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!")
(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.)
After Truckin they go back to Playin In The Band for a reprise in the 2nd set.
Source of info: I have a bootleg of this show.
I posted this a couple of times in the past years. This show of February 05, 1969 was at Kansas City, KS Soldier's and Sailor's Memorial Hall. GD opened for Iron Butterfly. There is a recording of this, my first GD show, on Archive.org. https://archive.org/details/gd69-02-05.sbd.cotsman.8993.sbeok.shnf
at end of set Jerry is heard announcing "the Iron Butterly will be on in a few minutes"
It was not at Music Box in Omaha, NE, (approximately 4 hrs. north of Kansas City, KS.)
Listed as Fox theater Atlanta...it was fox theater St. louis...
Sept 20, 1982 my first show. Not too familiar with the newer songs, but I was happy when they did Dupree's since I knew that one. Near the end of the show I'm sure they did Around and Around because I had been in my seat for the whole show and when they started that Chuck Berry beat I was bouncing around in my seat and when Bob shouted out I rose out of my seat Lord I had to dance I spontaneously jumped up and finished the whole show dancing in my seat. I never did that for any other band. I turned to my boyfriend and said I think I like this band. I'm going to go again. Also, for my second show in April 1983 I was incredulous that they were playing a song I only knew from an I Love Lucy episode, Man Smart, Woman Smarter. I'm pretty sure I would have recognized that song if they had done it this night, which I don't think they did. But I'm positive about the Around and Around. Never sat in a seat again after that first show.
I believe the 2nd Set opens w/ Samson, then into Scarlet>Fire.
Dead.net show displays Scarlet>Fire, Samson, Scarlet>Fire.
Second Set: "The Rain Song" should be simply "Rain" (Lennon/McCartney - It was the "B" side of Paperback Writer; released in the U.S. 5/30/66).
I'll never forget... The first drop of rain landed on my arm just as the boys hit the opening chord to Rain. Then the heavens opened up and rained like hell. Too much fun...
Just to let you know there are two listings for this show.
I was my first, and it should be listed twice because it was THAT GOOD! I've always hoped against hope this show would be issued as an archive release. It was amazing.
Hi, here is the setlist from the show:
Help on the Way
Little Red Rooster
Don't Ease Me In
Way To Go Home
Not Fade Away
I Fought The Law
...that this will ever be fixed, BUT there is no Stander on the Mountain at this show. 3rd to last song should read SOTM. Heck, Bruce wasn't even sitting in at this show so who was there to sing it?
The Grateful Dead had a certain penchant for inserting a drum solo in between Let it Grow in the early part of 1976. The following show pages do not indicate the return to Let it Grow, creating the incorrect appearance of a segue into a different song entirely.
http://www.dead.net/show/june-15-1976 (missing any indication of Drums at all)