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New Minglewood Blues
Oct. 14, 1976
The AUD is amazing. Keith shines, and everybody's into it. Bootstrap '76 knockin' down your door.
The Other One
May 5, 1979
Steady charge, everyone rallying along the theme. Philzone!
March 21, 1970
To the point - and totally out of the blue. This is Dead magic.
New Potato Caboose
Oct. 13, 1968
One of their truly psychedelic songs, on a truly psychedelic night. Incredible transition from Cryptical.
Sept. 29, 1969
Cafe au Go-Go
High octane Seven > Good Lovin' from a overlooked diamond in the rough.
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June 22, 1973
The way they drop into space from the verse is absolute dead voodoo. Every now and then the magic hits you directly in the face, and this is a prime example.
June 22, 1973
Absolutely agree FreedomHaul. The ending of Wharf Rat is lingering and ethereal, packing up a fantastic sequence of peak '73 creativity; which launches into a rocking Sugar Magnolia.
Looks Like Rain
Oct. 19, 1973
Oklahoma City Fairgrounds Arena
Weir's vocals are actually not too bad in this one.
May 1, 1981
This shouldn't be down here, get it up there - it's blazin'!
Dancin' in the Streets
April 12, 1970
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Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
Playin' In The Band
Eyes Of The World
Promised Land, Tower Theatre, June 23, 1976
Promised Land, The Spectrum, Sept. 21, 1972
Brown Eyed Women, Tower Theatre, June 23, 1976
Jerry doin' some serious ...
Insane transition into the ...
MASSIVE jam here. Jerry ...
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