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Submissions

1
Sing Me Back Home
July 28, 1973
Grand Prix Racecourse

Gives me chills, something about how Garcia sings this one is mesmorizing. Hair raising solo after the second verse too.
2
Mexicali Blues
Feb. 24, 1974
Winterland Arena

Tight little version here. Bare bones beginning and cowboy Bob at the helm
3
It Must Have Been The Roses
June 8, 1974
Coliseum Stadium

Sweet melodic bliss to my ears. Jerry nails it vocally.
2
Mexicali Blues
June 8, 1974
Coliseum Stadium

Simple tune, Phil is on fire though. Worth a listen.
2
Me and Bobby McGee
June 8, 1974
Coliseum Stadium

Bombs away Phil

Comments

The Other One
Feb. 27, 1969
Fillmore West

Really should be higher. This is pure fire. It melts my mind, every time..
Sing Me Back Home
Aug. 27, 1972
Old Renaissance Faire Grounds

Thanks Dark Star. Will check out 11/14/72.
Sing Me Back Home
Aug. 27, 1972
Old Renaissance Faire Grounds

No mere words can describe the feeling that overcomes me when I hear this song. It melts my mind and body into a cohesive mix of goosebumps, tears and a euphoric feeling of peace. It transcends this earth, Donna, Jerry and the rest of the boys could not have been more perfect in the 10 or so minutes that they performed this beautiful piece of music.
Dark Star
July 18, 1972
Rossevelt Stadium

Most Excellent Dark Star. 27 minutes of pure bliss. Starts off under control, mellow and downright groovy, then slips off into a dripping cosmic puddle of awesome sounds. Highly recommended.
Jack Straw
Dec. 9, 1981
Activity Center - University of Colorado

Jacked Straw. The boy screwed the pooch on this one. But its all good.