Enjoyed a nice Frank Zappa/Yes sandwich this morning. Bamboozled By Love-> Owner of a Lonely Heart (guitar solo)-> Bamboozled By Love.
please watch, comment, and share. thank you.
...the Live Dead archive, not the database.
LOVE the Playin' -> Supplication -> Playin' from 9-24-76 on the Cow Palace bonus disc.
The earliest one I know about ~ on the Database as Aug '66, though reportedly Dick Latvala ID'd it as a Trips Festival tape (thus from April '66) ~
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl -> You Don't Love Me -> Schoolgirl
Jerry sings the middle of the sandwich, the only performance of this song I'm aware of (?)
more from San Diego Sports Arena 11-14-73....
Set 2 starts with truckin>Other one jam>other one>jam>big river>other one>eyes of the world>other one.
through in some wharf rat after all that, and you're gonna want to loosen the belt for a while and let that digest
Thank you for the post. Great setlists! Have you listened to the Berkeley Community Theater shows, Nov.1984? From what I remember there's a wonderful "Drums/Space" that transitions into UJB. "Space" has an underwater, maritime theme to it. Incredible! At one time I had a SB recording/copy of the show, but it's long since vanished.
San Diego Sports Arena on 1973-11-14
China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Around & Around
>>>On January 15th, 2008 unbrknchain said:
I remember someone telling me that one night the Dead played the first part of "Playin in the Band" at a venue in one city. They finished the song a couple of nights later at a different venue in another city. I'm not sure where it happened, but I'm pretty sure it was during the summer tour in the late eighties or early nineties. That's quite the "Musical Sandwich"! >>>
This may be what your talking about, if not this still is one great sammy!
10-11-84 /10-12-84 Augusta Maine... some of my fav's. The return to Playin' on 10-12 following UJB was HUGE! I absolutley adore these shows....
Shakedown Street, Greatest Story Ever Told, Peggy-O, Mama Tried-->Big River, Ramble On Rose, Looks Like Rain-->Might As Well
Hell In A Bucket--> Touch Of Grey, Man Smart, Woman Smarter, Ship Of Fools,Playing In The Band-->Drums-->Space-->Dear Mr. Fantasy--> Black Peter--> Sugar Magnolia
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Feel Like a Stranger, It Must Have Been the Roses, On the Road Again, Jack a Roe, It's All Over Now, Cumberland Blues, The Music Never Stopped
Cold Rain & Snow, Lost Sailor>Saint of Circumstance>Don't Need Love>
Uncle John's Band>Drumz/Space>Playin Jam>Playin Reprise>Uncle John's Band>Morning Dew
i swear i remember a run of new years shows in the late eighties that started the first set of the first show with sugar magnolia and ended with sunshine daydream on new years a few days later. i could be wrong, my memory is a little hazy due to all the .....
anyway here's a sandwich we won't find at subway (i think jarrod will agree!)
6-24-70 late show 2nd set cap theatre portchester
dark star>attics>dark star>sugar mag>dark star>st stephen>china cat> rider!!
"Unusual travel suggestions are dancing lessons from God" ...
... the Books of Bokonon
I remember someone telling me that one night the Dead played the first part of "Playin in the Band" at a venue in one city. They finished the song a couple of nights later at a different venue in another city. I'm not sure where it happened, but I'm pretty sure it was during the summer tour in the late eighties or early nineties. That's quite the "Musical Sandwich"!