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.)
you have the boys in 2 places on the same day, and they were on the east coast at this time, and I'm pretty sure I was at one of them= the fillmore east
appreciate the heads up.
Isn't "Never Trust A Woman" the correct title of "Good Time Blues"? I saw this on the 09/25/81 Stabler Arena show Setlist. I always enter it as Never Trust A Woman on my setlists. "Never trust a woman who wears tight pants ..." Rock on Brent!
enigmadeadhead I cannot view the set list for dec.19, 1994.I think this was the last show i saw before Jerry's passing ,but i can't be sure untill i see the set list. if it is i'd like to order it
Correction: Fire on the Mountain does not appear on the set list on this page. This Lindley Meadows show was one of my favorites. I am sure they played Fire on the Mountain because it is the first place I ever heard it played. I remember remarking to my friend how awesome it sounded bumping along and teasing in its intro and jam. I don't recall how it was placed in the setlist though. Aren't there recordings of this concert to verify what was played from? I remember seeing mics in the air and a mixing board area in the middle of the crowd that had to be negotiated around.
This show is accidentally listed twice! Loveya, Jolie Cloud hands reaching from a rainbow Tapping at your window Touch your hair -- Robert Hunter, "Crazy Fingers"
You have two postings fo 10-29-68 at the matrix. Is the second 29 the 30th? Or were there actually two shows on the 29th???
I was there and I know the encore was not U.S. Blues, not sure about the rest or what the encore was. -ht
I have the biggest problem with this show. Not so much with the set list, nor with the opener. I know the Starship/Airplane (whatever incarnation) opened for them that day. The problem I have is that the concert wasn't held at Lindley Meadows. I remember it being held at Marx Meadow and sitting on the hill overlooking the stage looking down. If you know Golden Gate Park (I've lived in San Francisco since 1973), the only place you can do that is at Marx Meadow. Lindley Meadows is way to open for me to do that. For the last seven years I've worked on the staff of the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival that puts up stages at Speedway, Marx, and Lindley Meadows (90 performers on 5 stages over 3 days) and I know the venue very well. I still think that it was Marx Meadow for this concert. I need to have a little more info to help me prove that it was Lindley Meadow. Thanks. Also, I don't see mention of a free concert that they played at the Cow Palace for an old stereo outfit called Pacific Stereo. They gave away thousands of tickets to the concert but didn't let everyone in and a riot ensued with broken windows and cops in riot gear. I seem to remember a retail stereo show for gear followed by a concert with a couple of bands that included The Starship and The Grateful Dead. Phil was playing on the right side of the stage just above me and the music was really loud with notes coming out of the speakers like bubbles and popping over the audience. Then some lady came out on stage and said that she just wanted everyone to just please go home now. We left the Cow Palace to our car through a line of cops with nightsticks and riot gear - it scared the hell out of us. Anyway, memory gets fuzzy at that point. I'm not sure if the whole weekend was involved or if this was "the big night" or not. I have a feeling that the Butterfield Blues Band is in there somewhere. I don't remember the date though, sorry.
I remember going to that Pacific Stereo free show at the Cow Palace. I think it was 1969, but I'm not 100% on that. What I do remember is that there were lots of fights in the stands during that show. This show was the reason I didn't go to Altamont (another free show), I went to shows for the music and to have a good time, not to get into fights. I've NEVER regretted skipping Altamont.
Check the remarks at the link above for the complete setlist. Best wishes, Gr8fulTed
A couple issues for the 3/5/71 listing: The notes are for the Airwaves Benefit which was on 3/3/71. Also the 3/5/71 poster says the show was held at the Oakland Auditorium Arena (aka the Kaiser). The dead.net listing says Fillmore West. Does anyone if it actually was held at Fillmore West?
This listing is kind of screwy - it says this show was at the Syndrome. The Syndrome was in Chicago so that can't be right. Poster says it was at the Carousel Ballroom (Fillmore West). Also, the "previous show" link takes you to 3/18/71! And the "next show" link takes you to 3/4/70. I know time could get kind of funky at shows but still...
sorry for the repetition - no way to edit my original 3/5/71 post I guess. Anyway, the "previous show" link at 3/5/71 takes you to 2/24/71, not 3/3/71. I'm guessing all the confusion is due to the fact that the 3/3/71 poster actually says 3/3/70 so that show originally must've been listed as 3/3/70. (the ticket stub for the 3/3/71 clearly shows that the airwaves benefit was indeed on 3/3/71 so the poster must be wrong. See http://www.psilo.com/dead/showimage.php?iid=67&text=03-03-71%20Ticket)
The Setlist was as follows I think there was only one set Hard to Handle Morning Dew Cryptical Envelopment>Drums>The Other One>Cryptical Envelopment> Sitting on Top of the World>King Bee Doin' That Rag Turn on Your Lovelight Cosmic Charlie Beat it On Down the Line Im not sure if a second set was done or not, this set looks like a whole show though.
1st Set:Casey Jones Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Cold Rain And Snow Cumberland Blues Easy Wind Weir's Short Fat Little Yeller Dog Rap 2nd Set: Good Lovin' China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider High Time Me And My Uncle Turn On Your Lovelight
hi.clearly, someone just made a typing error here. in your listing for set II, scarlet>fire is erroneously repeated after samson. in other words, here is the correct reading for 2/5/78 set 2: Scarlet>Fire, Samson, Ship of Fools, Truckin'>Jam>Drums>Other One>Wharf Rat>Around and Around E: U.S. Blues peace.
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue is the correct encore tune.Looking for a clean copy of the 2nd set, as my cd has vanished!
I have an old cassette boot of this and I am on some sort of trivial personal crusade to set the record straight about this show ... Joan Baez came out after the Dead finished US Blues and introduced the members of the band, then she called all the musicians that had performed that day out onto the stage, and they all sang a Joan staple titled "Bridging the Gap." So Amazing Grace DOES NOT follow US Blues as stated here and elsewhere ... I can prove it.
If you look at the comments following Alabama Getaway on lyrics page, it says it was played once on 23 Apr 84. According to setlist for the 23rd it wasn't but was played 27 Apr 84 at Providence Civic Center as opener. I know this is true was there. Thanks
April 10, 1971- Franklin and Marshall College. It's not there. But it happened. There are lots of good AUD masters floating around and I know people who went. Also a bunch of the 1971 shows don't have set lists. Let me know if you want me to put them together for you.
All those commemorative shirts mugs etc. say 11 members. Jerry Bob Phil Pigpen Billy Mickey Tom Keith Donna Brent Vince Bruce I count 12. Who doesn't count? Bruce? Tom? I just want someone to clarify that for me.
I would say Bruce where he kinda just played a few times when Vince was there. I don't really consider him a band member. Kinda like Clarence Clemons I've seen him a few times with the dead and he's not a member. Doesn't seem like being the keyboardist for the dead is a cursed position.
According to Deadlists and my copy of the show, the boys opened with Morning Dew. The Dead.net list starts off with Schoolgirl, which actually came second. Thanks. "Let there be songs to fill the air."
The setlist is missing from this site, I found it on: http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=%28collection%3AGratefulDead%20… ********************************************************** Casey Jones, Me and My Uncle, Honky Tonk Women, Friend of the Devil, Cold Rain and Snow, King Bee, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Hard To Handle*, Big Railroad Blues*+, Not Fade Away* > Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad* > Not Fade Away*, Frozen Logger, Mama Tried, Truckin'+ > The Other One+, Uncle John's Band+
Frost Ampith., Oct 9 '82 is listed twice. See my comment there. Feel free to delete one and consolidate attendee list. :-)
Hey this one is not on your list. I was there (mostly) and I have the ticket to prove it. Portland Civic Senter, Postland, Maine. Joan Armatrading opened for the Dead. Space Waffle
You note the only "So What" yet it's not listed in the set list. http://www.dead.net/show/march-27-1988 From your download series Vol 5 it looks to be pre-Sugar Mag http://www.deadnetstore.com/Commerce/ProductDetail.aspx?ProductGuid=fed…
I have one small correction in the set list for 10-10-1981 to make. In the first set, “Big River” was not played. Instead, they played “Feel Like A Stranger”. http://www.dead.net/show/october-10-1981 A scan of my ticket is on this page: http://www.syntheory.com/policult/concerts/index.html And my excellent photos of the show are off of this page: http://www.syntheory.com/policult/concerts/gdead/index.html Keep up the good work; great website, Ken Windish, dead.net member “kwindish”. PS: Should you go to my website and see a photo you’d like to see on dead.net, let me know and I’ll upload it as a fanphoto! email@example.com Peace.
"Takes all you got just to stay on the beat . . ." The page for the 2/25/90 show lists the next show as 3/21/90, when it should be 2/26/90. Thanks for all of the good work - DW
SUNY Stony Brook, Saturday, October 16th 1971 is missing from the 1971 listings. I have the ticket stub. It was a great concert. Authenticate it, if you must, just don't leave it out.
set 1 Touch Stranger F.O.T.D. Materpiece Althea Cassidy set 2 Aiko-Iko> Corina> Other 1> Way to go Home> O 1 jam> Same Thing> D/S> Wave to the Wind> Other 1 (2nd Verse)> So Many Rds> Lovelight -E- Quinn
Set 1Bucket Peggy-O Walkin Blues Ramble on Rose * Way to go Home B.T. Wind *Corrina Set 2 China> Rider Playin> Terrapin> D/S> Miracle> Throwing Stones> N.F.A -E- Box of Rain
It's ALL OVER NOW (Stones) was after half step, not it's all over now baby blue
this venue was not on the 24th; it was on the 26...i was there. the soldier field shows were first, then the riverport shows happened. the soldier field and riverport shows, as they are listed in teh shows page both have a date of july 24th. although i wish it was, that's just not possible. can't wait for the spring tour of the dead! i turn 40 in february...you guys have made my year! i'm on the bus!
Hey Pock-u-way, Minglewood, Candyman, Addams Family, Master Piece, West L.A.,Brother Easu, Birdsong, Music never Stopped. I call Bobby a Lier for saying well bee right back ( bad habit of mine) Second set Maggies Farm-Cumberland Blues-Looks like Rain-Lady w/fan-Terripin-Drums-Space-The Other One-Stella-Throwin Stones-Love Light e-Mighty Quinn. After Love Light some guy in the row behind us reaches down and slaps my chest. Of coure Im stunned and look down at my chest to find a 7 dwarfs sticker. Whoa dude, that's cool and wait for dessert. As they come to the chours Jerry reaches down to had "everyone a dose"
First Set: I have "Morning Dew" starting the show off Second Set: I have "The Other One" > "Cryptical Envelopment" > "The Other One"
It is a minor detail, to be sure, but Los Lobos played at this gig. I believe they were before Santana. Jerry came out and played some licks when Los Lobos did Bertha.
Good Time BNlues is actually Never Trust A Woman
Phils first show? You sure about that????? Thought this was the Dead's first show as Grateful Dead...? Well, anyway you look at it "...at least I'm enjoyin' the ride- Ow!"
There was a Playin' reprise this night between GDTRFB and Black Muddy River. I was there, and tape/archive.org back it up.This was the show that started real late because they had to turn the Spectrum from afternoon wrestling.
I was at the 10-31-85 show at the Carolina Coliseum in Columbia, SC and have an audience tape from Dave Cramer to back it. The normal drums and space this night were replaced by: Mickey solo> Bill solo> Bill jam with guitarists (space was in the first set that fun night.)
Set 2 opened with a short Space followed by a short version of Miles' So What. Personal observation, backed by tape.
The set opener on 3-24-90 in Albany was Let the Good Times Roll, not Good Times Blues. I was there on the risers at the back of the floor.
Never Trust A Woman is the song played 3rd, listed as Good time Blues on >> http://www.dead.net/show/july-23-1990 A footnote should be added indicating it as >> Last Time Played. Also, it is not possible to page backward to the previous show, 7/22/90. Good luck and godspeed with your repair work, as it is 10 pages long now.....
5-26-77 Baltimore is missing from your show database. Deadbase has it listed, and I have a copy of the boards from that night, So I know it exists, but it is not in the database on your site.