Grateful Dead Interviews
intro, "History of the Dead"
"drugs in music"
where you live?
life at home
good jerry story , ...
"a people's band"
jerry - good audience
drugs , deep thoughts
evaluation of interview
what is happening?
irresponsiblity of media, jerry's projects
free speech , dog joke
Pre-taped in studio, broadcast Sept 26, 1970. WMCA AM in NY.
This is the radio broadcast of the set-break between the Dead's and Airplane's sets. The show was a quadraphonic broadcast (two radio stations and KQED-TV), and an unknown taper captured the intermission after the Dead's show in this recording.
In the KSAN broadcast, KSAN DJ Dusty Street wanders around interviewing various people backstage at Winterland about the show, including Marmaduke and Pigpen. There's some talk about the recording and broadcasting, and the experience at Winterland. Dusty finds out midway that Janis Joplin has just died.
Unknown Radio Station
Radio Apology for cancelled December 18, 1970 show
Mickey and Jerry make a public apology for having to cancel the December 18, 1970 show that was to take place in Port Chester.
This however is no ordinary "I'm sorry" statement :-)
Comments from Deadlists.com:
There were three shows booked & advertised for the Capitol Theater on December 18, 19 & 20 but they were cancelled and rescheduled for February 71. There is tape in circulation of a radio ad announcing and apologizing for the cancellation ("The Port Chester Apology").