You have the Masonic Temple show being in Portland, OR. This show was at the Masonic Temple, but the city was lovely Detroit, MI, in fact home to the most famous Masonic Temple in the world...
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.
Never Trust A Woman is the song played 3rd, listed as Good time Blues on >>
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.....
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.
Set 2 opened with a short Space followed by a short version of Miles' So What. Personal observation, backed by tape.
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:
Bill jam with guitarists
(space was in the first set that fun night.)
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.
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!"
Good Time BNlues is actually Never Trust A Woman
Details show Cincinnati, Ohio. Should say Seneca College, Toronto. What an epic show...