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Grateful Dead Oct. 27, 1979

Cape Cod Coliseum South Yarmouth, MA | Listen on archive

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11
He's Gone
The jam at the end is pure heaven. Sometimes referred to as a Caution Jam, but not really. The segue into a monster Other One Phil bomb is unrivaled.
3
Around and Around
This ones just explodes!
5
Easy To Love You
Brent's also at his best here, Down on the Cape.
5
Jack Straw
Beautiful Version
15
The Other One
Redick Phil bombs bring this one in. Shorter than some of the other classics but loud and intense.
8
Lost Sailor -> Saint of Circumstance
'79 was a good year for this combo This version is Tight!
5
Stagger Lee
Lots of submissions from this show. 2 well-played sets - this is my favorite Stagger Lee, not sure exactly why it just has IT.
5
Black Peter
On a night when everyone is playing well they pull off this sweet version.
24
Franklin's Tower
Great Dancin'-Franklin's opens set 2.
3
Lost Sailor
Phil's all over it
3
Big River
They keep it under control, and it rocks.
3
Me and My Uncle
laid-back version with nice contributions by Brent
5
Candyman
Vintage 79' Dead. Jerry nails each and every note.
3
Caution
Excellent Caution Jam in this He's Gone...One of the best shows of the 70'S.
5
Not Fade Away
I usually don't go for the slower ones, but the band is on fire and Garcia's got a bone in his teeth.
3
New Minglewood Blues
This whole show has that extra little magic spark. Brent definitely energized them for the fall 1979 tour
2
Drums
This is a fantastic Drums at this epic show. Sandwiched between a terrific O1 and just as good NFA.
2
Deal
Are you kidding me?? Honored to be submitting this. Enjoy