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Grateful Dead Sept. 17, 1973
Onondaga County War Memorial Syracuse, NY | Listen on archive
Just plain beautiful. Very emotional and heart felt..
Slower tempo gives this one a special feel. Jerry sings it with great gusto and a deeper bluesier feel then others. The whole ride is great fun.
2Looks Like Rain
Who's playing the Theremin? There's definitely something odd going on here. Was Ned Lagin sitting in?
Builds and builds and builds, faster hotter faster and hotter. The crowd goes wild (stage antics?) Something special was in the wind.
2Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodeloo
Strong performance. Played with pride. The band locked in tight.
1Weather Report Suite
absolutely unreal, super mellow with perfect horns. One of the best in my opinion
2You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man
Great Donna Tune Underplayed except in 1973.
10Eyes Of The World
Love the addition of the horn section for the tour it adds an extra level of Jazz to Eyes, It sparkles with the Jazz players. Borders on free jazz at
1Let Me Sing Your Blues Away
only played 6 times all within a 13 day stretch.
1Let It Grow
this version has Martin Fierro on sax he played with Quicksilver R.I.P. and Joe Ellis trumpet he played with Santana R.I.P.
this version has both jerry pouring out his heart and horns at the end