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Looks Like Rain
May 26, 1977
Baltimore Civic Center

Donna and Bobby sound great together while Jers guitar provides the rain.
Little Red Rooster
March 3, 1981
Cleveland Music Hall

Brent take s a nice solo on the B3- good stuff.
Friend of the Devil
March 9, 1977

listen to godchaux slay the middle 8!!
Dec. 29, 1977
Winterland Arena

Donna sounds wonderful and the Winterland heads are loving the show.
I Know You Rider
Nov. 3, 1965
Golden State Studios

Listen the slammin rythym on this early gem


Feb. 5, 1978
Uni Dome, U of Northern Iowa

I like it..I enjoy the 78 sound,its more rough around the edges and rocks a bit more than 77..I judge truckin by the lyrics(no flubs) and the peak during the jam- both are bang on..Also love the train whistle at the start.
He's Gone
Sept. 21, 1972
The Spectrum

Certainly deserves more than 19votes, its better than a lot of the top tier versions on here..
Oct. 19, 1974
Winterland Arena

A wicked Truckin sandwich,i think its my first one,but i love the Grateful Dead movie soundtrack..Also it makes a massive difference when Keiths piano is miked and mixed right,it brings a whole heap of difference to me when you can actually hear what hes doing,hes a hell of a pianist..+1
Eyes Of The World
Sept. 28, 1976
Onondaga County War Memorial

Epic - whole bands on fire..1976 is gettin a lot of hype at the moment ,going off what ive heard recently id say rightly so..this is a heavy-version..Im liking the jam that follows.
Dark Star
June 30, 1973
Universal Amphitheatre

DS 67-Glad you enjoyed it ,man- its a nice one- 11/11 is still king of 73 for my likings