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Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodeloo
Nov. 19, 1972
Hofheinz Pavilion

Super chill Rio Grandeo into a blissed out wind down.
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Sugar Magnolia
April 24, 1971
Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke University

Sweet Little Nugget of Kick Ass
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Ship of Fools
July 25, 1974
International Amphitheater

Emotive, floating and airy ....Phil and Keith accents all over the place.
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Mexicali Blues
Dec. 4, 1971
Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden

TOO>Mex>TOO - a boilermaker of absinthe and tequila.
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Truckin'
Dec. 4, 1971
Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden

Smashmouth show opener for NYC crowd.

Comments

Black Throated Wind
June 23, 1974
Jai-Alai Fronton

I agree DStar and CC - I am not a drummer nor have I played one on t.v. and I too got turned on in the early '80's. To me Billy's contributions to this band of gypsies was absolutely jaw dropping at times throughout '71-'74..,, I specifcially listen to more and more of these years to hear HIM when he is up in the mix it's a real treat.
Not Fade Away
July 17, 1989
Alpine Valley Music Theatre

Jerry goes for the crowd's vitals and hit's em. checkit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7sNSduf7Gc
Jack Straw
Dec. 31, 1971
Winterland Arena

Tight and cool - strong vocal and harmony action.
Morning Dew
April 26, 1983
The Spectrum

Purify yourself in the waters of Lake Minnetonka or listen to Jerry's quicksilver 6 string attack. So clean.
Shakedown Street
April 26, 1983
The Spectrum

This remains one of my all time favs. Hi-qual recording of a super hi energy hot show opener - unforgettable.