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But did you know about his work with the Smithsonian Institution, specifically with their Smithsonian Folkways music label?
Well earlier this week, the Smithsonian released the Mickey Hart Collection featuring 25 albums drawn from ‘The World,’ a series Hart curated that incorporated his solo projects, other artists’ productions, and re-releases of out-of-print titles. Six of the twenty-five albums form the “Endangered Music Project,” a collaboration between Mickey Hart and the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, which presents recordings from musical traditions at risk.
And on this week's installment of Grateful Dead & Friends, Mickey joined us live to talk about the Collection, his new band, tour and forthcoming album.
- Title: Former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart on his new Smithsonian Collection of the world's music
- Date: 2011-10-15
- Year: 2011
- Producer: Andrew Geller
- Length: 13:41 minutes (12.53 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Recorded late May 2011 at KBOO Studios by Andrew Geller. We touch on current events, near-future plans including the grand opening in 2012, some really cool recent contributions and much more.
Playing in the Band (14), Chinatown Shuffle (14), *He's Gone (17), ^Looks Like Rain (14), China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider (17), Mr. Charlie (14), Ramble on Rose (17), Dark Star > Sugar Magnolia > Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks) (17)
* first live performance ^ Jerry Garcia on pedal steel guitar
|Garcia, Richard Greene||4/26/74||Marin county bluegrass Fest.||Katy Hill|
|The Guess Who||5/22/72||Seattle Wa||New Mother Nature|
|GD||2/11/70||Fillmore East||Not Fade Away|
|ABB||4/4/70||Ludlow Garage||Liz Reed|
|GD||4/28/71||Fillmore East||Hard To Handle|
|JA||9/30/66||Fillmore Aud.||The Other Side Of This Life|
|SKB||6/4/05||Baltimore MD.||Coles Law|
|GD||3/18/67||Winterland||Viola Lee Blues|
|Grateful Dead||I Need A Miracle>||3/26/90|
|Dear Mr Fantasy>|
|Gimme Some Lovin'|
|NRPS||Hi, Hello, How Are You?||Cactus Juice||Acadia|
|NRPS||Sunday Susie||Cactus Juice||Acadia|
|David Crosby||Cowboy Movie||If I COuld Only Remeber My Name||Atlantic|
|Grateful Dead||Moroning Dew||3/26/90|
|Jefferson Airplane||Fat Angel||Return to the Matrix 2/1/68||Sony|
|Henry Kaiser||Mason's Children||Eternity Blue||Shanachie|
|Grateful Dead||China Cat Sunflower>||Dave's Picks 5||Rhino|
|I KNow Your Rider|
|David Nelson Band||Edge of the Wire||2/5/12|
|John Sebastian||Viola Lee Blues||Chasing Gus's Ghost||Hollywood|
|Grateful Dead||Brokedown Palace||3/26/90|
Forest of Fennario Pledge Drive!
|Grateful Dead||Buffalo War Memorial, N.Y.||5-9-77||Comes a time|
|Grateful Dead||Believe it or not||So Many Roads||Rhino|
|Grateful Dead||The only time is now||Autumn Records Demo||1965|
|Grateful Dead||Caution, don't Stop on the tracks||Autumn Records Demo||1965|
|Grateful Dead||Richfield, Ohio Coliseum||June 8, 1992||SBD.|
|Feel Like A Stranger||*|
|Little Red Rooster||*|
|So Many Roads||*|
|Tom Thumb Blues||*|
|Jerry Garcia Band||Warner Theater, Washington, D.C.||3-18-78||Pure Jerry|
1. Playing in the Band > Drums > Dark Star > Morning Dew > Playing in the Band
Allman Brothers Band ~ 3.1.13 ~ Beacon Theater ~ New York City, NY (This is a video)
2. 1983(Merman I should Turn To Be) > Mountain Jam > 1983 > Mountain Jam
3. Mr. Soul > Last Straw > Cream Puff War
With scant if any acknowledgement on its actual anniversary last month, I thought I'd take the chance on this substitution show (Andrew here) to do it. Thus, all I'm playing today is the February 9, 1973 Grateful Dead show at Maples Pavilion on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, CA (full concert audio).
I consider this date to be among several dozen (no I don't have a list) of the most legendary Grateful Dead shows. Not only did they debut more songs than in any other show (and rather well!), this was attempted while also testing the first iteration of the Wall of Sound (2,3) with mixed success. They apparently scorched dozens of tweeters just moments into the opener and had audible problems all show long, some of which you'll hear.
Come see 'Festival Express' this Thursday March 14th in a benefit screening for KBOO.
* Live Debut | HTML song titles bring you to the annotated lyrics.
Promised Land, * Row Jimmy, Black Throated Wind, * Loose Lucy, * Here Come Sunshine, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Box of Rain, Truckin' > * Eyes of the World > * China Doll, * They Love Each Other, * Wave That Flag, Sugar Magnolia
|Steve Kimock Band||6/4/05||Baltimore, MD||Tongue n' Groove|
|GD||2/21/71||Capitol Theater||Good Lovin'|
|Steve Kimock Band||12/10/05||Boulder CO||It's Up To You|
|GD||7/25/72||Portland||The Other One|
|JGB||2/29/80||Hempstead, NY||Promontory Rider|
|Grateful Dead||Orpheum Theater, S.F.||07-18-76||Set 1 SBD.|
|Mississippi Half Step||*|
|Row Jimmy Row||*|
|Looks Like Rain||*|
|Music Never Stopped||*|
|Jerry Garcia Band||Warner Theater, Wash. D.C.||3-18-78 Pure Jerry||Jerry Made|
|Mission In The Rain||*|
|Simple Twist Of Fate||*|
Regarded by some to be the GREATEST Dead show ever, July 18th 1976 Orpheum Theater S.F. The version we played had been edited to eliminate extended periods of non playing between songs. The Band was clearly in no kind of hurry at these shows in their home town. They also played the 12th. the 13th, the 14th, the 16th (they took the 15th off), and the 17th. But deliver they did! Proof being this wonderful soundboard of this wonderful show. Here's set one. Enjoy! To fill out the show, we played some of the Pure Jerry Release of Warner Theater Washington, D.C. 03-18-78. This Jerry Garcia Band features Kieth and Donna, as well as Maria Muldaur.
Continuing the Jerry Covers Project (Show 2) - Funk & Soul Part 1
A full description of the whole project, today's theme and the audio from this show is here. The playlist below shows the song title, linked to all solo Jerry performances of it, the original recording artist and then the date of the Jerry performance I aired. Click them links, there's gold in there.
written by General Johnson & Jeffrey Bowen, performed by Chairmen of the Board
Jerry & Merl - 7/10/73 - Keystone, Berkeley, CA
written by William Smith and Steve Kennedy, performed by Motherlode
Jerry & Merl -7/21/74 - Keystone, Berkeley, CA
written by Richard Morris / Sylvia Moy, performed by Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
Jerry & Merl - 1/24/73 (early) - Boarding House, San Francisco, CA
written by Bert Berns, performed by Freddie Scott
Jerry & Merl - 1/17/74 - Keystone, Berkeley, CA
written by Joseph Modeleste, Arthur Neville, Leo Nocentelli and George Porter, performed by The Meters
Jerry & Merl - 11/28/74 - Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
written by Henry Crosby / Lula Mae Hardaway / Sylvia Moy / Stevie Wonder, performed by Stevie Wonder
Jerry & Merl - 1/19/72 - Lion's Share, San Anselmo, CA
1. Shakedown Street > Bertha
2. The Other One > Mason's Children > Turn on Your Lovelight
3. Estimated Prophet > Eyes of the World
4. Tu Nas Pas Aller
5. Chub Sub
6. Going Down South