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Rock and Rye



Drums -> Space
March 28, 1981

Some juggling during drums
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
June 20, 1991
Pine Knob Music Theatre

This whole show is filled with incredible interplay from everyone, vince is on fire (and scarlet)
Baba O'Riley > Tomorrow Never Knows
Dec. 16, 1992
Oakland Coliseum Arena

DP 27, the dead can cover anything and make it sound magical
And We Bid You Goodnight
Feb. 11, 1969
Fillmore East

Pretty good one, wondering why it isnt on here yet. after a few minutes of audience it erupts into cosmic charlie then the tape cuts out
U.S. Blues (Wave That Flag)
June 19, 1980
West High Auditorium

so full of energy, amazing way to end the show


Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
Jan. 1, 1965
Rich Stadium

Phenomenal accordion solo by Hornsby, also i think they tease blues for allah around the 20 minute mark
Wharf Rat
April 26, 1971
Fillmore East

I believe the album was overdubbed in studio, however it is still an incredible song
Beat it on Down The Line
Oct. 19, 1971
Northrop Auditorium, U. of Minn.

Keith is on fire, and its only his first show!
Let Me Sing Your Blues Away
Sept. 8, 1973
Nassau Coliseum

I mean, its not that bad. Keith didnt keep singing for a reason but this isnt the worst vocal performance of the band. Its a neat song that never really grew too big despite having potential, like Till the morning comes.
It's All Over Now Baby Blue
July 29, 1966
P.N.E. Garden Auditorium

The audio quality is amazing given the year.