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Grateful Dead July 12, 1970
Fillmore East New York, NY | Listen on archive
5Bring Me My Shotgun
2Wake Up Little Susie
sweet version of the rare gem
7Cocaine Habit Blues
Cocaine Blues also known as tell it to me a rare treat when perfomed in those early acoustic sets from 1970.
1Turn On Your Love Light
Absolutely marvelous contains a heady brillant St. Stephen jam, this is pure audio gold.
3Dancin' in the Streets
Another GREAT jammed to all hell 1970 version Jerry just rips this to shreds.
1It's A Man's World
PIGPEN in charge absolutely dominating the proceedings a blues psychedelic masterpiece.
beautifulrare early nugget
3Ain't It Crazy (The Rub)
A mellow acoustic version unlike any I the others more known for being uptempo and somewhat aggressive. A rare treat.
One of the midnight shows that confuse historians, but one of the sweet-harmony Candymans that just slay me. No confusion there.
So deep. The crowd interaction is brilliant, and Pig just scoops everyone right up. The AUD funkiness just adds that extra depth.
A sweet and subtle acoustic gem, with some of the NRPS boys.
Great harp solo, solid smoldering jam. Pig's voice is brilliant.
1Cold Rain and Snow
One of the under-appreciated masterpieces of the Dead canon, this one stretches out nicely. Mellow, but adventurous. Love this one.
Awesome aud check it out the "night of the living dead" intro. Gotta love a morning dew to open a set
Great opening to a terrific 1970 acoustic set.
Perfect version from a great 1970 acoustic set.
1Friend of the Devil
Beautiful acoustic version. Amazed this hasn't made the list yet.
3Attics of My Life
Oh man what a version. Slow, melodic...
2How Long Blues
You need the Sir Mick source on IA as some of the shows seem to be the night before. Muddy sound but a good version of the few times this song was pla
1The Other One
Psychedelic fury meets east coast energy with a Me & My Uncle cameo