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Stagger Lee
March 27, 1988
Hampton Coliseum

Lively with nice punch - stays on the rails.
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Loser
Sept. 3, 1972
Folsom Field, University of Colorado

Looking for a new favorite Loser with tone and hot licks - look no further.
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Ramble On Rose
Sept. 3, 1972
Folsom Field, University of Colorado

Collectively nail this with some X-factor swing and swagger.
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Jack Straw
Sept. 3, 1972
Folsom Field, University of Colorado

Give it a listen and you will hear a Straw that's aces - what a tight little nugget.
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Bertha
Oct. 19, 1971
Northrop Auditorium, U. of Minn.

Rippin' Energy

Comments

Brown Eyed Women
Nov. 29, 1979
Cleveland Public Hall

Love this one -Jer will not let go of that solo...this is a good time cheboogie take.
Morning Dew
Nov. 8, 1970
Capitol Theater

I am digging the tone and action of what must be an SG Jer's strapped on. Nice one.
The Other One
April 16, 1984
Community War Memorial Auditorium

Yeah I like this TOO Grendel - and must admit I love '84 since I was knee deep into the scene after starting to see shows in '82... check 4/24/84 for a very similar one and the short diamond studded gem of 4/6/82 - the TOO > Dew is stellar...BTW 4/20/84 goes down as one of my all-time shows...
Loser
July 13, 1984
Greek Theatre, U. Of California

Do yourself a favor and you use the phones - soundboard hijinks with Jerry's vocal switching channels. Salty solo.
Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodeloo
Aug. 21, 1972
Berkeley Community Theater

Thanks for the nod Crow - Goddamn if this outro isn't special check that rolling RioGrandeooo.... they waste no time getting to it.... but once there the outro rolls and rolls rolls. Keith's touches are delicate and lovely throughout while Jerry cooks it loooooong and slooooooow.