLA LEE BLUES
52:12 1:18 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 391
Do not broadcast before March 18, 1996


Part 1 21:09
:00 1:01 Introduction
1:01 19:52 Grateful Dead 12/29/88 Oakland Coliseum Arena
TO LAY ME DOWN->
LET IT GROW
20:53 :16 ID

Part 2 31:34
21:39 :03 Introduction
21:42 3:03 Interview: David Grisman
24:45 3:27 Old and in the Way
KISSIMMEE KID
28:12 1:06 Interview: David Grisman
29:18 3:01 Old and in the Way
OLD AND IN THE WAY
32:19 2:29 Interview: David Grisman
34:48 3:29 Old and in the Way, That High Lonesome Sound
ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL
38:17 1:18 Interview: David Grisman
39:35 4:03 Old and in the Way, That High Lonesome Sound
CATFISH JOHN
43:38 1:04 Interview: David Grisman
44:42 3:34 Old and in the Way, That High Lonesome Sound
THE GREAT PRETENDER
48:16 :44 Interview: David Grisman
49:00 2:55 Old and in the Way, That High Lonesome Sound
UNCLE PEN
51:55 1:18 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 392
Do not broadcast before March 25, 1996


Part 1 23:58
:00 :48 Introduction
:48 22:58 Grateful Dead 12/5/79 Uptown Theater, Chicago
SHAKEDOWN STREET->
SAMSON AND DELILAH
23:46 :12 ID

Part 2 28:58
24:28 :05 Introduction
24:33 3:00 Jerry Garcia, Compliments
MISSISSIPPI MOON
27:33 24:59 Grateful Dead 12/5/79 Uptown Theater, Chicago
HE'S GONE->
JAM->
THE OTHER ONE
52:32 :54 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 393
Do not broadcast before April 1, 1996



Part 1 28:58
:00 :40 Introduction
:40 27:40 Grateful Dead+Jefferson Airplane 9/7/69 Family Dog, SF
PEGGY SUE
THAT'LL BE THE DAY
JOHNNY B. GOODE
BABY WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO?
PIPELINE/BIG RAILROAD BLUES
LOUIE LOUIE->BLUE MOON
28:20 :38 ID

Part 2 22:06
29:28 :04 Introduction
29:32 21:04 Grateful Dead 11/10/85 Meadowlands Arena, E Rutherford NJ
TOUCH OF GREY->
HELL IN A BUCKET->
SUGAREE
50:36 :58 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 394
Do not broadcast before April 8, 1996


Part 1 31:41
:00 1:03 Introduction
1:03 30:30 Grateful Dead 11/10/85 Meadowlands Arena, E Rutherford NJ
CASSIDY
STAGGER LEE
IT'S ALL OVER NOW;
ROW JIMMY
31:33 :08 ID

Part 2 21:23
32:11 :06 Introduction
32:17 7:37 Grateful Dead 11/10/85 Meadowlands Arena, E Rutherford NJ
FEEL LIKE A STRANGER
39:54 12:44 MISSISSIPPI HALFSTEP->
I KNOW YOU RIDER
52:38 :56 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 395
Do not broadcast before April 15, 1996

Part 1 22:58
:00 1:23 Introduction
1:23 21:28 Grateful Dead 11/10/85 Meadowlands, East Rutherford NJ
PLAYING IN THE BAND->
UNCLE JOHN'S BAND->
SUPPLICATION JAM
22:51 :07 ID

Part 2 30:53
23:28 :05 Introduction
23:33 29:23 Grateful Dead 11/10/85 Meadowlands, East Rutherford NJ
JAM->
TRUCKIN'->
COMES A TIME->
AROUND AND AROUND->
GOOD LOVIN'
52:56 1:25 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 396
Do not broadcast before April 22, 1996




Part 1 15:00
:00 1:10 Introduction
1:10 13:33 Grateful Dead 6/16/93 Freedom Hall, Louisville KY
SAINT OF CIRCUMSTANCE
LAZY RIVER ROAD
14:43 :17 ID

Part 2 39:33
15:30 :06 Introduction
15:36 38:11 Grateful Dead 6/16/93 Freedom Hall, Louisville KY
DRUMS->
JAM->
I NEED A MIRACLE->
STELLA BLUE
53:47 1:16 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 397
Do not broadcast before April 29, 1996



Part 1 25:54
:00 :54 Introduction
:54 24:45 Grateful Dead 2/11/89 Forum, Inglewood CA
STANDING ON THE MOON
ESTIMATED PROPHET->
I WILL TAKE YOU HOME
25:39 :15 ID

Part 2 27:19
26:24 :05 Introduction
26:29 26:09 Grateful Dead 2/11/89 Forum, Inglewood CA
PERCUSSION->
JAM->
EYES OF THE WORLD
52:38 1:05 Outro


"Percussion" includes guest artists Airto Moreira, Flora Purim and their
daughter Diana. Lots of fun vocal fireworks!

Grateful Dead Hour no. 398
Do not broadcast before May 6, 1996



Part 1 18:33
:00 :44 Introduction
:44 7:16 Grateful Dead 6/7/77 Winterland, San Francisco
CANDYMAN
8:00 6:27 Freddie McGregor, from Fire on the Mountain: Reggae
Salutes the Grateful Dead (Pow Wow PWD 7462, 1996)
EYES OF THE WORLD
14:27 3:40 Grateful Dead, Shakedown Street
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
18:07 :26 ID

Part 2 33:39
19:03 :06 Introduction
19:09 32:30 Grateful Dead 6/7/77 Winterland, San Francisco
TERRAPIN->
MORNING DEW
AROUND AND AROUND
51:39 1:03 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 399
Do not broadcast before May 13, 1996


Part 1 44:03
:00 1:03 Introduction
1:03 42:29 Grateful Dead 10/9/89 Coliseum, Hampton VA
JAM->
DEATH DON'T HAVE NO MERCY->
DEAR MR. FANTASY/HEY JUDE->
THROWING STONES->
GOOD LOVIN'
43:32 :31 ID

Part 2 10:21
44:33 :07 Introduction
44:40 9:10 Grateful Dead, Hundred Year Hall
PLAYING IN THE BAND
53:50 1:04 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 400
Do not broadcast before May 20, 1996




Part 1 25:23
:00 :58 Introduction
:58 2:08 Interview: Mickey Hart Part 1
3:06 4:03 Mickey Hart, Mystery Box (Ryko RCD 10338, 1996)
SANGRE DE CRISTO
7:09 7:25 Interview: Mickey Hart Part 2
14:34 5:50 Mickey Hart, Mystery Box
DOWN THE ROAD
20:24 4:40 Interview: Mickey Hart Part 3
25:04 :19 ID

Part 2 26:57
25:53 :09 Introduction
26:02 2:27 Interview: Mickey Hart Part 4
28:29 6:21 Mickey Hart, Mystery Box
ONLY THE STRANGE REMAIN
34:50 8:49 Interview: Mickey Hart Part 5
43:39 :41 Mickey Hart, Mystery Box
SANDMAN (excerpt)
44:20 1:27 Interview: Mickey Hart Part 6
45:47 5:55 Mickey Hart, Mystery Box
THE LAST SONG
51:42 1:08 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 401
Do not broadcast before May 27, 1996




Part 1 37:32
:00 :28 Introduction
:28 35:20 Bruce Hornsby 4/12/96 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco
w/ Bob Weir and Phil Lesh
JACK STRAW
TRUCKIN'->
LOVELIGHT->
NOT FADE AWAY
THE WEIGHT
35:48 1:40 Interview: Bob Weir
37:28 :04 ID

Part 2 15:57
38:02 :12 Introduction
38:14 6:00 Interview: Bob Weir
44:14 8:43 David Murray Octet, Dark Star (The Music of
the Grateful Dead) Astor Place TCD-4002, 1996
DARK STAR (excerpt)
52:57 1:02 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 402
Do not broadcast before June 3, 1996



Part 1 24:33
:00 :33 Introduction

:33 23:38 GD 5/15/70 (early show, acoustic set) Fillmore East
DON'T EASE ME IN
I KNOW YOU RIDER
THE RUB
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
24:11 :22 ID

Part 2 26:35
25:03 :20 Introduction
25:23 25:30 GD 5/15/70 (early show, acoustic set) Fillmore East
LONG BLACK LIMOUSINE
CANDYMAN
CUMBERLAND BLUES
NEW SPEEDWAY BOOGIE
COLD JORDAN
50:53 :45 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 403
Do not broadcast before June 10, 1996



Part 1 29:48
:00 :31 Introduction
:31 29:10 Grateful Dead 6/16/85 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA
SCARLET BEGONIAS->
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN->
SAMSON AND DELILAH
29:41 :07 ID

29:48 :30 Music bed
29:48 :30 Pause

Part 2 23:52
30:18 :02 Introduction
30:20 11:15 Grateful Dead 6/16/85 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA
THAT'S IT FOR THE OTHER ONE
41:35 11:53 LITHUMANIA press conference
53:28 :42 Outro




Press Conference -- Dead/Lithuanian Olympic Basketball T-Shirt
Hard Rock Cafe, San Francisco
5/21/96
------------------------------------

Participants:

Sarunas Marciulionis -- Lithuanian National and Sacramento Kings star
Don Nelson -- Phoenix Suns assistant coach
Bob Weir -- former Grateful Dead guitarist
Mickey Hart -- former Grateful Dead drummer
Bill Walton -- former NBA star and noted Deadhead
Chris Mullin -- Golden State Warriors star
Dennis McNally -- Grateful Dead spokesperson


Dennis McNally: My name is Dennis McNally. I work for the Grateful Dead,
and, uh, welcome. I want to introduce everybody here and give you a
30-second exposition as to why you're here. The short of it, quite simply,
is that the Grateful Dead and Lithuania once again, as we did in 1992, are
joining forces to sell a t-shirt, a couple of different -- many different
designs, and lots of t-shirts, that will support the Rex Foundation, which
is a Northern California charitable fund associated with the Grateful Dead,
various schools in Lithuania, and the Lithuanian Olympic basketball team.
And it's a neat story, and it's written there and I won't repeat it, but
just suffice it to say that the connection of the Grateful Dead and
Lithuania, and the NBA, in general, is funny and odd and very sweet. And
the result, in 1992, was over a quarter of a million dollars for charity.
Because we're gonna be a little more organized this time, we're gonna do a
*lot* better this year, and, you know, that's the point of it all. So,
introductions. On our far right, NBC commentator and former all-world
basketball player, Bill Walton. Also, all-world Deadhead and generally part
of the families of both the Grateful Dead and the Lithuanian Olympic team.
Friends of the NBA.

Bill Walton: And someone who's very proud to be at a press conference in
tennis shoes and a tie-dyed t-shirt once again.



McNally: Still. Nothing changes. On our right, Mickey Hart --

Mickey Hart: Noted Walton-head.



McNally: Noted Walton-head, percussionist for the Grateful Dead, and I
actually am gonna slip in an extra announcement today, because Mickey's too
shy to do it himself, but we're also -- the ACOG, the Atlanta Committee for
the Olympic Games, is announcing today the fact that Mickey Hart, along
with Philip Glass and Zakir Hussain, has composed the music for the opening
ceremonies of the Games that'll take place in Atlanta. So, the Grateful
Dead have *two* connections now to the Olympics.

Walton: Yeah, Mick.



McNally: And you're also gonna hear a little more of Mickey's music in a
little while, which -- but we'll get to that. Right here, Sarunas
Marciulionis, whom we met in '92 as a [Golden State] Warrior and is now
with the Sacramento Kings, and the heart and soul of the Lithuanian Olympic
basketball team.



McNally: Bob Weir, rhythm guitarist of the Grateful Dead, and, uh, the
heart and soul of the Grateful Dead.



McNally: From the Warriors, and along just because he's a member of the Bay
Area good vibes and close friend of Rooney's, Chris Mullin.



McNally: And the assistant coach of the Phoenix Suns -- now are you coach,
or assistant coach, or coordinating coach --

Donn Nelson: Assistant coach.

McNally: -- of the Lithuanian Olympic basketball team, Mr. Donnie Nelson.



McNally: So, Donnie, why don't you kick it off.

Nelson: Okay. Do I stay here?

McNally: Um, could we make a space here, while you scootch forward? You
guys are gonna lose it all.

Nelson: Musical chairs.

McNally: Yeah.

Nelson: We felt real strongly to have this here, 'cause this is basically
the birthplace of Lithu-mania. I mean, this is where it all happened. This
is where the Grateful Dead bestowed upon us the tie-dyed jerseys that later
on became famous at the '92 Olympics. This is where they showed their
generosity to us as a team, and as a young, independent country that just
received its freedom. The marriage really was magical from the get-go. They
stood for independence, freedoms and celebration, and that's exactly what
Lithuania was going through at the time. When they entered in the Olympics
in '92, they showed the expression of that to the world, and they tried to
use that after being under Soviet occupation for years and years. They
tried to use that Olympic experience to catapult herself back within the
European community. And with the Grateful Dead, they did that extremely
successfully. Now that brings us up to '92. Briefly, in 1992, we ended up
wearing the tie-dye t-shirts on the medal stand, in a way of saying thank
you to the Grateful Dead, because really, nobody knew anything about
Lithuania. It's a tiny little runaway republic that was under Soviet
occupation for years and years. It's about the size of Switzerland, with a
population of under four million. And the Grateful Dead looked at us with
kind eyes in '92. Like I said, they sent us a check that helped us get to
the Olympics, and without their help we never would have made it. So on the
medal stand, when we stood next to Chris Mullin and the Dream Team, the
original Dream Team, we wore Grateful Dead tie-dye t-shirts, in a way of
saying thank you to them for believing in us when we were nobodies. And
that experience was magical. After that event, we ended up coming back to
the Bay Area, marketing the t-shirts, and as Dennis said, the t-shirts
absolutely took off, exploded. This time around -- and all of those monies
were sent back to Lithuania, to the Lithuanian Children's Fund, which is
basically a children's miracle network. The Olympics were over, we had no
need for money, so those funds went to the children's miracle network,
which is the Lithuanian Children's Fund. This time around -- again, the
country's in a state of depression, the banks shut down not six months ago.
It's a lot like it was here in the United States in the '30s. That's what
we're experiencing right now. So we need all the help we can get. And
that's again what the Grateful Dead is stepping forward here today in this
press conference, and we're trying to market these t-shirts, and as a
result, it'll fund our way to the Atlanta Olympics. There's also some --
we're going to go through a brief jersey-raising ceremony. I don't know if
we want to do that now, Dennis.

McNally: What I had in mind -- why don't we go through everybody's speaking
piece --

Nelson: Okay, okay.

Sarunas Marciulionis: Ladies and gentlemen, today is a great opportunity
for me to thank Grateful Dead, American basketball fans, and the media for
helping to accomplish our dreams and goals. And I sincerely appreciate
financial, moral, spiritual support, and thanks for having faith in our
team and our country, and God bless you, and see you in Atlanta.



Bob Weir: I'm next, I guess? Well, I guess it was about four years ago when
we were sitting at a Rex Foundation board meeting. And what the Rex
Foundation board does is, we sift through all the numerous applications for
grants, things like that, and try to select the ones where we can do the
most good, the ones that we know for sure are gonna fall through the
cracks, with other foundations, institutions that hand out assistance. And
we try to select the ones that -- okay, these guys are obviously very
worthy of some support here, and we *know* that no one else is gonna cover
them. And the Lithuanian basketball team came to us. The Lithuanian
basketball team, these aren't homeless people, this isn't a soup kitchen,
but at the same time, here's something that can do a lotta good for a lotta
people. That whole country of Lithuania can have a spirit of national
identity, and these people can go to the Olympics. And it seemed pretty
irresistible to us to go ahead and fund it, plus it was our friend Donnie
who brought it to us. And you know, friendship means a lot to us as well.
Well, then, after we went ahead and helped out with the funding of the
team, the team went to the Olympics and kicked butt. And it sort of
exploded in everybody's faces. It was wonderful. Everybody got a little of
this wonderful stuff all over them. And here were the tie-dye jerseys on
TV, and there was -- I gotta say, I was immensely proud watching these guys
doin' their thing on TV. And then after that, the excitement that all that
generated turned into jersey sales, t-shirt sales. It actually started
making money *for* the Rex Foundation, which I don't have to tell you, I
shouldn't have to tell you, it's not real often that a foundation --
whoever they are benefiting actually turns around and starts kicking back,
in spades. So it worked out real well for all of us, and I'm just hoping
that we can turn that bronze to silver, or better, this year. Thank you.

Nelson: Sounds like a deal.

Mickey Hart: Well, you know, this is a -- I was also proud to see the
underdog come up there as a David and Goliath fight. And here they were
wearing our colors, and their colors, actually. And basketball really
represents an important part of the human spirit. When people can get
together and play together and do all these -- it's a good model. It's not
unlike a band, you know, there is the group mind at work, and when people
see this work like this, coming from nowhere, taking the bronze and
fighting against the odds, it's a great story. Bill and I were speaking
earlier -- we're proud to be a part of this, because it's such a great
story. I mean, it really is, if you look at the whole thing, it's just a
wonderful -- it's a great victory. And it's the power of the group mind and
how people can work together for the good. And it's about freedom, it's
about all that good kinda stuff. So I'm very proud to be a part of it, and
Rex, like my associate points out, is an unusual instrument, able to reach
into the cracks and the crevices, and be able to do these kind of things.
Rex doesn't fund big things that can get funded other places. It looks for
the stuff that's really needy and, you know, we can do hands-on kind of
work, where boom! They turned it into some kind of victory, some kind of
wonderful story. So *they're* really the story behind it. We were just
there, at that moment, with a few dollars, and maybe a vision and a little
thought, and then they just took it the rest of the way, and then *your*
imagination took it the rest of the way. And that's what really happened.
It is a marvelous story, and it's not over. And that's the best part of
this story, because this story is yet to be written. The page has not been
turned on this. And I can't wait to see how this story turns out, this
year. And so, I'll be there, yes, I will be at the Olympics, but I will
certainly be watching this performance, I'll tell you that. Again, I'm very
proud to be part of this.



Bill Walton: This long story, this long saga started for me in the early
1970s, just after I became a Deadhead, growing up in Southern California
and started going to these giant celebrations of life that were Grateful
Dead concerts. I had the privilege of playing in international competition
against the Soviet Union long before Sarunas, long before [Arvidas] Sabonis
came along. And growing up in the luxury and privilege of the United States
basketball system, I was shocked and dismayed how, in the early '70s, after
we waxed the Soviet Union team, their players would come up to us, after
the game on the court, and ask us for our used personal equipment. Our
socks, our shoelaces. And it was so sad to see the expressions, and defeat
and gloom on their faces. And then 10 years later, when I was privileged to
see, in the early '80s, Sabonis play as a 19 year old player, a 7'3''
version of Larry Bird, with creativity and fluidity and expression, and
dreamlike aspirations and goals. And then when it all came together, in the
beauty of the '88 Olympic games when the Soviet Union, then keyed and led
by Sarunas and Sabonis, just destroyed the United States team. They came
out and they played with a vision of basketball, a dream of basketball.
They played a more appealing style of basketball than the United States
team did, and when Sabonis was just tearin' apart David Robinson, it made
me feel so proud, because I've known the struggles and the sacrifices that
these players, these people have made to get to this point. And that single
day, when the Soviet Union, with Sabonis and Marciulionis, beat the United
States, that is what forced the opening up of basketball in *this* country
to join the Olympic and the international movement. And now it's come full
circle, as we see Sarunas and Sabonis become full-fledged NBA stars. And
that is the ultimate accomplishment, the ultimate reward for their
sacrifices. Now, the sacrifices that Bob Weir and Mickey Hart and Donn
Nelson and Chris Mullin have made in their lives, in their professions to
get to where *they* are, reminds me of when I was a player, and then the
nicest thing anybody ever said about me as an individual basketball player
was that I made my teammates better. And then I learned at an early age,
from hanging out with guys like Mickey and Bob, in the family of the
Grateful Dead, that the ultimate skill of the true star of the team is to
make everybody else in the family the real stars. Now, I've learned on this
long, strange trip that we've all been on through all these years, that
this big circle of life -- the wheel of life, if you will, that represents
the Grateful Dead and the joy and the happiness, is now presenting
ourselves with an opportunity to give something back, to make other
people's lives better. Not just the lives of the players, not just
Marciulionis and Sabonis and the other players on the team, but the people
in Lithuania, the people who now have joy, who now have hope, who now have
dreams, and who now have visions. Visions spurred on, inspired, motivated,
by the sacrifice of the people here at this table, by the people who have
given *us* all the greatest lives. Because it's that interrelationship
between basketball players, basketball teams, musicians, and the fans, that
makes everything so special and I know has pushed these men to the greatest
heights that they've ever been able to achieve, but also the basketball
people as well. And I am proud and privileged to be here today to be part
of this, because this Lithuanian team, these Lithuanian people, they really
need our help, and they're most grateful for it. Thank you very much.



Chris Mullin: Well, I think with enough said -- what Billy just said, I
think, kinda sums everything up. But I'm really just here out of
friendship, and being loyal. Sarunas called me up and asked me to stop by,
and that's really all I'm here for. Although everything that's said is what
Sarunas is doing. He does so much for that country, and puts so much time,
energy, and money and his whole life into that place. I went there two
summers ago and visited him. And to get off the plane -- and you don't see
*everybody* smiling, but when they see him, they smile. And that means a
lot. And I think they know, you know, not only what he means to them, but
why he does it. He does it out of the goodness of his heart, much the way
he plays basketball and much the way he lives his life, is what he does for
those people. And we walked through the airport, we walked downtown, and if
there was a grim face, when Sarunas showed up, that changed to a smile. And
I'm gonna try and help them out as much as I can. I might, when they come
to the States, work out with them a little bit, and just be a friend.
That's about it. Thank you.



***

Grateful Dead Hour no. 404
Do not broadcast before June 17, 1996



Part 1 26:35
:00 1:03 Introduction
1:03 21:33 Grateful Dead 4/12/83 Broome County Arena, Binghamton NY
HELP ON THE WAY->
SLIPKNOT!->
FRANKLIN'S TOWER
22:36 3:28 Joe Gallant & Illuminati, The Blues for Allah Project
SAGE AND SPIRIT
26:04 :31 ID

26:35 :30 Music bed
26:35 :30 Pause

Part 2 26:32
27:05 :02 Introduction
27:07 14:12 Grateful Dead 4/12/83 Broome County Arena, Binghamton NY
LOST SAILOR->
SAINT OF CIRCUMSTANCE
41:19 11:07 TERRAPIN
52:26 1:11 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 405
Do not broadcast before June 24, 1996



Part 1 32:48
:00 :55 Introduction
:55 6:23 Grateful Dead rehearsal 1966
WHO DO YOU LOVE?
7:18 :38 Talk
7:56 24:40 Grateful Dead 12/26/79 Oakland Aud. (Dick's Picks vol. 5)
COLD RAIN AND SNOW
CC RIDER
BROWN-EYED WOMEN
NEW MINGLEWOOD BLUES
32:36 :12 ID

Part 2 20:20
33:18 :04 Introduction
33:22 19:00 Grateful Dead 12/26/79 Oakland Aud. (Dick's Picks vol. 5)
LOOKS LIKE RAIN
ALABAMA GETAWAY->
PROMISED LAND
52:22 1:16 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 406
Do not broadcast before July 1, 1996



Part 1 20:37
:00 1:07 Introduction
1:07 4:35 Ratdog (unreleased studio recording)
I NEED A MIRACLE
5:42 :36 Talk
6:18 14:08 Grateful Dead 11/20/78 Cleveland Music Hall
JAM->
JACKAROE
20:26 :11 ID

Part 2 31:23
21:07 :02 Introduction
21:09 30:09 Grateful Dead 11/20/78 Cleveland Music Hall
PLAYING IN THE BAND->
SHAKEDOWN STREET->
IF I HAD THE WORLD TO GIVE
51:18 1:12 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 407
Do not broadcast before July 8, 1996


Part 1 25:20
:00 :38 Introduction
:38 24:32 Grateful Dead 9/16/90 Madison Square Garden, NYC
HE'S GONE->
JAM
25:10 :10 ID

25:20 :30 Music bed
25:20 :30 Pause

Part 2 27:16
25:50 :20 Introduction
26:10 2:44 Woody Guthrie, from The Music Never Stopped:
Roots of the Grateful Dead
GOIN' DOWN THIS ROAD FEELIN' BAD
28:54 23:11 Grateful Dead 9/16/90 Madison Square Garden, NYC
JAM->
I NEED A MIRACLE->
MORNING DEW
52:05 1:01 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 408
Do not broadcast before July 15, 1996


Part 1 27:54
:00 :44 Introduction
:44 26:45 Grateful Dead 2/19/73 International Amphitheater, Chicago
EYES OF THE WORLD->
CHINA DOLL
27:29 :25 ID

27:54 :30 Music bed
27:54 :30 Pause

Part 2 24:49
28:24 :18 Introduction
28:42 3:42 Grateful Dead 12/26/79 Oakland Auditorium
(Dick's Picks vol. 5)
DIRE WOLF
32:24 19:31 Grateful Dead 4/28/71 Fillmore East, New York City
ST. STEPHEN->
NOT FADE AWAY->
GOIN' DOWN THE ROAD FEELIN' BAD->
NOT FADE AWAY
51:55 1:18 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 409
Do not broadcast before July 22, 1996


Part 1 25:55
:00 1:43 Introduction
1:43 5:10 Vince Welnick & Missing Man Formation (unreleased)
TRUE BLUE
6:53 6:38 Interview: VINCE WELNICK
13:31 12:02 Affordables 10/31/92 Oakland Coliseum
HERE COMES SUNSHINE->
CHILDREN OF THE FUTURE->
THE GOLDEN ROAD (To Unlimited Devotion)
25:33 :22 ID

Part 2 25:26
26:25 1:31 Introduction
27:56 22:35 Weir-Welnick-Kaiser 8/27/94 Fukuoka, Japan
BABA O'REILLY->
TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS->
ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER->
LOVELIGHT->
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
50:31 1:20 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 410
Do not broadcast before July 29, 1996


Part 1 20:04
:00 :56 Introduction
:56 18:58 Grateful Dead 6/14/92 Giants Stadium, E Rutherford NJ
CORRINA->
DRUMS
19:54 :10 ID

Part 2 32:53
20:34 :10 Introduction
20:44 31:52 Grateful Dead 6/28/74 Boston Garden
JAM->
US BLUES
52:36 :51 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 411
Do not broadcast before August 5, 1996




Part 1 26:11
:00 1:18 Introduction
1:18 24:51 JERRY GARCIA MEMORIAL
Golden Gate Park 8/13/95
26:09 :02 ID

Part 2 26:29
26:41 :12 Introduction
26:53 18:57 Grateful Dead 10/19/74 Winterland, San Francisco
EYES OF THE WORLD
45:50 6:20 Grateful Dead 8/18/89 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA
BLACK MUDDY RIVER
52:10 1:00 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 412
Do not broadcast before August 12, 1996



Part 1 33:40
:00 :45 Introduction
:45 32:40 Grateful Dead 12/31/70 Winterland, San Francisco
DIRE WOLF
THAT'S IT FOR THE OTHER ONE->
BLACK PETER
33:25 :15 ID

Part 2 18:32
34:10 :07 Introduction
34:17 6:04 Grateful Dead 12/31/70 Winterland, San Francisco
"Spotlight on the bootleggers!"
SUGAR MAGNOLIA
40:21 5:34 Mighty Diamonds, from Fire on the Mountain: Reggae
Salutes the Grateful Dead
TOUCH OF GREY
45:55 5:36 Grateful Dead 12/19/73 (Dick's Picks vol. 1)
AROUND AND AROUND
51:31 1:11 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 413
Do not broadcast before August 19, 1996




Part 1 24:47
:00 :56 Introduction
:56 23:36 Grateful Dead 3/2/87 Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium, Oakland CA
JACK STRAW
BIRD SONG
CC RIDER
24:32 :15 ID

Part 2 28:15
25:17 :02 Introduction
25:19 18:48 Grateful Dead 3/2/87 Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium, Oakland CA
BEAT IT ON DOWN THE LINE
RAMBLE ON ROSE
FEEL LIKE A STRANGER
44:07 8:26 David Murray Octet, Dark Star (The Music of the
Grateful Dead) Astor Place TCD 4002, 1996
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
52:33 :59 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 414
Do not broadcast before August 26, 1996



Part 1 32:24
:00 1:52 Introduction
1:52 2:13 KEN KESEY 10/31/91 Oakland Coliseum Arena
4:05 2:17 Interview: JERRY GARCIA
6:22 15:09 Grateful Dead 3/18/77 Winterland, San Francisco
TERRAPIN
21:31 4:14 Interview: JERRY GARCIA
25:45 6:14 Grateful Dead 5/28/76 rehearsal
ATTICS OF MY LIFE
31:59 :25 ID

Part 2 18:31
32:54 :10 Introduction
33:04 8:10 Legion of Mary 5/21/75 Keystone Berkeley
TOUGH MAMA
41:14 2:08 Interview: JERY GARCIA 4/28/81
43:22 7:02 Grateful Dead 7/26/72 Paramount Theater, Portland OR
COMES A TIME
50:24 1:01 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 415
Do not broadcast before September 2, 1996



Part 1 31:11
:00 :53 Introduction
:53 2:54 Interview: JERRY GARCIA 4/28/81
3:47 27:05 Grateful Dead 5/6/81 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale NY
HE'S GONE->
JAMS
30:52 :19 ID

Part 2 21:40
31:41 :06 Introduction
31:47 6:13 Interview: JERRY GARCIA 6/11/81
38:00 7:15 Grateful Dead 7/16/88 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA
JAM->
I WILL TAKE YOU HOME
45:15 6:45 Grateful Dead 5/4/72 Olympia Theater, Paris
TWO SOULS IN COMMUNION
52:00 1:21 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 416
Do not broadcast before September 9, 1996


Part 1 23:39
:00 :33 Introduction
:33 22:49 Grateful Dead 3/3/87 Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium, Oakland CA
THE MIGHTY QUINN
GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD
LOSER
MINGLEWOOD
23:22 :17 ID

Part 2 26:15
24:09 :09 Introduction
24:18 25:08 Grateful Dead 3/3/87 Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium, Oakland CA
TONS OF STEEL
CASSIDY
MISSISSIPPI HALFSTEP->
PROMISED LAND
49:26 :58 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 417
Do not broadcast before September 16, 1996



Part 1 30:27
:00 :55 Introduction
:55 29:22 Missing Man Formation 7/6/96 Fillmore Auditorium, SF
SAMBA IN THE RAIN
EMPEROR'S SUIT
PIPES->
ST. STEPHEN
30:17 :10 ID

Part 2 21:34
30:57 :05 Introduction
31:02 20:04 Missing Man Formation 7/6/96 Fillmore Auditorium, SF
GOLDEN DAYS->
STELLA BLUE
BAND INTROS;
THE GOLDEN ROAD
51:06 1:25 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 418
Do not broadcast before September 23, 1996



Part 1 43:04
Introduction
Grateful Dead 3/17/88 Henry J Kaiser Conv Ctr, Oakland CA
CHINA CAT SUNFLOWER->
I KNOW YOU RIDER;
ESTIMATED PROPHET->
EYES OF THE WORLD->
PERCUSSION with HAMZA EL-DIN
ID

Part 2 7:58
Introduction
Joe Gallant & Illuminati, The Blues for Allah Project
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 419
Do not broadcast before September 30, 1996



Part 1 22:39
:00 1:25 Introduction
1:25 20:53 Grateful Dead 12/31/87 Oakland Coliseum Arena
(Ticket to New Year's soundtrack)
BERTHA
LITTLE RED ROOSTER
WHEN PUSH COMES TO SHOVE
22:18 :21 ID

Part 2 31:28
23:09 :03 Introduction
23:12 30:18 Grateful Dead 12/31/87 Oakland Coliseum Arena
(Ticket to New Year's soundtrack)
HELL IN A BUCKET;
UNCLE JOHN'S BAND->
TERRAPIN
53:30 1:07 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 420
Do not broadcast before October 7, 1996



Part 1 33:10
:00 :40 Introduction
:40 32:15 Grateful Dead 9/2/68 Sky River Festival, Sultan WA
DARK STAR->
ST. STEPHEN->
THE ELEVEN
32:55 :15 ID

Part 2 20:25
33:40 :02 Introduction
33:42 11:20 Grateful Dead 9/2/68 Sky River Festival, Sultan WA
THAT'S IT FOR THE OTHER ONE
45:02 4:24 Jerry Garcia & David Grisman, Not for Kids Only
TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC
49:26 3:35 Jerry Garcia & David Grisman, from DGQ20
DAWGNATION
53:01 1:04 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 421
Do not broadcast before October 14, 1996



Part 1 25:20
:00 1:03 Introduction
1:03 7:18 David Nelson Band, Keeper of the Key
THE WHEEL
8:21 :56 Talk
9:17 :55 Interview: David Nelson
10:12 4:48 Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band 1987 (unreleased)
RAGGED BUT RIGHT
15:00 :28 Interview: David Nelson
15:28 9:02 Black Mountain Boys 3/6/64
BAREFOOT NELLIE
MORE TO BE PITIED
JERRY'S BREAKDOWN
24:30 :34 Interview: David Nelson
25:04 :16 ID

Part 2 27:10
25:50 :11 Introduction
26:01 4:50 David Nelson Band, Limited Edition
BORN SIDESTEPPER
30:51 1:48 Interview: David Nelson
32:39 3:05 Jerry Garcia 11/62 College of San Mateo
LITTLE BIRDIE
35:44 1:04 Interview: David Nelson
36:48 3:15 High Country w/ Jerry Garcia 2/69 Matrix, SF
SOLDIER'S JOY
40:03 3:07 Interview: David Nelson
43:10 2:12 Grateful Dead (unreleased studio recording 1969)
BARBED WIRE WHIPPING PARTY
45:22 1:01 Interview: David Nelson
46:23 5:17 Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band 1987 (unreleased)
TURTLE DOVE
51:40 1:20 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 422
Do not broadcast before October 21, 1996



Part 1 26:30
:00 :30 Introduction
:30 25:15 Grateful Dead 9/28/75 Golden Gate Park, SF
HELP ON THE WAY->
SLIPKNOT!
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
THEY LOVE EACH OTHER
25:45 :45 ID

Part 2 28:28
27:00 :06 Introduction
27:06 22:50 Grateful Dead 9/28/75 Golden Gate Park, SF
BEAT IT ON DOWN THE LINE
FRANKLIN'S TOWER
BIG RIVER
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
49:56 4:27 Henry Kaiser, Eternity Blue
BROKEDOWN PALACE
54:23 1:05 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 423
Do not broadcast before October 28, 1996



Part 1 18:50
:00 :43 Introduction
:43 6:23 Grateful Dead 6/10/76 Boston Music Hall
SAMSON AND DELILAH
7:06 11:00 LET IT GROW
18:06 :44 ID

Part 2 32:09
19:20 :05 Introduction
19:25 30:59 Grateful Dead 6/10/76 Boston Music Hall
PLAYING IN THE BAND->
DANCING IN THE STREETS->
US BLUES
50:24 1:05 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 424
Do not broadcast before November 4, 1996



Part 1 30:23
:00 :53 Introduction
:53 17:37 INTERVIEW: PHIL LESH and JOHN CUTLER
18:30 11:24 Grateful Dead, Dozin' at the Knick (Albany NY 3/26/90)
BLOW AWAY
29:54 :29 ID

Part 2 23:11
30:53 :03 ID by Ken Nordine
30:56 22:07 Grateful Dead, Dozin' at the Knick (Albany NY 3/24/90)
SPACE->
THE WHEEL->
ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER->
STELLA BLUE
53:03 1:01 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 425
Do not broadcast before November 11, 1996



Part 1 36:59
:00 1:00 Introduction
1:00 35:44 Grateful Dead 9/14/82 U of Virginia, Charlottesville
JAM->
IKO IKO->
TRUCKIN'->
BLACK PETER->
I NEED A MIRACLE->
BERTHA
36:44 :15 ID

Part 2 16:44
37:29 :02 Introduction
37:31 4:08 Lyle Lovett, from Deadicated
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
41:39 11:25 Grateful Dead 9/14/82 U of Virginia, Charlottesville
HIGH TIME
JOHNNY B. GOODE
53:04 1:09 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 426
Do not broadcast before November 18, 1996




Part 1 25:14
:00 1:44 Introduction
1:44 23:16 Grateful Dead 4/1/88 Brendan Byrne Arena, E. Rutherford NJ
MISSISSIPPI HALFSTEP->
JACK STRAW->
TO LAY ME DOWN
25:00 :14 ID

Part 2 26:55
25:44 :13 Introduction
25:57 6:36 Grateful Dead, The Arista Years
WEST LA FADEAWAY
32:33 19:14 Grateful Dead 4/1/88 Brendan Byrne Arena, E. Rutherford NJ
BALLAD OF A THIN MAN
CUMBERLAND BLUES
DEAL
51:47 :52 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 427
Do not broadcast before November 25, 1996




Part 1 33:03
:00 :56 Introduction
:56 31:37 Grateful Dead 4/8/72 Empire Pool, Wembley, England
DARK STAR
32:33 :30 ID

Part 2 21:28
33:33 1:10 Introduction
34:43 15:35 Interview: ROBERT GREENFIELD
50:18 3:28 Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Shady Grove
STEALIN'
53:46 1:15 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 428
Do not broadcast before December 2, 1996




Part 1 32:52
:00 1:00 Introduction
1:00 26:40 Grateful Dead 4/8/72 Empire Pool, Wembley, England
SUGAR MAGNOLIA->
CAUTION (Do Not Stop on Tracks)
27:40 4:52 ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
32:32 :20 ID

Part 2 22:27
33:22 :14 Introduction
33:36 10:43 Grateful Dead, Dozin' at the knick
ROW JIMMY
44:19 4:15 Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Shady Grove
SHADY GROVE
48:34 5:34 Second Sight
SIN CITY CIRCUMSTANCE
54:08 1:41 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 429
Do not broadcast before December 9, 1996



Part 1 31:28
In cue:
:00 1:15 Introduction
1:15 29:55 Grateful Dead, Dick's Picks vol. 6 (10/14/83 Hartford)
SCARLET BEGONIAS->
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
31:10 :18 ID

Part 2 20:36
31:58 :14 Introduction
32:12 7:37 Ethel Merman Memorial Choir 9/20/96 Union Square, San Fran
THE SENSATIONAL SOUNDS OF SAN FRANCISCO
39:49 2:39 House Jacks 9/20/96 Union Square, San Francisco
UNCLE JOHN'S BAND
42:28 8:37 Grateful Dead, Dick's Picks vol. 6 (10/14/83 Hartford)
THEY LOVE EACH OTHER
51:05 1:29 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 430
Do not broadcast before December 16, 1996



Part 1 28:42
:00 :31 Introduction
:31 27:53 Grateful Dead 6/25/94 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas
LITTLE RED ROOSTER
LAZY RIVER ROAD
WHEN I PAINT MY MASTERPIECE
LOOSE LUCY
28:24 :18 ID

Part 2 21:50
29:12 :02 Introduction
29:14 13:20 Grateful Dead 6/25/94 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas
CASSIDY
IF THE SHOE FITS
42:34 :19 Talk
42:53 1:27 Interview: Mickey Hart
44:20 5:55 Mickey Hart's Mystery Box
LOOK AWAY
50:15 :47 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 431
Do not broadcast before December 23, 1996



Part 1 27:10
:00 :51 Introduction
:51 26:04 Grateful Dead 6/25/94 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas
EASY ANSWERS->
UNCLE JOHN'S BAND->
CORRINA
26:55 :15 ID

Part 2 24:24
27:40 :12 Introduction
27:52 2:08 Merle Haggard, from The Music Never Stopped: Roots
of the Grateful Dead
MAMA TRIED
30:00 21:00 Grateful Dead 6/25/94 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas
STELLA BLUE->
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT
LIBERTY
51:00 1:04 Outro

Grateful Dead Hour no. 432
Do not broadcast before December 30, 1996



Part 1 27:32
:00 :40 Introduction
:40 26:28 Grateful Dead 5/25/74 UCSB Stadium, Santa Barbara CA
MEXICALI BLUES
DEAL
JACK STRAW
SCARLET BEGONIAS
ME AND MY UNCLE
SUGAREE
27:08 :24 ID

Part 2 25:26
28:02 :09 Introduction
28:11 2:44 Grateful Dead, Reckoning
MONKEY AND THE ENGINEER
30:55 21:46 Grateful Dead 5/25/74 UCSB Stadium, Santa Barbara CA
EL PASO
CHINA CAT SUNFLOWER->
I KNOW YOU RIDER
AROUND AND AROUND
52:41 :47 Outro