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The Other One
April 9, 1989
Freedom Hall

A kaleidoscopic Other One is the apex of a very well-played second set.
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The Other One
April 9, 1989
Freedom Hall

A kaleidoscopic Other One is the apex of a very well-played second set.
1
Looks Like Rain
Dec. 27, 1977
Winterland Arena

Emphatic, even ferocious. Check it out.
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Cassidy
Dec. 27, 1977
Winterland Arena

Thunderous energy to complement the rest of this hard-rocking Winterland run.
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Samson and Delilah
April 26, 1977
Capitol Theater

Not just a straightforward rocker. Keith adds an icy contrast to Jerry’s fire while the drummers up the tension.

Comments

Let It Grow
Sept. 29, 1977
Paramount Theatre

Just ridiculous. I can’t even believe this thing. Don’t go another day without hearing this. (The SBD’s not great, but try the AUD, loud.)
Sugaree
Sept. 29, 1977
Paramount Theatre

Oh my god!!! This performance is absolutely competitive with the other greats from ’77! Audio quality is the only reason it’s languishing down here with just three votes. The AUD’s really not bad, though, and this is well worth hearing.
Ramble On Rose
Sept. 29, 1977
Paramount Theatre

Intense, heartfelt, and beautifully sung by all. One of the better late ’70s versions I’ve heard.
Eyes Of The World
Aug. 12, 1979
Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Phil’s bombs, Bobby’s harmonics, Brent’s intricately darting runs, Jerry letting himself be drawn Out, finally Rhythm Devils-enhanced Space ... it’s all here. Wow.
Truckin'
March 22, 1990
Copps Coliseum

Fresh and intriguing outro jam here! Don’t just listen to the S>F.