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Cryptical Envelopment
Oct. 13, 1968
Avalon Ballroom

From a painful whisper to pure lightening, an enveloping force of nature
6
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Oct. 13, 1968
Avalon Ballroom

Dark, moody, and soulful. A searing guitar solo, a purely haunted version. An evocation of the deep unharnessed power that controls the fatal cycle.
3
Turn On Your Love Light
Dec. 2, 1971
Boston Music Hall

Pulsing and free. Bill sounds like he has triple the arms. Pig sweats some blues, Garcia liquifies. Lock yourself in, strap up, and don't look back.
8
Dancin' in the Streets
June 3, 1976
Paramount Theatre

Churns, plays itself out, factor playing. Energetic, smooth as smooth.
4
Cryptical Envelopment
Dec. 29, 1968
Gulfstream Park Race Track

Peaks and melts in all kinds of directions

Comments

Turn On Your Love Light
March 24, 1970
Pirates World

Crow you deserve the same recognition. Thanks, friend.
Dark Star
Feb. 24, 1974
Winterland Arena

China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider
Feb. 24, 1974
Winterland Arena

A mellow cat, hard charging into a blissful transition through a groovy MLB back again into the slinky bounding of an approaching rider flying down through the blistering heat of a colorado freight train-- a deep groove cooks this Rider, until you know it well, and when it concludes the pair has already punched you head first into oblivion.
Turn On Your Love Light
Feb. 14, 1970
Fillmore East

Edit to my previous comment, Carrion_Crow has found my mistake. In-fact I was made confused by the lack of listing on setlist.net, as it turns out from multiple places, including the Archive, it seems that the Early show that took place on 2/14 included a Lovelight. The setlist.net I presume does not account for the early show. My apologies, guys.
The Other One
Feb. 23, 1974
Winterland Arena

Phil and Jerry trade notes and space is entered with tripodial aliens bounding with massive steps. Garcia drags this fatal space into a tiger where the forest shakes. The dimensions coalesce into a slipknot before the space expands again into the verse. Gets deep.