Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Episode 102: HF Pod Plays Dead

Hello friends! This week we're doing something different: we're playing Dead. Jonathan took the lead on this experiment, and we hope you'll like it. If you do, we may do it more in the future. Let us know what you think.

The Grateful Dead has of course been a huge influence on all of us, and we wanted to share some of our thoughts and the Dead's music with our listeners. The music in this episode is a mix made by Jonathan, made up of many different snippets of versions of The Other One. Hope you enjoy.

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Introduction, Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > 
The Other One (verse1) > Space > Spanish Jam > 
Mind Left Body Jam > The Other One (v2) > Cryptical Reprise 
Total Running Time- 69:34

Details:

Introduction 
00:00 > 00:03 1968-02-14 Carousel Ballroom- San Francisco, CA

The Cryptical Envelopment >
00:03 > 00:52 1969-02-14 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
00:52 > 02:13 1970-05-01 Alfred State College (S.U.N.Y.)- Alfred, New York
02:13 > 02:18 1969-02-14 

Drums >
02:18 > 03:55 1970-05-01
03:55 > 04:30 1971-12-06 Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden- NY, NY

The Other One > 
04:30 > 04:41 [Intro*]
1969-02-14  
1974-02-23 Winterland Arena- San Francisco, CA
1971-11-07 Harding Theatre- San Francisco, CA
1985-03-28 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum- Uniondale, NY 
1979-10-27 Cape Cod Coliseum- South Yarmouth, MA
1985-06-30 Merriweather Post Pavilion- Columbia, MD
1974-02-23** 
1972-05-16 Radio Luxembourg - Luxembourg, W. Germany

04:41 > 06:14 1971-11-07 
06:14 > 07:13 1972-05-16 
07:13 > 09:43 1968-10-12 Avalon Ballroom- San Francisco, CA
09:43 > 10:07 1985-06-30 
10:07 > 10:34 1968-02-14
10:34 > 14:31 1972-05-16 
14:31 > 19:25 1974-02-23 

Space > 
19:25 > 25:11 1989-08-19 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA

Spanish Jam > Mind Jeft Body Jam >
25:11 > 27:22 1992-06-22 Star Lake Amphitheater- Burgettstown, PA
27:22 > 32:05 1974-10-17 Winterland Arena- San Francisco, CA

The Other One >
32:05 > 34:55 1974-02-23 
34:55 > 38:19 1972-05-16 
38:19 > 42:46 1972-08-22 Berkeley Community Theater- Berkeley, CA
42:46 > 47:30 1971-11-07 
47:30 > 53:50 1973-03-31 War Memorial Auditorium- Buffalo, NY
53:50 > 55:58 1985-06-30 
55:58 > 57:01 1968-02-14 

Cryptical Reprise
57:01 > 58:29 1968-10-12 
58:29 > 63:24 1970-05-01 
63:24 > 68:24 1968-10-12 
68:24 > 69:20 1970-05-01 

69:20 > 69:34 1971-11-07

-All timings are approximate

For the Other One Intro (aka the thumping bass crescendo followed by a catrostrophic (at its best!) bomb which intros most, but not all versions of The Other One) I overlayed several versions of this moment in order to give this some major oomph... One of two exceptions being the 1985-06-30 (MPP, Columbia, MD) clip which is actually from the Space which preceeded The Other One. The clip contains an simulated bomb and explosion generated via midi. See below for the other exception.

* This is the entire 1974-02-23 The Other One (approx 29minutes) 'folded' much in the style of John Oswald who created the "GreyFolded" album. Essentially, I took the entire 29 minute track, cut it in half, reversed the second half and overlayed it onto the first. Then I repeated the process until the track was reduced to the 1 second version currently in this mix.

Venue information is not repeated so as to keep things relatively tidy.
All sources are lossless and from archive.org/audio and are in compliance with the taping/trading policy of the band. This recording is not for sale.

Mixed by rowjimmy.
(2005-08-19)

Intro/Outro Music: Phil & Friends, Help On The Way, 4.17.99

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