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Grateful Dead Sept. 7, 1973
Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY | Listen on archive
The Debut of Wolf! Here him howl!
This version cooks. Jerry's solos are wonderful and Keith really shines in this take
26Eyes Of The World
Intense Truckin' -> Drums -> The Other One Jam -> Eyes Of The World -> Sugar Magnolia sandwich. Give it a whirl!
Drags at first, but Jer's soloing builds beautifully on his new Wolf. Historical if only for that but also a passionate, sweet version.
13Here Comes Sunshine
Really smooth and mellow groove 2nd set opener from a solid show after a month in the studio. Hard to see why not here yet.
8Playin' In The Band
Intense jaming and crystal clear guitar work, plus Billy's hard driving makes it a barn-burner. Gets better each listen.
3Let It Grow
First-ever performance. Mid-way they let it grow into experimental bliss. A must-have for LIG fans.
Top form from a great 2nd set then into a ballsy TOO jam (no lyrics) and then one of the best Eyes of all time.
Yeah, Sugar Mag okay... but the Sunshine Daydream is tops. Just kills me each time I hear it.
2Looks Like Rain
Rockin'!! Some great harmonies by the whole band and some awesome energy.
My favorite version. The end solo defines Garcia's signature sound to me.
1The Other One
The other one jam with a nice thunderous phil bomb enterance and some real nice full band ripping with Jerry just shoothing off notes while Billy K !