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Grateful Dead Oct. 29, 1971
Allen Theatre Cleveland, OH | Listen on archive
Dynamite. Kicks off nicely.
Solid and grooving with a nice pulse. Keith is still brand new, but fits in beautifully.
1Playin' In The Band
Keith on a what sounds like a Hammond B3 gives a mad funky vibe. Goes into the Main Ten theme and is pretty hardcore. Special early Keith version.
Powerful, sweet vocals and nice harmonies. Totally overlooked great 1st set on this show.
5The Other One
Masterpiece. The Jam out of drums into the first verse is inventive and exploratory, very subtle interplay. Totally overlooked. Dig it.
2Ramble On Rose
One of the early bouncy ones... NYC/ Jericho part inherits new interpretation 30yrs later
Wonderful, love this gem slides nicely into a billy k drum solo and the reprise swiftly moves into a hot deal
1Me and My Uncle
Part of an awesome TOO sammie.
A rollicking good time.
Very well sung and played.
1Brown Eyed Women
Gently, Jack Jones, won't you come to me.
1Beat it on Down The Line
Rippin' version with Keith tearing butt.
Gotta go to Tulsa.......
Bubbly, bratty storyboard version. Character & twang for miles. I'd pay to see this band. Two for a tenner? Four please.