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3
Ramble On Rose
May 17, 1974
P.N.E. Coliseum

Not my favorite tune, but nice swing to this one.
2
Stella Blue
May 21, 1974
Edmundson Pavilion

Certainly as good as 74 Freedom Hall
1
El Paso
May 21, 1974
Edmundson Pavilion

Tight AF version. Jer scorches it.
1
Row Jimmy
May 21, 1974
Edmundson Pavilion

Love the Jimmy's from this era. This one is gorgeous.
1
Me and My Uncle
May 21, 1974
Edmundson Pavilion

Love it as an opener..sets the groove for the whole show.

Comments

Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
Oct. 14, 1994
Madison Square Garden

^^^^extremely well stated. The palpable energy with each bulid-up is evident on the audience tapes, but still heard thru the soundboard. As I stated before, the crowd is in a frenzy until the first verse of LL Rain. The final build-up is like no other FOTM ever played. At this show, you then get a groovy jammed out Corinna before the drums to show the other cool side of the GD.
Dark Star
Dec. 11, 1969
Thelma Theater

This is a killer DS as they transition it to the a 1970 sound. Has a touch of space, FG jam, and all the great components. Probably way too low with 12 votes.
Tennessee Jed
May 19, 1974
Portland Memorial Coliseum

One of the best Jeds
Morning Dew
March 25, 1993
Dean Smith Center - University of North Carolina

I have said many times 3/27/94 is so tasty even though the set list is meh. The Samson is huge. The Jacks back to back to open are tight af. I need to listen to 5/31/92 Dew again.
Morning Dew
March 25, 1993
Dean Smith Center - University of North Carolina

This is a great version...just three points about 3/27/94 that make it better. The delicate beginning is as good as any. Phil throws bombs throughout. It's has a longer ending with an epic and patient build up more along the lines of the 77 monsters. With that being said, great find here. Thanks.