Grateful Dead

Europe '72: Strand Lyceum, London, England May 24, 1972


We welcome you to hear the entire album Europe '72: Strand Lyceum, London, England (5/24/1972).

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5/23/72 Full Show Stream
5/25/72 Full Show Stream

 


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TRACK LIST:
Disc 1
1. Cold Rain And Snow
2. Beat It On Down The Line
3. Mr. Charlie
4. Deal
5. Me And My Uncle
6. Hurts Me Too
7. Dire Wolf
8. Black-Throated Wind
9. Chinatown Shuffle
10. China Cat Sunflower>
11. I Know You Rider
12. Playing In The Band
13. You Win Again
14. Jack Straw

Disc 2
1. Casey Jones
2. Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu
3. Mexicali Blues
4. Black Peter
5. Truckin'>
6. Drums>
7. The Other One>
8. Sing Me Back Home

Disc 3
1. Sugar Magnolia>
2. Turn On Your Lovelight>
3. The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
4. One More Saturday Night

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choice

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Fantastic!!

Thankyou for letting us enjoy this wonderful music!!

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Awesome!

Thanks for the listen. I enjoyed it very much

CommanderCraig's picture
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Dedication to Rev. Gary Davis

Rev. Gary Davis, from whom the Dead learned "Samson and Delilah" and "Death Don't Have No Mercy" among others, had died on May 5, 1972. Bobby dedicates the show to Davis between "Mr. Charlie" and Deal".

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Europe '72: Strand Lyceum, London, England May 24, 1972

Love it. Thanks so much for letting us listen to these shows. Can't imagine life without the GD and especially Europe '72.

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Thanks

I really enjoy Cold Rain & Snow as a lead off song. Keith was especially good on the Steinway grand, with Pigpen playing electric as well. Gosh I wish I had been there!

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