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Grateful Dead June 24, 1976

Tower Theatre Upper Darby, PA | Listen on archive

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Dancin' in the Streets
Funky as they get, this entire second set is as groovy as they come. What a treat!
Help on the Way
Funkily solid.
Lazy Lightnin' -> Supplication
A very funky version, they were cranking these out almost nightly in 1976 , This is an exceptional one full of energy and bravado.
Tennessee Jed
Very expressively sung Tennesee Jed, the playing is also top notch with lots of Keith, Bobby, and Jerry. Coaxing and pushing the song musically.
Scarlet Begonias
Very Jammy stand alone Scarlet, Hot jams throughout tons of Phil and Keith and Donna nice space jam.
Wharf Rat
Keith is Fantastic on this version, brilliant and Jerry sings it with passion and power wonderful an absolute gem, nice jam into Dancin'. 76 is Awesom
Cold Rain and Snow
No hurry jam - this one is not "lazy" but defo relaxed. Reflects the era well with Keith's key work.
Promised Land
Balls out - Keith!
Sugar Magnolia
Donna and Bobby really sing it-NO screeching. Their singing throughout this June 76 run is just fine. For all you Donna haters, listen to this
Big River
A monster show, always underrated due to poor circulation. I swear the boys are all on mushrooms, and its a best friends birthday.
It Must Have Been The Roses
BEST I've ever heard... can't find words.
Friend of the Devil
Absolutely stunning. Top 5 version for sure. Should be better know. Laid back with great paino from Keith.
Samson and Delilah
Welcome, two drummers.