I've actually got an answer for you, which is: We don't control that stuff. It is the proverbial user-generated content. iTunes pulls the information from CDDB, which is user generated. The best way to fix this is to enter the correct information in iTunes when you upload the tracks, but keep in mind that thousands of other Heads with different views of proper naming conventions are probably typing in THEIR versions.
Word is that back in the day Gracenote, the for-profit company that owns the CDDB, had the brilliant notion that the record companies should pay them to enter the correct info into the system. Like many brilliant revenue schemes of Silicon Valley startups, this one didn't quite turn out that way.
No setlist is given on the page for this night. Here's one, in case you need it:
One Good Lovin' [#9:20]
Two [1:22:12] ; [0:02 Intro] ; Casey Jones [4:32] % Friend Of The Devil [#2:10] ; [0:17] ; Cold Rain And Snow [5:56] % I'm A King Bee [7:18] > China Cat Sunflower [0:07#] % Jam [#0:57] > I Know You Rider [4:18] % [2:32] ; Mama Tried [2:34] ; [1:00] ; Truckin' [6:00] > The Other One [10:42] ; [0:16] % Hard To Handle [#7:36] ; [0:09] % Big Railroad Blues [5:07] % Drums [0:11] > Not Fade Away [9:11] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [5:40] > Not Fade Away [2:50] ; [0:04] % Uncle John's Band [7:04]
clearly you managed to log onto Dead.net just fine and post this, but I will pass it on.
But how slipshod has the production become at RHINO?
I put the last few releases into itunes, and there is never any consistency in the naming structure of the discs. Since like most folks, I create my Smart Playlist off the Album category, it's a problem when discs are not consistently named.
The new Road Trips show has:
one disc is just "Road Trips Vol 3 No 1"
one disc called "79/12/28 Oakland Auditorium, Oakland CA-RT 3.1"
and the Bonus disc is"Road Trips, Vol. 3 No. 1: Oakland Auditorium, Oakland CA 12/30/79 (Bonus Disc)"
notice the lack of a period after VOL and NO, and the inconsistent semicolon.
The new Garcia release has:
one disc is "The Jerry Garcia Collection Vol 2: Let It Rock"
the other disc is "LET IT ROCK/Keystone Berkeley, November 17 & 18 1975 Disc 2"
Since DEAD NET won't let me log on because it can't figure out who I am even though they send me emails to buy stuff all the time, maybe you could post this in a new thread and see if anyone else feels the same way?
Here's a list from a recording with this date on it.
casey jones, mama tried, loser, big boss man, me & bobby mcgee, bertha, cumberland blues, big railroad blues, playin' in the band, hard to handle, sugar magnolia
truckin', good lovin', I second that emotion, greatest story, johnny b. goode, uncle john's band
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10/24/71 - Easttown Theater - Detroit, MI
Problem: No setlists.
China Cat Sunflower>>
I Know You Rider
Playing In The Band
(Equipment Failure - Jokes)
One More Saturday Night
Ramble On Rose
(Dog Jokes - Equipment Malfunction)
Johnny B. Goode
Source: Sirrius Audience Recording 10/7/09 12:00 ET, confirmed on Archive.org
See more info here:
Europe '72 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands - May 11, 1972 - Where exactly did the Dead play in Rotterdam? It sounds like a no-brainer, but having lived close to Rotterdam for the last 25 years, I have become aware of the fact that there is no Rotterdam Civic Hall (where the show is universally listed as having taken place). Friends who have lived in Rotterdam all their lives claim that there has never been a Rotterdam Civic Hall. So where did they play? De Doelen? That is the main concert hall complex in the city centre.
I just found out that the link for may-26-1993 is twice in,
but the set list for the show on may-27-1993 is missing.
The song listed as "Bound in Memories" is actually on old Bluegrass song called "The Old, Old House". There is a version of Peter Rowan doing it on his CD "The Walls of TIme". Bill Monroe also recorded a version of it in the early 1960's.