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Lazy Lightnin' -> Supplication
Jan. 30, 1978
Uptown Theater

Listen to the end of this sweet LL>Supp and tell me it shouldn't be in the top ten versions. And not a single mention here! Crazy!
Jan. 30, 1978
Uptown Theater

Great show, not too well documented around these parts. Deal is hot and gutsy, from a very good first set.
Its All Over Now
Jan. 30, 1978
Uptown Theater

This one has guts and a real slow percussive groove. Love it.
Sugar Magnolia
Nov. 24, 1979
Golden Hall, Community Concourse

Ends a wonderful sequence (Terrapin -> Playin' -> Drums-> Lost Sailor-> Saint-> Wharf Rat) Jerry's definitely still feeling it in his solos; solid
Row Jimmy
June 29, 1976
Auditorium Theatre

Slow and stoney, great show and crystal-clear board to boot


Pretty Peggy O
April 14, 1978
Cassell Coliseum - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Nice version, but Jerry's voice here is just shot. A shame, cuz the band is really dialed in.
Pretty Peggy O
July 13, 1976
Orpheum Theatre

Silky . . . Jerry strikes a great tone in the solo with the Travis Bean -- love it!
Brown Eyed Women
March 20, 1977
Winterland Arena

Great energy, Jerry is really up and the boys work together magically throughout this tune like much of this run.
Pretty Peggy O
March 20, 1977
Winterland Arena

Jerry gets the words wrong a bit at the beginning, but this is my go-to Peggy-O -- the band is connected, Jerry has a lovely solo, and the groove is just perfect. Later in the set is a Row Jimmy for all-time as well. Great show.
High Time
June 9, 1976
Boston Music Hall

Right on, Carrion, Donna was great this whole run. This show is a perfect slow groove, with this High Time played AFTER Stephen ) Eyes ) LIG . . . Unbelievable stuff