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1
Looks Like Rain
Oct. 14, 1976
Shrine Auditorium

Sweet slow buildup to an explosion of emotion and Jer's flying guitar work. A strong version.
1
Pretty Peggy O
Oct. 14, 1976
Shrine Auditorium

Powerful version. Is the only reason it's not yet here because only AUDs exist? Jeez Heads, get it together!
1
Cassidy
Oct. 14, 1976
Shrine Auditorium

Absolute ripper. Band sounds like they started warm and heated up. Great first set.
2
Johnny B. Goode
Oct. 10, 1976
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Starts with Jerry barking orders: "Rock and Roll! Rock and Roll!" and it doesn't disappoint. Caps off a high intensity blazing glory of a show. DP33.
1
The Other One
Oct. 2, 1976
Riverfront Arena

Rare for '76, it starts a bit rough, but then finds its gear and blasts off. It sounds a bit like a mid-80s version to this head.

Comments

Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodeloo
Oct. 14, 1976
Shrine Auditorium

The "It Factor" is dialed way up past 11 here folks. Don't skip this show. Strap on some headphones and cross that Rio-o-o-o Grande. This one is a beaut. I keep using the word "powerful" to describe their playing on this show and I think it's apt. Check out an under-the-radar MHUT and enjoy!
Sugar Magnolia
Oct. 10, 1976
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

The Devils take this one to the races. The whole set is one colossal jam after another.
Stella Blue
Oct. 10, 1976
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

The jam out of this is so good. It sounds like half the band is playing Playin' and the other half is playing The Other One. Could some one with better ears than mine tell me if that's right? Are they jamming 6/8 over 10/4 for a patch? Wild.
The Other One
Oct. 10, 1976
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Like the Playin' in this epic 2nd set, this TOO is more fired up and heavy than a lot of the other '76 versions. I think it captures the pre-hiatus danger and hard rock sound (like the Playin' too). Maybe the presence of The Who inspired them to put more firepower on their set? Who knows, but they were rockin' it with ferocious intensity here.
The Wheel
Oct. 10, 1976
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Dick knew what he was doing by including the 10th in DP33, because this whole show is just bonkers good. I think the 10th's first set is genuinely better than the 9ths, but the second set is just amazing. This Playin'>Drums>Wheel>Drums>TOO>Stella>Playin' is as outrageous a set as you're going to find. Love this Wheel.