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Grateful Dead June 11, 1976

Boston Music Hall Boston, MA | Listen on archive

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6
Scarlet Begonias
Nice standalone fun jam in the middle!
11
St. Stephen
Slow and passionate off the bat and the jam is simply devine!!
7
Dancin' in the Streets
You know in the first drum beats you are in for a serious treat. Cannot beat 76' Dancin' versions :)
6
Sugar Magnolia
Fun version with a sick Eyes->Stella sandwiched in. Hot stuff
13
Eyes Of The World
Another great version from '76.
4
Cassidy
funkingroovin
6
Sugaree
Sweet and sultry. Perfect all the way throughout. A sublime crescendo that sneaks up and blows me away. I'm left with the chills.
4
Candyman
jerry goes for a swim. Far out
4
Stella Blue
Try it, you'll like it. Slow, delicate, and nuanced, A+ HiDef Betty-board. You can hear a pin drop.
5
Looks Like Rain
Wonderful Bobby and Donna Vocals with a nice guitar throughout by Jerry. Beautiful and heartfelt.
2
Lazy Lightnin' -> Supplication
I want a double dose
2
Might As Well
New C.Miller cleanup (10/17) brings in the love. Brilliant show opener with everything '76 has to offer: Hot mellow, lyricisms, and DJG at her best.
2
It Must Have Been The Roses
If you've passed by this show, you're missing out a sweetheart of a Roses here. Check out the new C.Miller clean pane of glass in the window.
1
Brown Eyed Women
Beautifully cleaned up version up now showcases the tight ensemble playing here. Bobby's tone is crystal clear and his fills are a treat to hear.
1
The Music Never Stopped
Baffling that this isn't here yet. Perfect tight ensemble playing, exhuberence and one idea flowing into another. Great recent C.Miller cleanup too.
2
Samson and Delilah
Ballsy strut. Donna and Bobby are perfectly in sync, the mix is great, and Jerry's on fire. Check out the Miller cleanup.
1
Johnny B. Goode
MORE COWBELL! (And some very tight, blistering rock, sweet ensemble vocals, and good times for everyone after a great great show.)
2
Tennessee Jed
If you know this smooth customer of a show, you know how drynamic [yes, I typed that] and user friendly this TJ is. An always welcome visitor.