Ziggy Marley + Phish Lyrics + HeadCount + Dick’s Picks 15

A lot to share today, so we will get into it....

HeadCount on Comes A Time. We have another brand new episode of Comes A Time, this time talking with HeadCount. At this point in the election of 2020, we think it’s important to make sure everyone knows how to vote, where to vote, and how to get more information about the issues. Oteil and Mike go deep into voting, HeadCount and the election. Subscribe to Comes A Time.

Leaves Lyric Dive on Under the Scales. Tom and I got to go into depth on this great song from Sigma Oasis. We talked about how the lyrics came together from a few different poems, and about the political and environmental meanings in the song. And we talk about whether or not it feels like David Bowie. Subscribe to Under the Scales. Also, if you’re not a Reefer, you can join now and get your episodes a day early, and ad free

Ziggy Marley on Eric Krasno Plus One. Eric and Ziggy go deep, just in time for the release of Ziggy’s new album, “More Family Time,” which dropped on September 18. It’s a follow up to Ziggy’s 2009 “Family Time” record which was inspired by his daughter Judah, and the new release features tracks with Ben Harper, Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette and many more. Ziggy and Eric also discuss his philanthropic work, the struggle between conscious and commercial music, and where his name really comes from. Subscribe to Eric Krasno Plus One. 

Dick’s Picks 15 from 1977 on 36 From the Vault. Rob and Steven are back to explore this release from Englishtown, NJ on 9/3/77. One of the biggest Dead shows of all time, we dive back into 1977, hearing the band play a greatest hits type of show following their cancelled Summer Tour after Mickey’s car accident. Highlighted by tight playing and a killer setlist, it’s one of the most popular Dick’s Picks ever released. Subscribe to 36 From the Vault.

Tom and RJ on Smartest People In The Room. If you’re interested in joining us for our interview, it’s today at 2pm ET. Join and ask questions! 


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