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Grateful Dead June 22, 1973
Pacific Coliseum Vancouver, BC | Listen on archive
Soaring version. Show is wall to wall highlights
17China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider
Musician's music - great sharing - Bob's on Fire thru transition, phil's just on something the whole show!
A blistering 30 minute Truckin' jam.
19Here Comes Sunshine
Top notch version from a classic show
24Playin' In The Band
Great extended spacey jam. Check out around 05:10 - 05:40 for what sounds impossibly like a FTM tease. PHIL !
10Nobody's Fault But Mine
coming off truckin', this jam leads into an amazing Phil solo and then almost 12 minutes of the most ethereal sound .... sublime ....
A major hilight of a show chock full of 'em. Just wonderful emotion.
'73 was a special year for He's Gone. Could Keith play any sweeter than on this version? I think not.
4The Race Is On
Usually let this tune slip on by but this one is really sweet ,even Donna sings in tune !
8The Other One
Well jammed version from a great show
My old cassette had this space listed as "Smoking Craters"... that's about right!
Whole show obviously needs some love on here. Just a friendly reminder.
Whole show needs some love! Part of an all-time sequence.
Bit pitchy, prob. because the band is exhausted from what comes before it.
Laid-back, mellow, smooth. Zero gravity and heartfelt.
4Looks Like Rain
Delicate subtly from Garcia, emotive playing.
Contemplative smooth vocal section, great filling. Morphing into a perfectly paced water-fall of fingerpicking energy.
8Box of Rain
Might be my favourite studio song. They never did the song any justice live, but this version is really good.
2Feelin' Groovy Jam
Jerry for sure was feeling it during the China>Rider transition. So hot it burns.
This show deserves more love
2Brown Eyed Women
5Greatest Story Ever Told
Encore version, the band sounds exausted yet they bring the house down with this one.
fully electric w no slide.his second guitar solo you believe he peeks only realizing he isn't done hitting higher notes ever higher like an or orgasm
102% perfect. Incredibly sweet.
It's a great little tune when they play it like they did in summer '73.
Keith (and everybody) is so on point in this twangy humdinger.
Kicks off one hell of a grateful dead show. summer 73
2Beat it on Down The Line
The band is rippin and ready to play all night