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Best version EVER

So good to see someone posted this,my first tape was from Merriweather Pavillion July 1, 1985, I got this because I love Scarlet>Fire.
What makes this so good is at the end of Fire prior to the Scalet riff,the boys just dive into this awe-inspring jam that,you have to hear to get it.

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Hard Too Handle

Hollywood Palladium 8/6/71 (date might be off). The famous one, where Jerry allegedly dropped to his knees during the super-awesome-intense-jam.

My original vinyl bootleg of this show is better than than any downloaded version.

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truckin the other one

the truckin the other one from the hells angel convention in anderson ny november 1970 is so tripingly amazing it should be on cd.the shakedown street from merryweather 85 has got to be the best and should be on cd the dark star from miami 89 has got to be on cd and i bet it will.The franklins tower from gansville florida 80 is so hot just find it and listen to it infact the gainsville 80 show was one of the best shows i ever saw and i saw 165 shows this show should be on cd.I know there are over a hundred playing in the bands that have their own universe one i remember that went way out there was nassau uniondale ny spring of 85 find it and see for yourself it to should be on cd.

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Sing Me Back Home

8/27/72. I've never heard a better version of this one!

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Lamagonzo

Agreed.
I'm not sure exactly why, but I remember that Utica show as one of my top-five shows that I attended.
"That path is for, your steps alone."

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Gardun>Utica>Hartford 81

An awesome run from an awesome tour. We were poor and humble - stems and seeds, but the music just made contact.

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@puppethead

Check out the March '81 run here's the url for 3-10-81 and setlist: http://www.archive.org/details/gd81-03-10.glassberg.wise.7630.sbeok.shnf
Mississippi Half Step-> Franklin's Tower-> Me & My Uncle, Roses> Little Red Rooster, Don't Ease Me In, Lazy Lightning> Supplication, Brown Eyed Women> Looks Like Rain> Deal Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Drums-> The Wheel-> China Doll-> Truckin'-> Sugar Magnolia, E:Satisfaction-> E: Brokedown Palace

And, a good part of this show has been featured in past iteratations of the Taper's Section. You can find them here: http://www.archive.org/iathreads/post-view.php?id=276620

Happy listening! P.S. Careful on the Half step (there's a loud zap! in there)

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Greatest MSG Show Ever !

augustwest49... Thanks, I'll check it out... If you find any more ( earlier ??? ) let me know...

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Very good MSG show?!

@puppethead.....this show rocks!..9/20/93.MSG,1st set;Touch of Grey;Greatest Story Ever Told;Roe Jimmy;The Race Is On>Dire Wolf;Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again>Lazy River Road>Johnny B.Goode...2ndset..Samson and Delilah;So Many Roads;Truckin`>He`s Gone>drums>space>The Other One>GDTRFB>Morning Dew..E.Baba O`Riley>Tommorrow Never Knows

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GREATEST MSG SHOW ?

OK Gr8fulTed... I'm definitely gonna' check that out... Would you say it's the "GREATEST MSG SHOW" though ?!? RSVP...

puppethead

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Best version EVER?