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Grateful Dead Sept. 20, 1970

Fillmore East New York, NY | Listen on archive

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34
New Speedway Boogie
Relaxed funky opium den vibe
33
Friend of the Devil
Grisman's mandolin makes it!
5
Sugar Magnolia
A bit raw on the voca
8
Sugar Magnolia
A bit raw on the vocals, but there's some hair-raising musicianship going on here...Very joyously played. Jer goes off for a bit
16
Not Fade Away
1970-71 is the prime time for NFAs.
12
Big Railroad Blues
Acoustic Grateness (And Dawgness, With David Grisman!)
12
Truckin'
ACOUSTIC Truckin', yes please!
22
To Lay Me Down
A great early acoustic version.
18
Brokedown Palace
Nice early acoustic version
10
Rosalie McFall
Super sweet and mellow version from a great acoustic set.
37
Ripple
Whoa. Can't believe this isn't listed...possibly the most perfect acoustic version with David Nelson on Mandolin.
5
Big Boy Pete
My favorite, though I don't know many versions of this song!
10
Cumberland Blues
a very good acoustic version
8
Caution
Great Caution, but absofreakinglutely outrageous feedback into the deep deep space and back. Face stolen, body floating -> Bid You Goodnight. Damn.
22
Dark Hollow
This entire set is pristine Acoustic Dead from 70...Dark Hollow has Grisman sitting in with them adding some gorgeous Mando to the mix. Must hear.
12
Uncle John's Band
one of the best acoustic UJBs ever. vocals could never get better than right here. the whole acoustic set is incred, dawg grisman adds his genius
6
Sitting on Top of the World
Really great show with a few lesser played tunes.
10
Attics of My Life
A great electric version thrown into a excellent show
5
And We Bid You Goodnight
Absolutely beautiful version.
2
Me and My Uncle
Bob stomps on Jerry's jam.
1
Feedback
Full and sweeping and receptive. A whole story...may be the most powerful