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Hurts Me Too
Dec. 5, 1971
Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden

Pig comes alive during this song as well as this entire show, and Jerry respond's to his energy level, as does the whole band. I love this show!
1
Casey Jones
Dec. 5, 1971
Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden

It's nearing the end of 71, Keith is on on board now; their tight and energetic, 72 here they come!
1
Big Boss Man
Dec. 5, 1971
Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden

Pigs vocals and harmonica are at a high and energetic level on this version. Jerry's guitar playing is a must listen, really!
1
Beat it on Down The Line
Dec. 5, 1971
Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden

This is a high energy and very well played version of this song. Bobby is in very good form here.
1
St. Stephen
April 12, 1969
Student Union Ballroom, U. Utah

Good St. Stephen, sanwiched between D.S and The Eleven. Classic Pyhicedelia in the heart of Utah!

Comments

Comes A Time
Dec. 5, 1971
Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden

Jerry's guitar tells the whole story!
I Wash My Hands
Dec. 5, 1971
Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden

I agree with all the above comments, this one really got me!
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Sept. 16, 1966
Avalon Ballroom

This is about as good as this song got, in my opinion. This is some of Pig's best harp playing and Jerry is at his 1966 best, for sure.
The Eleven
April 12, 1969
Student Union Ballroom, U. Utah

Jerry's fingers where flying across that red SG. Classic stuff!
China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider
Oct. 31, 1970
School Gymnasium, S.U.N.Y.

Agreed, but it is unique because of the addition of the New Riders. To bad it cuts off abruptly.