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!
appreciate the heads up.
There are two shows listed for 7-24-94:
This is listed as Riverport, St. Louis, has no setlist, did not happen.
This is the correct show as played in Soldier Field, Chicago
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
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 ...
Deadbase X has the Cryptical etc. sequence on 8-24-71
China Cat/Rider isn't listed for 8-23 or 8-24 - maybe 8-15? or 8-26?
Lots of confusion . . .
"Takes all you got just to stay on the beat . . ."
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
enjoy this nice fresh image of bobby
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.
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).
You 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.