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Grateful Dead July 2, 1971

Fillmore West San Francisco, CA | Listen on archive

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21
Johnny B. Goode
The band just rips it up here!
13
The Other One
A fantastic version from the final Fillmore West show!
9
Sing Me Back Home
Beautifully Sung... Merle Haggard would be proud!
6
Hard to Handle
A tight, solid version that just grabs yer ass and shakes it for ya!
16
Bertha
Powerful rocking opener, standard for the era but this version is given extra special attention.
5
Cryptical Envelopment
wonderful psychedelic beauty, dripping in tons of acidic beauty
4
Not Fade Away
wonderful rocker typical of the era as a set ender but given extra special attention here
5
Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
absolute wonderful rocking version, another excellent version from 1971
4
Loser
a little looser and raunchier feel, love the little phil rolls, great vocals nice Billy K work.
9
Casey Jones
Truly spectacular version, tight and sung very well. Stays close to album version but is played exceptionally with nice back up from Bobby
7
China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider
Piercing China cat intro with some cool cymbal work, ripping Jerry through the whole tune Hot version
3
Promised Land
Rawkish take with Jer's amp tubes glowing red.hot.
5
Big Railroad Blues
Pounding and loose. '71 action.
3
Me and Bobby McGee
Solid take with nice Jerry backup howls while Bobby yodels.
10
Good Lovin'
Press play. Dance. Repeat
3
Sugar Magnolia
'71 Cajun rhythm
4
Big Boss Man
Version is the Boss
1
Deal
From the last GD show at the Fillmore West. Jerry sings this beautifully,perfectly and the whole thing just sort of lopes along at a nice gentle swing
2
Mama Tried
Perfect version of the tune
1
Playin' In The Band
A much shorter version than they would turn out later, and Bob forgets most of the words, but still shouldn't be missed
1
Me and My Uncle
A solid performance!
1
Drums
Part of Cryp > Drums > Other One. Dedicated to Owsley during their last show at the Fillmore West.