Jerry Garcia Family :: Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard (November 15)

Freeform transmissions from Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard. Our four-hour broadcast airs every third Sunday of the month on Dublab, featuring regular shows, AD friends, and collaborators. Tune in November 15, from 4-8 PM Pacific on Dublab, for this month’s broadcast, featuring a special program, One Kind Favor: Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders, to celebrate the December 4 release of GarciaLive Volume 15.

The new album documents a complete concert from May 21, 1971 at the Keystone Korner in San Francisco, where Garcia and Saunders and drummer Bill Vitt and and special guest Martin Fierro on saxophone. Surf on over to Garcia Family Provisions to get your copy as we share an hour of mostly unheard music, selected by Marc Allan and Kevin Monty on behalf of the Jerry Garcia Family and Round Records, drawn from the new live set and the Garcia Family vault.

Our collaboration with Dublab airs every third Sunday of the month. Don’t miss us this Sunday. In hour one: Topical Malady with Alex Spoto. An unfettered hour of cross-genre sounds, hope serenades, and battle hams to rouse the ear out of our presentist dirt pile and info a future transformed by beauty, mystery, and intrigue. In hour two, Jason P. Woodbury’s Range and Basin, an exploration of dreams in the desert. In hour three, a blustery rainy day edition of Tyler Wilcox’s Doom and Gloom from the Tomb. And then Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders: One Kind Favor. This month’s broadcast engineered by Michael Krassner at the 7-Track Shack. Don’t miss it.  

Topical Malady with Alex Spoto: Rosalía, “Me Quedo Contigo” ++ New Birth, “What’ll I Do” ++Nightmom, “Siento Que Me Voy” ++ Cartola, “Preciso Me Encontrar” ++ Wendy Rene, “What Will Tomorrow Bring”  ++ Canary Fontenot, “Bonsoir Moreau” ++ Lucky Doug, “Hangin’ On” ++ Flora MacNeil, “Gur Muladach Sgith Mi” ++ Rusty Kershaw, “The Circle Song” ++ Southern Gospel Singers (Little Axe), “Anyhow” ++Akiko Yano, “クマ” ++ Roy Buchanan, “Backyard Jam” ++  Todd Rundgren, “Soothe”  ++Kate & Anna McGarrigle, “Come a Long Way” ++ Rabbi Abulafia, “Misirlou” ++ Cannonball Adderley, “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” ++ Belton Richard, “What Am I Living For” ++ Leyla McCalla, “Mèsi Bondye” ++  – Francis Bebey, “Idiba” ++ Dougie Poole, “Port Authority Hymn”

Range and Basin with Jason P. Woodbury: Jeff Phelps, “Excerpts From Autumn” ++ Galdre Visions, “Living Space Station,” Rob Mazurek and Exploding Star Orchestra, “A Wrinkle In Time Sets Concentric Circles Reeling” ++ Steve Barnes on Hour 25, 1981 ++ Ornette Coleman, “Science Fiction” ++ Boxhead Ensemble, “The Evening Hour (OST)” ++ Gil Scott-Heron, “Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams)” ++ Susan Alcorn Quintet, “Pedernal” ++ The Mountain Goats, “Bell Swamp Connection” ++ Boxhead Ensemble, “Serenade to Music” ++ Winston C.W., “Business” ++ Blue Öyster Cult, “E.T.I. (Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence)” ++ Boxhead Ensemble, “The Evening Hour (OST)” ++ David Lynch, “The Line It Curves”

Doom and Gloom from the Tomb with Tyler Wilcox: Norman Blake, “Last Train From Poor Valley” ++ The Flatlanders, “Dallas” ++ Jerry Jeff Walker, “Janet Says” ++ Mickey Newbury, “She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye” ++ Gordon Lightfoot, “Beautiful” ++ Tom Rush, “No Regrets” ++ David Blue, “Sister Rose” ++ Kris Kristofferson, “Broken Freedom Song” ++ Paul Siebel, “My Town” ++ John Prine, “Rocky Mountain Time” ++ Townes Van Zandt, “Tower Song” ++ Loudon Wainwright III, “Over The Hill” ++ Gene Clark, “The True One” ++ Michael Hurley, “In The Garden” ++ Norman Blake, “Fields of November”

Garcia Family Presents—One Kind Favor: Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders, “The Wall Song” ++ Garcia/Saunders (with Bill Kreutzmann on drums), “Expressway (February 6, 1972) ++ Garcia/Saunders (with Paul Butterfield), “Save Mother Earth ++ Garcia/Saunders, “I Was Made to Love Her” (January 19th, 1972) ++ Garcia Saunders, “I Was Made To Love Her (from Garcia Live Vol. 15: May 21, 1971 Keystone Korner) ++ Reconstruction, “Fast Tone” (Reconstruction: July 8, 1979) ++ Legion of Mary, “Roadrunner” (Garcia Live Volume Three: December 14-15, 1974)

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