Dreaming of The Cap

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Greetings, Dead Freaks!

This time around I am joined by my friend, Lorien, to talk about the great run from 50 years ago this week at The Cap in Portchester, NY. Lorien is a student of the Grateful Dead and also did the research on one unique aspect of these shows; the E.S.P. experiments. We get into all of that and spin some great tunes for  you so sit back, relax your mind, and enjoy!

Don’t sleep on the Drew Gardner album that I mentioned in the intro. You can find “S/T” on tape and digital download via Eiderdown Records on Bandcamp. https://eiderdownrecords.bandcamp.com/album/s-t

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