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“Ripper’s Rarities”, Friday, Dec. 9th, 7-9 p.m. Eastern

9 December 2016 General


“Ripper’s Rarities”, Friday, Dec. 9th, 7-9 p.m. Eastern
Community Radio WSLR 96.5 FM, Sarasota
WBPV Bradenton LPFM 100.1

Join me, Mark Binder, Friday, Dec. 9th, 7-9 p.m. Eastern, when I sub on “Ripper’s
Rarities”, for The Ripper, Russ Yodice…

When I cover another programmer’s show, I kinda operate in several different ways:
sometimes I broadcast sets from live performances at our adjacent, 130-seat “listening
room”, Fogartyville; sometimes live sets from “today in history”; or sometimes on a whim
that strikes me…

Then again, the programmer might say, “play Grateful Dead”. I always respond that I
already have a show wherein I play the Grateful Dead, and haven’t up until. And
technically, I still haven’t, because the first hour is The Dead backing up Joan Baez and
Bob Dylan, the third half hour being Phil Lesh, Bob Weir and Warren Haynes(billed as
“The Dead Trio”), and the last half hour being David Gans(host of radio’s syndicated
“Official Grateful Dead Hour” and Sirius Radio’s “The Golden Road To Unlimited
Devotion”), sitting in with The Electricians, two of whom are Tampa residents who have
played the greater Tampa/Sarasota area for many years, along with two friends from other
parts of the country, and so get to perform together very infrequently:

Grateful Dead backing Joan Baez,“Dance For Disarmament”:
Fiesta Hall, San Mateo County Fairgrounds, San Mateo, CA
12/12/81
MAC w/ Nak 300’s>Sony TC-D5M (w/ Dolby B)>DAT>CDR
Thanks to Andy Lemieux for the disks!
1. tuning & intro
2. Me And Bobby McGee
3. Children Of The Eighties
4. Lucifer’s Eyes
5. Warriors Of The Sun
6. Bye Bye Love
7. Barbara Allen
8. You Won’t Find Me % (tape flip)
9. Where Have All The Heroes Gone
10. Oh Boy
11. Lady Di and I
12. The Boxer

Grateful Dead backing Bob Dylan:
JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
July 10, 1987
SBD > Cassette Master > CD
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller

None of this has been commercially released(as is my rule):
1. Tangled Up In Blue *
2. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight *
3. Man Of Peace *
4. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest *
5. John Brown *
6. Simple Twist Of Fate *
7. Ballad Of A Thin Man *
8. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again *
9. Chimes Of Freedom *
10. Queen Jane Approximately *
11. Gotta Serve Somebody *
12. Joey *
13. All Along The Watchtower *

Encore:
14. Touch Of Grey

* backing Bob Dylan

Dead Trio
Phil Lesh, Bobby Weir and Warren Haynes:
KFOG Playspace, San Francisco, CA
5/11/09
Proton RS-330 receiver (FM stereo) line out > Sony R-500
recording etc. by Richard Selleseth

This concert is not in the Archive:
1. Cassidy
2. Deep Elem Blues
3. tuning, DJ etc.
4. Glory Road
5. banter etc.
6. Friend Of The Devil (dedicated to Jerry)
7. banter etc.
8. Lazy River Road
9. I Know You Rider

David Gans and The Electricians:
Pastimes Pub, Sarasota, FL
March 13, 2013
DAUD
Zoom H2 recorder with on-board microphone, 10’ from stage, DFC
Recorded and edited by your humble programmer, Mark L Binder

Video from the next night, 3/14/13, circulates, showing The Electricians live at the Funky
Biscuit, Boca Raton(and the next week Pastimes Pub closed down):
The Electricians with David Gans:
1. Band intros
2. Sitting On Top Of The World
3. tuning
4. Cassidy
5. tuning
6. Big River
7. Jam > El Paso
8. tuning
9. Big Railroad Blues
10. tuning
11. Deal > Dark Star Jam > Wharf Rat > Dark Star outro

David Gans – guitar, vocals
John Zias – guitar, vocals         Jon Ezrine – guitar, vocals
Billy Sokol- bass, vocals          Dan DeGregory’ drums & vocals