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Grateful Dead Nov. 17, 1972

Century II Convention Hall Wichita, KS | Listen on archive

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34
The Other One
a great jamming Truckin'->The Other One->Brokedown Palace
12
Truckin'
A great jam of Truckin'->The Other One->Brokedown Palace but the sound quality is a bit below par. I hope that the Dead release it.
19
Brokedown Palace
A great jam of Truckin'->The Other One->Brokedown Palace but the sound quality is a bit below par. I hope that the Dead release it.
54
Bird Song
This is on fire
20
Cumberland Blues
Super, super hot cumberland
27
He's Gone
Just a fantastic version.
5
Sugar Magnolia
Crushed, a huge following a very sweet Brokedown.
13
China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider
Another charged version from this great year. Bob really starts the charge at the end of the China Cat, but then Jerry finishes up the transition.
19
Black Throated Wind
Sweet sweet version. Love Jer's leads while Bob does his drownin in U!
9
Jack Straw
Jack Straw from Wichita!
20
Box of Rain
Cool Box here. Has neat Jerry intro.
6
Promised Land
Charged promised land out of the gate!
15
Me and My Uncle
Appropriate they smoked this cowboy tune in Kansas!
9
Tennessee Jed
Smoked!
4
Beat it on Down The Line
Totally rocked out!
13
Uncle John's Band
Sweet sweet version to continue the epicness of the last hour of music.
10
Casey Jones
Laid back groove and the vocals lock in nicely. The Dave's Picks polish makes it a must.
7
Sugaree
It's a great 1972 Sugaree ... Jerry's vocal delivery is extra passionate ... an example of how this show played all the [at the time] "small songs" re
6
Around and Around
Nice rocking version with good solos, and good recording, as good as many others here
7
Johnny B. Goode
Nice old school Rock and Roll vibe. Rocked out some nice adds from Keith. Hot take.
4
Brown Eyed Women
Super-fast and super-funky rendition, from one of the best 1972 shows.