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Grateful Dead April 29, 1977
The Palladium New York, NY | Listen on archive
17Help On The Way > Slipknot > Franklin's Tower
Soaring and beautiful...God save the child who rings that bell
5New Minglewood Blues
Incredible AUD experience puts you r8
Jam into GDTRFB, and Fire never catches. What does catch is killer. The post-Scarlet jam rules. Donna is spooky.
8The Music Never Stopped
Solid. A Must Listen.
very underlistened beacuse its only avalible on Download Series 1, but by far the most epic verson I've herd
Punchy little version played to an enthusiastic crowd. Whole band goes off on this.
2Samson and Delilah
Roaring start of Set II.
Sugaree > El Paso, and they nail it.
13Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
Scarlet > GDTRFB. Catches the crowd by surprise for a moment. Hot version.
2Not Fade Away
The chords and initial drum beat said "NFA," the the groove kept saying "Iko."
In the transition in from "Wheel," you can hear some of the ideas Garcia brings into his solos during the mid- and late- May "TOO"s
5Around and Around
Bobby belts it, Keith slides in perfect synchronicity. Don't miss the surprise " Johnny B. Goode" parts Garcia throws in.
2Uncle John's Band
You know what an "UJB" encore means. nice melodic leads from Jerry. Great outro material.
3They Love Each Other
Super tight. Good groove.
Bouncy/Shuffly and Inspired! God save the child who rings that bell!!!
Still youthful and svelte, each of these early Prophet jams carve into new spaces
Nice transition from the drums. Good energy and firm attitude towards the song. Crowd enjoying it very much. Nice fading at the end.