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Oct. 19, 1990
Internationales Congress Centrum

An outtake on Kubrick's Space Odyssey> eff'd up ferocious entrance into TOO
One More Saturday Night
Nov. 14, 1971
Texas Christian University

Phil busting on lead bass guitar - exactly how you want to hear this song played.
Me and Bobby McGee
Nov. 14, 1971
Texas Christian University

The "on the road" sweaty dust of the west is oh so perfectly expressed on this take - '71 perfection.
Eyes Of The World
Oct. 17, 1981

JG gets his point across fully engaged- laced up or not.
Looks Like Rain
Dec. 10, 1979
Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Hall

Pure Bobby drama, excellently wringing it out.


Uncle John's Band
Feb. 9, 1973
Roscoe Maples Pavilion - Stanford University

Legendary Roscoe Maples show and this UJB sits with only 6 votes. If you even have just a passing liking for this song take a listen and vote your conscience Jerry's tone and riffs are wonderful by my reckoning.
Morning Dew
Oct. 2, 1972
Springfield Civic Center

So much emotion in that final jam- wow the mournful slide action Is a long ancient predecessor to Jerry’s Midi play. Well worth checking out.
Cryptical Envelopment
March 28, 1969
Student Center

So NASTY !!!! in the best meaning of the word hahaha. Then finishes like a primordial, cosmic, rusty cough...
One More Saturday Night
Nov. 14, 1971
Texas Christian University

Hey DS I am with you, I love the energy and bite the band had in ‘71. Ps I wouldn’t normally listen to OMSN but a jaw cracker frm ‘71 is worth the time.
Not Fade Away
Nov. 15, 1971
The Austin Municipal Auditorium

Get ready for one of the best NFAs ever with a jam that follows, a premier blend of improvisational jazz jamming...you want to hear this.