We're getting a lot of folks asking where to send corrections for assorted errors they've found in the show archives. Maybe they didn't really play "Saint of Circumstance" that night. Maybe we have the band at the Meadowlands when they were really at MSG. Maybe the boys are simultaneously in Philadelphia and Phoenix. Whatever mistakes you've found, this is the place to report them. Please include this information to make it easier for the tech folks to deal with: The date and/or URL of the show in question (for example, http://www.dead.net/show/june-21-1980) A detailed description of the problem (for example, wrong town, wrong venue, no "St. Stephen," etc.) The source of your information (for example, DeadBase, notes on your tape, "Hey, I was in the front row and I'll never forget it!") Thank you! (Note: once we've made the corrections, we will delete the posts to reduce confusion and redundancy. If your post disappears, that doesn't mean we're not Grateful. Quite the reverse.)
http://www.dead.net/show/december-8-1994 My last show, with buds Tom & Rob, dosed and toast, absolutely PEAKING during this (to me) unknown TWEAKY tune - Easy Answers? Yeah, that must be it. NO set list ever has it on there, and even the (passable) audience tape CD I have does not include it. But I did NOT imagine it. BTW, this would make an amazing and surprising DixPix. Check out the slow burn boogie Round&Round. Also Lucy on sad anniversary of John Lennon's untimely death. Peace&Love
I got to the first row because we didn't see the first set. The second set started with doggone and I believe that it included dancing in the streets. At the time, I wouldn't have recognized scarlet begonias, but I know NOW that it doesn't sound anything like these and it would have been an odd way to start a set. Somebody help!
My torn ticket stub tells me there was a show that afternoon! Funny that it's not in the Illustrated Trip book either!
tj crowley oopps..make that the 6 21 70 gig(s) sorry
Indeed, this show did take place. There are two listings for 6-6-1969; the second should be changed to 6-7-1969 as it has the set list from the Janis Lovelight night, which occurred on that date. Also, it seems there's an electric (Bobby sings) "The Green, Green Grass of Home" before the acoustic Dire Wolf which may have an additional guitarist from an opening band or something-I'm not sure.
I forgot to list my source for the 6-7-1969 info: I have a recording that unfortunately doesn't include the Dark Star>St. Stephen, and fades the Lovelight out at the 15:49 mark, probably right before a climactic ending. On my copy, there's an Uncle John's Band after the Lovelight, but I have no idea if it's the encore or if it's even from the same show.
Deadlists lists this show as 1/17/69 ?
Hey everyone, You might notice that some of the errors in this thread have been here a while without being tended to. These remain because they are unfixable at the moment. We have a rampant "date bug", as I call it. What it does is display show dates in an odd way. For example, sometimes you will see two shows listed with the same date or a show that is listed as being on the wrong day entirely. Going in and editing the date to be correct will not stick... but you can see the correct date change in the 'title' of the page... the place on your browser window that lists what the page is called. For now, that is the only place the correct date shows. Everywhere else, it displays incorrectly. We are trying to figure it out, and when we do, I will be able to delete the posts referring to these date display errors. Just so you guys know I'm not ignoring you. Cheers, A
He's still kickin it and was a part of the Grateful Dead. It would be nice to acknowledge that here.
You mean in the setlists? Or give him his own topic in the forums?
Chicago Bob I verified with another attendee that the Dead played "dancing in the streets" second set. I believe that the set started with Doggone. I was in the first row and it certainly WAS NOT scarlet begonias. CB
I was quite sure that the shows first set started with Jack Straw. Please, Check me out.Thanks, Bill
Paul Ossian Donna sang a Loretta Lynn cover of "You Ain't Woman Enough To Take my Man" This show seemed to be 4-6 hours long, Was it just tuning?
have a stub for this date in madison square garden,and did not see it listed......"nothing left to do but---> smile...."
I'm positive that the boys did Satisfaction at this show. It was my girlfriends first show. She was a UCLA student living on campus at the time. I met her in her dorm room. She had borrowed a bunch of Dead studio albums so that she would know what to expect. I told her that it wasn't going to work. She also didn't understand why I wanted to get to Pauley Pavillion early. She then learned about the show before the show. The reason that I remember Satisfaction is that she was amazed that they were doing another bands song as part of the encore. Like I said, it was her first show. There were many more after. We were married for 23 years and our oldest daughters middle name is Cassidy. Obviously, after a weekend at Ventura and New Years Eve that year, she got it.
on January 12, 2008 Sirius satellite radio played the October 26, 1972 show. here is the set list: Promised Land, Sugaree, me and Bobby McGee, Don't Ease Me In, Mexicali Blues, Bird Song,Big River, Tennessee Jed, Beat it on Down the line, Brown Eyed Women, El Paso, China Cat Sunflower/ I know you Rider, Casey Jones.Second set: Playing in the Band/ Deal, Me and my Uncle, Broke down Palace, Truckin/ Dark Star / Sugar Magnolia, Sing me back home. One more Saturday night.
Wrong city: The page for this show says they played The Cheetah in Santa Monica on this date. There were at least two Cheetah clubs in the country and on 6/12/67 they most likely played The Cheetah in New York City. There's a "recently discovered" poster for this show (supposedly from the "first roadie of the GD") at Vintageconcertposters.com that gives the address as 53rd & Bdwy - this is NYC. This also makes sense since the previous show was in NYC at the Cafe au Go-Go.
Soldier Field show listed show as June 17, 1993 - should be June 18, 1993 with this set list:Hell In A Bucket, Sugaree, Walkin' Blues, Stagger Lee, Queen Jane Approximately, Row Jimmy, The Music Never Stopped Box Of Rain, Iko Iko, Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Playin' In The Band Reprise*-> Drums, Jam-> All Along The Watchtower-> China Doll-> Turn On Your Love Light, E: Liberty (according to archive.org)
Some would say that the band came back out for 1 more song after a good share of the stage had been dis-assembled. So many fans just wouldn't leave. They played "The Promised Land" This is based on a review written in the local Omaha newspaper the next day. The reviewer didn't get the tile right but he called the song "The Terminal Zone" and described the situation basically as I described, with the writer's addition the the band came back out to play one last song "with feeling". I was at that show and hasily remember bits and pieces of what was described.
God, I always dreamed of this happening.... Wish I Were There, texasdragonfly! "If the forms of this world die, which is more real, the me that dies or the me that's infinite? Can I trust my habitual mind, or do I need to learn to look beneath those things?"
i allow myself to pose this rather indiscreet question.what happening? the band playing the "promised land" which by an innocent writer was interpreted as "the terminal zone"(pretty big difference)or did they come back after they allready played on a semi disassembeled stage to play a second last song with feeling......i am confused,but as this was a GD concert i would be happy to have seen it anyway...or was the writer dozed by iresponsible social elements?
i promise ihavent sent my comment twice!!
this happens a lot from time to time. Just ask Bob.
This show at Public Hall was famous for a killer China Cat and a nice long Dark Star. I think there was a mirror ball spinning up above, too. Here's the complete set list: Bertha ; Mexicali Blues ; Loser ; Black Throated Wind ; They Love Each Other ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Deal ; El Paso ; Row Jimmy ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Around And Around 2nd set Ramble On Rose ; Me And My Uncle ; Here Comes Sunshine ; Big River ; Dark Star [43:27] > Eyes Of The World > Stella Blue ; Sugar Magnolia
On what I have there is a Jam (9'05") between Saint Of Circumstance (7'13") and Drums (11'54"). andré
The following three shows were actually performed indoors at the Seattle Center Coliseum, not at the outdoor Seattle Center Memorial Stadium. The Coliseum was where the Sonics played before the Key Arena was built. The Dead did not start playing at the outdoor Memorial Stadium until the 1990's. I was at all three of the Coliseum shows. Then came the Great Drought. For 5 years the Dead came no closer to Seattle than Eugene. Then they played 1 show at the acoustical monstrosity that is the Tacoma Dome. The last Dead show I ever saw was May 26, 1995 at the Memorial Stadium. It was my 44th birthday. http://www.dead.net/show/august-14-1981 http://www.dead.net/show/august-28-1982-0 http://www.dead.net/show/august-27-1983
Maybe my memory nixed me but I was at the us festivals in 1982 83 and at one of those I saw the dead for the first time. I think they came on at like 8 in the morning but well cant recolect exactly but didnt see the set list or a show on the page
..yes indeed they were playing in the morning-in fact i would guide u 2 David gans book"conversation with the dead"where some group-members remember this situation very vividly,but cannot help u out with setlist etc..Peace:-)(-:
The setlist is missing the Handsome Cabin Boy jam out of space. I was at the show and had the tape for years without knowing what "THAT" instrumental was. But I got to see it AGAIN out of space in '92 and knew it from the previous tape. Finally learned what it was many years later when a housemate pulled up in the driveway and it was cranking out of his car from Shady Grove. Jerry & Grisman do it instrumentally on the All Around this World disc, too, and there's an early Zappa cover on Mystery Disc. Anyway, I like it better as an instrumental. And the setlist should read: drums -> space -> Handsome Cabin Boy jam -> Playin' tease....
According to the Internet Archive, the set list you have posted for 8/30 is actually 8/31 (for which you have no list posted). Actual list for 8/30: Stranger, Candyman, Esau, Dire Wolf, Lil Red Rooster, TN Jed, Lazy Lightning, Supplication, Deal (set break) Touch of Grey, Samson, Terrapin, drumspace, Throwing Stones, Not Fade Away, Wharf Rat, Sugar Mag (encore) Brokedown.
with the one on deadlists.com for the following show:http://www.dead.net/show/november-1-1973 This is what you currently have: Truckin' Here Comes Sunshine Playing in the Band Uncle John's Band Morning Dew Uncle John's Band Playing in the Band Sugar Magnolia This is what deadlists.com has: The Promised Land ; Sugaree ; Me And Bobby McGee ; Brown Eyed Women ; Black Throated Wind ; China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Mexicali Blues ; Brokedown Palace ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Loose Lucy ; El Paso ; They Love Each Other ; Weather Report Suite Prelude > Weather Report Suite Part 1 > Let It Grow Morning Dew [13:35] > Playing In The Band [14:58] > Uncle John's Band [8:#09] > Playing In The Band [6:36] ; Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo > He's Gone > Truckin' > Wharf Rat ; Sugar Magnolia Besides, wasn't the first Playing > UJB > Dew > UJB > Playing two shows later on 11/10?
I am listening to this show right now and there is a Space between Drums & Truckin' I am extremely Grateful for this sight and the archive JS
where's 4-28-91 ?
The notes say the show started at 4:30 am. Time is a foggy thing, but I remember it starting later. Fire on the Mountain and a sunrise came about the same time. The show was buzzed by a private plane, definitely in full sunlight.
ooo - ooo - oooo, nothing's gonna bring him back..... Seems like it's been a really LONG time since I offered corrective measures for 10/26/72, 10/28/72, and 12/6/73. When will the setlist revisions occur? If you need the specifics again, please let me know.
You have the Stir It Up Jam listed in the "Notes", but don't show it in the setlist. It was played after>Terrapin >before Drumz. Thanks.
This comes from the most recent Dead Podcast from KOPN. The url is http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod051608.mp3 The notes say that this is a newly released soundboard. This is the SECOND set which is the only set they have. Kick ass Playin' too. Grateful Dead - November 15, 1972 Oklahoma City Music Hall - Oklahoma City, OK Promised Land, Ramble on Rose, Mexicali Blues, Brokedown Palace, Playin In the Band, Big Railroad Blues, Me & Bobby McGee, Wharf Rat, Sugar Magnolia, Not Fade Away->Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad -> Not Fade Away E: Johnny B. Goode
I am sure I remember them playing Brokedown as an encore at this show. I remember because I was hanging up at the top of the hill w/my friend Jim who was having a difficult trip & this song was so appropriate since we were both going our separate ways after the show. It was touching. I never saw him again in fact, but hope he's well.
There is no listing for the Vegas Silver Bowl show on Sat. 4-27-91...... They played 2 vegas shows that year, not just the 1 listed (4-28-91) . Both shows were strong that year, and the 1st set on 4-27-91 ended with a fine version of Might As Well, with Garcia really getting in some good yelps at the end of the tune......
Scarletfire SLC is right..... The encore was Brokedown Palace, a perfect way to cap one of the finest performances I ever heard.... The band was on fire during that Phoenix-Denver December run, and i will remember those 5 shows fondly forever..... Matthew
appears to be missing from the Songs section. Or at least if it's there, it's not filed under C where one might expect to find it. Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
You have this show listed as being at the Seattle Center Coliseum.I recall it being at tthe Seattle Center ARENA, these ar 2 different buldings on the same grounds, The Arena being an 8,000 seat venue as opposed to the 15,000 seat Coliseum. I actually recall this show pretty vividly as it was my 1st GD show and was prior to my indulgence in any sort of experience enhancing substances. This show marked me for life. I do believe the correct venue was the ARENA. Thanks Robert Swanson
As ds points out on the page for this show, the location was Columbus OH, not Berkeley. See GD: The Illustrated Trip, plus the fact that they were in Pittsburgh the day before and Lexington KY on the 21st.
BoneYou have this show listed as being at The Music Box in Nebraska, it wasn't. I was at this show, along with half a dozen friends, in Kansas City, Kansas, (Soldiers And Sailors Memorial Hall) and I remember it well. The Dead opened for Iron Butterfly that night.
I'm pretty sure Unbroken Chain was done in the set (of course, what could be certain about what went on in a Dead show.....). It was memorable because this couple up near the front started heading for the ground in full on gettin' it on mode, but the song didn't last quite long enough for them to fully consummate the deed (we considered writing the band to suggest lengthening the song in performance more often).
Sorry if I've worn anyone out already asking about this show, for which there's no apparent listing. I'm new to the site and just stumbled on this forum.Yes, May 1968. I was 19, had heard the 1st Dead album, and thought, "No big deal". We had Cream and Hendrix to keep us busy back then. The Dead came on around 1:00 a.m., I believe the last of about 4 or 5 bands in what the school called a "dance concert", though the small number of us left by then just sat on the gym floor. They did some stuff from the 1st album, much of what showed up later on Anthem, and Lovelight (to end their set, I think). I walked out dazed and happy, and a fan forever. Can the show be added to the list? It really needs to be there.
Debutante Ball is listed as 09-22-66 DEADLISTS lists this as 09-02-66 I recently recieved this photo from the SF Examiner Archives The back of the photo shows that it was filed on 09-06-66 and the NEWS CLIP that the photo appeared in is dated 09-05-66 which would make it hard for the GIG to have taken place on 09-22-66 a review of the SF EXAMINER 09-05-66 would probably clear this up definitively here are the images of the front and back of the photo and the NEWS CLIP CROPPED http://www.lonestardeadradio.com/deb1a.jpg http://www.lonestardeadradio.com/deb2.jpg http://www.lonestardeadradio.com/deb2a.jpg enjoy this nice fresh image of bobby
http://www.dead.net/show/march-19-1973 I did not print and compare, but the set lists look similar to 3/15/73, and the poster for the nassau run only shows dates on 3/15 and 3/16. 3/15 was my first NY show, spring break first year in college, it was amazingly electric, band was on fire, they came out wearing "urban cowboy" wear (locals were referring to as "newdie suits" or "newty", i believe an area western wear vendor.) This was the era when for the Eyes jam, they'd huddle around in a semi-circle on stage watching each other and just jam the shit out of it, The dude abides ... ,