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Grateful Dead Oct. 19, 1971
Northrop Auditorium, U. of Minn. Minneapolis, MN | Listen on archive
Keith's first night playing with the boys, first time version is as good as it ever was. 6 first time versions on Keith's first night, wow!!
3Ramble On Rose
First time played on Keiths first night. Very raw and experimental but still absolutely rockin!!
This is the first one ever, and it's awesome. it's the first show with Keith, too!
1Comes A Time
1st version and Keith's 1st show. Jerry's voice is clear and full of meaning and remorse. Very beautiful.
1Playin' In The Band
Massive transitional masterpiece. 1st with Keith, and he's the missing ingredient that tips PiTB over the edge into its full glory. Great mix.
Stunning. Beautiful harmonies, strong pulse, Keith roars in like they know in advance what he brings. Show needs more love.
3The Other One
Hard charging power here in 24 minutes of explosive dark matter. It's a massive oversight that this show hasn't been more widely appreciated.
wonderful heady version of this wonderful trip through psychedelia
Keith Godchaux welcome to the fold. swirling and a standout player from the get go.
Crisp tight and solid version, jerry gives the vocals a little edge.
1Beat it on Down The Line
slightly unhinged 20 beat intro. hot wild stuff
4Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
NFA>Hits overdrive at the 2:00 mark first show with Keith this one's tasty, nice cool down to >NFA
Gets cranked up nicely - Keith's first show.
1One More Saturday Night
Really ripping version at Keith's debut show. Check out the piano rip through this!
First time played.
1Big Railroad Blues
Brass knuckled jammer with Keith jumping in hard on this kick ass bar room rocker. Bobby's and Keith's playing is money while Jer goes ripshit.
Happy with the new piano player - they just wanna be the greatest saloon band in the world.