Song: They Love Each Other
Venue: Deer Creek
tidbit info: The 1973 (and one version in 1974) arrangement of TLEO was fast, with a fun bridge, but when the song returned to the repertoire in 1976 (with one version in 1975), it was in a much slower arrangement than it had been in 1973-1974
Song: Box of Rain
Venue: Winterland Arena
tidbit info: Played live only in 1972 and 1973, this American Beauty opener was dropped from the repertoire until its triumphant return in Hampton, VA in 1986
Song: Lazy River Road
Venue: The Palace at Auburn Hills
tidbit info: Played at 65 Grateful Dead 1993-1995, including the last-ever Grateful Dead show
Song: Uncle John's Band
Venue: Paramount Northwest Theater
tidbit info: Uncle John's Band was played almost 350 times, and aside from 1976 (well, it WAS played as the encore on 12/31/76, but that was after midnight so was technically 1977...) and 1978, it had a consistent place in the repertoire.
It's all available here: http://www.dead.net/30daysofdead?intcmp=home/carousel2
Does anyone have the date,venue and the tidbit info for November 27-30th? It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Loving the 30 Days but for some reason 'Operator' and 'Althea' refuse to join the rest of the songs. I have an Apple and the songs have downloaded but they will not enter the same folder as the other 24 songs! Anyone know why?
...I was wondering which live version of Althea was included on the Go to Heaven expanded cd. I did some sleuthing and found the version most definitely is from 10-23-80. It's only listed as 10-80 on the track listing. So, in case anyone else is interested in these kinds of things...
P.S. There are two other tracks from this run where there aren't precise dates given. They are Row Jimmy and High Time. These tracks are featured on the Dead Set expanded cd (with the date 10-80). The correct dates for these are 10-10-80 and 10-25-80 respectively.
Excellent sounding show. But I have a complaint - our seats were the farthest away last row against the wall from the stage - the lights from the stage were pointed right at us. We were blinded almost the entire night. We couldn't even watch the screens for the lights. Is there a way to notify the people in charge of the lighting that they need to make sure they are not blinding anyone. I have already lost some of my hearing due to the amount of concerts (mostly GD), I really don't want to lose my eyesight due to them..... Other than that light issue - the sound was awesome, the fans were awesome, and the music was on point!
No 30 days of dead this year? :-/
but I would check with Customer Service on the particulars.
hello, i can't find the information in you term of services :
do you ship in Saint Martin island, and if yes, what is the price. Thanks in advance.
i'm trying to find a show and set list from it, but I cant seem to find it in the show archives. It was my first Dead show and I LOVED it and have been a head ever since. I don't recall the exact date. What i do know is that it was roughly 1976-77. A warm beautiful June or July afternoon/night in a small outdoor stadium in New York(not the city). Like a college stadium with one cement level. The dead was the headline band with 2 other openers. One was the Good rats. I found a show in 1979, but i'm sure the show I saw was before that.
If anyone can help me 'remember' that show I would be greatly appreciative.