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Bob Weir 6/8/75

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Bob Weir w/ Kingfish 6/8/75 El Camino Park, Palo Alto CA. The Rowan Brothers (all three of 'em) and Garcia-Saunders also performed.

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nice picture

Hi Dave, I just wanted to say thanks for all the great music you have done and made avil. for all of us. Back in the late 80s was not a good time for me and I recorded a lot of the dead hours which really saved me from self destruction, sometimes i would record two gdh at a time and that was really great. I am from the northeast, PA and its hard to find a station that has the dh avil. and its nice to see we can get it from the web. You have done a great job, keep up the good work. thanks, Nemo

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arlington heights
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long, long time to be gone

bring the dead hour back to ch1cago man ....twenty years so far

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arlington heights
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long, long time to be gone

bring the dead hour back to ch1cago man ....twenty years so far

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38° 51' 52.7544" N, 94° 38' 4.9344" W
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Killer shot

Nothing like a black and white photo from the front row in real daylight. Did you have a telephoto lens on, David?
I'd love to hear some of those Kingfish shows from '75-76: King Biscuit Radio Hour aired one in 1976, when I was living the wild life in Nederland, CO. "Big Iron" is a great song!

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Bob Weir 6/8/75