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Feedback
Nov. 8, 1969
Fillmore West

Constanten really adds to the texture of this, exciting feedback!
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Feedback
Oct. 12, 1968
Avalon Ballroom

High intensity, coming in hot after a hot Caboose jam.
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Jack Straw
July 9, 1989
Giants Stadium

Powerful version. The vocal entrance at the end brings the house down, you can tell they're having fun; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gjjkcVIoys
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Good Lovin'
Oct. 31, 1980
Radio City Music Hall

Bob goes for it in the rap and Garcia smiles a bit. A fun latter day version, though it never jams out like mad. Video of it here! https://www.youtube
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U.S. Blues (Wave That Flag)
July 31, 1974
Dillon Stadium

A scorcher, love the energy on this one, really swingin'!

Comments

Jack Straw
July 9, 1989
Giants Stadium

Show me a more energetic and charged version than this, both in terms of playing and vocals, i dare ya. I DARE YA!
Playin' In The Band
March 23, 1974
Cow Palace

Really cool start to be honest, they loosen up after they fuck up. Lovely stuff.
Cumberland Blues
Sept. 27, 1972
Stanley Theatre

Easy to forget what you're doing when listening to this version. The faster we go, the rounder we get!
Cumberland Blues
Sept. 21, 1972
The Spectrum

After the first verse, when Jerry does his bending solo thingy, Bob, Phil and Bill simultaneously lock into what i believe to be the most pure Cumberland groove ever. This one is note-perfect indeed. This one is a little more out of control than the 4/8 one, and hey, that's what we like about Cumberland right?)
Eyes Of The World
Sept. 28, 1976
Onondaga County War Memorial

Love '76.