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Tinley Park IL 7/23/90

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.....

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The Knick 3-24-90 Let the Good Times Roll

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.

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Hampton 3-27-88 Space>So What

Set 2 opened with a short Space followed by a short version of Miles' So What. Personal observation, backed by tape.

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South Carolina Halloween '85 Drum Solos

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.)

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Spectrum 3-29-87 reprise

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.

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Frenchy's Nightclub - Warlocks? Dead? Phil....?????

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!"

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09-10-1985 wrong song

Good Time BNlues is actually Never Trust A Woman

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11/2/77 - wrong city in details

http://www.dead.net/show/november-2-1977

Details show Cincinnati, Ohio. Should say Seneca College, Toronto. What an epic show...

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http://www.dead.net/show/november-3-1991

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.

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http://www.dead.net/show/february-14-1968

First Set: I have "Morning Dew" starting the show off

Second Set: I have "The Other One" > "Cryptical Envelopment" > "The Other One"

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