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Submissions

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Good Lovin'
Oct. 16, 1977
Louisiana State U

I can't believe this one isn't here. Short but very sweet.
1
Wharf Rat
Oct. 9, 1972
Winterland Arena

Whoa, I can't believe this hasn't been submitted. Great vocal and four minutes of sublime outro solo. Check it out!
3
Clementine
Aug. 13, 1968
Pacific Recording

The studio jam version from the expanded Aoxomoxoa release
3
Big Boss Man
Aug. 14, 1971
Berkeley Community Theater

just listen to Jerry and Phil. twang city in the intro, perfect Pig vocal
1
Casey Jones
Aug. 15, 1971
Berkeley Community Theater

Phil is high in the mix. One of the best '71 versions, I believe.

Comments

Sugaree
May 3, 1972
Olympia Theater

Sad that so many folks feel like Sugaree isn't interesting unless it's a 20-minute version with three JG solos. Why not like both? Everyone is in sync here. This recording is excellent; most likely Betty. You can hear everyone's contribution.
Uncle John's Band
June 7, 1977
Winterland Arena

Are you kidding me? Obviously, the Deadaverse hasn't listened to this one, or it would be in the top 10. Musically, this is pretty much flawless. It also has a calypso-like feel too, which makes it extra dancable.
Around and Around
June 7, 1977
Winterland Arena

For a while I thought JG was playing JBGoode. NIce to hear after that sublime Dew.
Morning Dew
June 7, 1977
Winterland Arena

I'm very partial to 10/18/74, but goodness gracious people! Extra points for the finale, which will leave your booties smoking.
Good Lovin'
June 7, 1977
Winterland Arena

Hey, I like JG's swinging approach on this night. It follows a Scar-Fire that doesn't get much love. This night was chill. The sound on the box set is good, a Betty Board, by the way.