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    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.)

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  • October 5, 2018 - 4:27pm
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    Not sure if this is the correct place to post this, so will try here and elsewhere. Hello fellow heads, The first two shows of the new PNW boxed set are incorrectly recorded — the R and L channels are reversed. These two shows were recorded by Rex Jackson, the next show, in Seattle, was recorded by Kidd Candelario and the channels are correct. Not sure how it is that David Lemieux and Jeffery Norman missed this and failed to correct it, but it is not the first time it has happened. There are selections on So Many Roads which are reversed, as well as Dick’s Picks #13 (which is VERY surprising, because it is an 80s show and not only the placement of the drummers in the stereo mix is obvious, but also super-obvious is the placement of Weir and Brent!). Interestingly enough, Dave’s Picks Vol 16, recorded by Kidd, is correct, but Dave’s Picks Vol 21, recorded by Rex, is not — the channels on that one are reversed. Both are 1973 shows. It is easy enough to discern whether or not the channels are correct by listening to the pan of the drums in the stereo mix; for a single drummer show in stereo the hi-hat is panned predominantly in the Right channel and the ride in the Left channel and the toms, when used as a fill, should go from R channel to L and from high to low. If you listen to even just the first song of each first set from the three 1973 shows in the boxed set you can hear the difference between the Vancouver/PDX recordings and the Seattle — listen to the drums. This is a phenomenon I have observed since getting on the bus in the mid 80s. (Several really good shows on youtube have their channels reversed!) I wrote to Lemieux about it a few years ago (he often posts show snippets on Tapers’ Section which are reversed — lots of stuff from 73, and spring 81 in particular, but a good recent example are the two first sets from Ventura 84 which he recently posted). At that time he excused the DP#13 as not being on his watch and indicated that fixing the reversed channels on the snipets was simply not a priority or interest for him. I have written to him several times regarding this current, expensive boxed set, but he has not replied. Some heads on FB have plead the “purist” defense for this, meaning that recordings should be released as they are, but I’m guessing many of these same heads love the Europe 72 and Spring 90 stuff, all of which has been heavily remixed and homogenized to the point of no longer being able to hear the venue/room nor the unique mix of each show; they sound awesome, but from a “purist’s” POV are certainly not accurate historical documents…so I see no reason why the production team wouldn’t correct a recording error such as the channels being switched unless they simply did not notice it due to lack of interest, lack of attention, lack of mindfulness. If you can hear the difference and feel, as I do, that this incredible music should be represented as best as possible, please email or tweet Lemieux at vault@dead.net or @lemieuxdavid and let him know.
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    Does anyone know when and where GA entrance will be at Dodgers Stadium, and whether there will be a line up? Thanks! Nobo73
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    September 24, 1991http://www.dead.net/show/september-24-1991 The set list here says "Baby Blue" (It's All Over Now, Baby Blue). My tape says "(Used to Love Her) All Over Now". With my ears I heard It's All Over Now, the Bobby Womac song (http://www.dead.net/song/its-all-over-now), not the Dylan song (http://www.dead.net/song/its-all-over-now-baby-blue).
  • February 19, 2018 - 4:20pm
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    Missing Set List
    There is no set list for the 23rd & 24th listed. There is a set list shown for the 22nd, but not the next 2 shows. Please fix?
  • November 18, 2017 - 3:29pm
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    I think that the correct order of songs for the third set is as follows: Slow Train Comin' Stuck Inside of Mobile Tomorrow is a Long Time Highway 61 Baby Blue Ballad of a Thin Man John Brown Wicked Messenger Queen Jane Approximately Chimes of Freedom Joey All Along the Watchtower Times They Are A-Changin' My source is I'm watching it on YouTube.
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    I think One More Saturday Night was the last song, Casey Jones the encore. Other way around on the site. I remember the lights going on and the smoke ffrom the end of the show wafting behind the stage.
  • July 27, 2017 - 4:04pm
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    Just a note for those interested in show http://www.dead.net/show/june-21-1980 Cap. Center MD. Bruce Hornsby sat-in with the band. Awesome accordion riffs!!! First time I saw him. I thought everybody was booing the band, then Bobby announced his presence I realized it was Not a "Boo" but the crowd cheering "Bruce"
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    wrong image
    The show here, http://www.dead.net/show/june-11-1976, has an image for summer tour 95
  • March 7, 2017 - 5:47pm
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    A friend shared a show in which the band played a song by Bob Dylan, "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again." It's from the Capital Centre in Landover MD on 9/5/1988. I came here to see if they did it at any other shows, and was surprised to see a couple of things. First, I couldn't find the song right away because the title is listed incorrectly as "Memphis Blues." That needs to be fixed. Also, if I recall correctly, there were notes for songs saying which shows they were played at. That seems not to be the case anymore. I could be wrong about that, but not the first issue. Thanks
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    Second set was hot up til the encore, first time I heard Day Job, and unfortunately it wasn't my last...
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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.)
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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...
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The location of the Copps Coliseum is Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Not in Ontario, Ca.
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Husband and I attended show in Byran Burn Center (spelling may not be right), East Rutherford New Jersey Fall 1984 can't remember exact date but remember I was hughly pregnant but wouldn't miss it. Daughter born Jan 1985. Please help! couldn't find it in the shows from that time.
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That would probably have been October 17/18 of 84 at the Brendan Byrne Meadowlands Arena. Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
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this is blowing off my mind frame...i remember telling jokes about the security looking for a crazy person without knowing how. keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune, OXOX Merple Reddin
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(God DAMN they party good thar - all social sets levels) Touch of Grey New Knew Mingle Wood Bluez Row Jimmy Used to Love Her (Butt Its All Over Now) Brown Eyed Women Masterpiece Bird Song Promise Land "Still perfect after all those wierds" ohs China Cat Know You Ryder A pause - then... Sure Don't Know (Wot I'm Goin Fo) (shown on my list as "go for it, for sure") He's Gone Percussion / Space Goin' Down the Road (feelin' baaaad) I Needah Miracle (every day) Mr. Fantasy Hey Jude E: Black Muddy River keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune, OXOX Merple Reddin
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The Clark University show currently listed: http://www.dead.net/show/april-20-1969 was the Dead's second appearance at Clark University's Atwood Hall. There is documentary evidence for this in the soundboard recording, during the pre-set tuning, when someone (Phil?) announces "The last time we were here it was a total disaster." He is referring to their previous visit, probably on January 7, 1968, that was cut short by a couple of power failures. I've detailed this visit in a post on archive.org where the recording is now available: http://www.archive.org/details/gd69-04-20.sbd.lutch.4992.sbeok.shnf However, in case this disappears, I've included an excerpt (below) There was an earlier Dead show at Clark, the prior academic year, which is missing from the database. I was a Freshman in the fall of '67. The Dead made their first appearance at Atwood Hall in late '67 or early '68. They performed a lot of material from Anthem although it had not been released yet. I was sitting near the center aisle when all of I sudden, maybe 40 minutes into the set, Paul MacGalliard goes running down the aisle towards the stage. That's funny, I thought. I wasn't used to seeing Paul, a man of significant size, move so fast. I was working with the theater group, learning stage lighting, and Paul, who was a year or two ahead of me, tolerated me and taught me the ropes. Suddenly I realized that all of the little red lights on the guitar amps had gone out. The Dead had blown out the power, but I was so entranced, I didn't even notice. The stage lights were still on, they were on a different circuit. The band members all picked up percussion instruments and just kept playing. (Maybe this was not the first time this had happened). They kept jamming until Paul threw the breakers and the power came back. The Dead played a while longer until the circuits heated up and they blew the power again. It was no use, they excused themselves, and promised to come back, which they did in April of 1969. We had new power lines in Atwood, installed especially for them.
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Greyfold couldn't find her show from the Fall of 1984 because the Brendan Byrne Arena keeps changing its name. It's listed on the website as Meadowlands Arena (which is probably a good way to identify it, given the name changes). There were 2 shows in the fall of 1984, October 17 and October 18.
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I see that Mr. Pid previously located this for Greyfold. Sorry for the duplicate post.
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I'll give credit to the post below...but I noticed the wrong title for the second song in the second set (should be "Rain", cover of the Beatles song). My source is that I was there and remember singing "Rain...I don't mind!" as well as being soaked all day in the lot. Thanks for your efforts to consolidate all of this info. - Dan On October 15th, 2008 sean smith said: The title to the second song of the second set is "Rain'. The song was put out as the b side for the single Paper back writer. "The rain song" on the other hand was a led zeppelin song, for those who would like to hear the orig. Thanks Sean
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I attended one of the August 19-21,1968 shows and Albert Collins did not play. It's A Beautiful Day played those shows. It was my first Dead concert, I was 16, and it totally blew me away.
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I attended one of the August 19-21,1968 shows and Albert Collins did not play. It's A Beautiful Day played those shows. It was my first Dead concert, I was 16, and it totally blew me away.
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I attended one of the August 19-21,1968 shows and Albert Collins did not play. It's A Beautiful Day played those shows. It was my first Dead concert, I was 16, and it totally blew me away.
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Correction to Frost August 21, 1983 set list. It show Bobby be Good as the encore, when Baby Blue was the encore, but since we were all burnt to a crisp after a rippin show that we could not leave. I kept yelling at the stage that we were still owed a Bobby be Good since we were shorted an encore at the May 13th 1983 show at the Geek in Bazzerkley. So that put's BobbybeGood as 2nd encore and the world was put back in balance since was had an encore shortage to that point. And be fore we could leave some guy broke out his silver jewelery to sell to the non mobile ones such as myself. as I said it was a rippin show and we were fried out. So I had to ask this gentleman merchant of silver one question. Do we get Ginzu stake knife's with the jewelery? So sad he said that his UPS shipment of stake knife's had not come in. Did I mention that this was a rippinshow
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The latest release of 2-14-68 includes as bonus material Viola Lee Blues and GMLSG (not on the circulating tapes) and indicates they were played at this show. Any idea of the song order? Same for all the other bonus material on 2-14-68 (Road Trips Vol. 2, No.2)
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Hi....I'm too lazy to go through and find out if this has been reported before but I'm pretty sure the set list for this date (March 28 1973 at Springfield Civic Center) is bogus. Source would be the several recordings of this date to be found on archive.org. I was alerted to the problem because I used to have a vinyl bootleg LP with "The Love Each Other" from a Springfield '73 show on it. When I joined dead.net I tried to find this show on here, but couldn't dig up any Springfield shows with that song in 73, or in any other early 70s show. Thought maybe my memory or notation of the Springfield '73 date on the album was wrong, but eventually I found this date on archive.org and there was the beautiful TLEO I'd remembered all these years. I thought you'd just left that one song off but closer inspection makes me think the whole set list for this date on your site is f***ed as there seem to be numerous other discrepancies. Since the set lists on archive.org all seem to match, I'm pretty sure what you have is erroneous. Keep up the great work and thanks so much for this site and all you do to keep Dead music alive and kickin'.
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This isn't a biggie....but when searching under Venues you list a single New Hampshire venue: Hannover New Hampshire. Unfortunately when searching under Dates what you find is Thompson Arena (which was at Dartmouth College, in Hannover). This took some research and head scratching to find one of the concerts I attended, going back and forth through the years trying to find "Hannover" and of course it's not there. Eventually I found the Thompson Arena date that I'd remembered attending by literally going through the Dates and clicking on anything that looked possible (I knew it had been in some field house or hockey rink or something similar). The date for the concert in question was May 5 1978, but if the Dead played at Dartmouth other times in this venue I assume the "problem" would exist for those dates as well.
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far as I know, 5/5/78 was not only the only show ever played in Hannover, NH, but the only show the Grateful Dead ever played in New Hampshire. if I am wrong about that, apologies, -- someone, PLEASE let me know. matter of fact, far as I know, the Grateful Dead played in EVERY state of the good o'l US of A. peace.
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oh, and: setlists.net allows you to search by state, dates, years alone, so if you kind of remember which years you was touring, you can get a pretty good idea of the shows you saw and where. that is, if like me, you never really kept stubs, and have a spotty memory from some years... another cool feature, is you can search by song title, so if you are SURE you saw some song, but can't remember where, you might be able to pin it down. that can be a bit more troublesome, because you have to know the just exactly perfect title of the song.
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Set list is wrong. The second set opens with CC Rider then China Cat Sunflower then I Know You Rider. Source: recording from show
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My friend and I attended one of these two shows at The Auditorium in Chicago. He believes it was August 24th. We made a stereo cassette tape of part of the show. The notes on my tape indicate it was August 23rd, but this could be wrong. Despite what others may have posted elsewhere, for 37 years this was the only tape available of the August 24th show, and we did not make it available to anyone else before 1996. Any tapes circulating are copies of this tape. Neither of the set lists corresponds exactly to what is on our tape. Since I am not certain which date it is, and it is possible we might have not taped all of the beginning of the concert, and definitely missed the ending (an usher demanded our cassette recorder when he found out what we were doing), it is confusing, but the tape indicates these songs were played at least in this order. Since a new August 24th tape is now available, having been rescued from the Godchaux's houseboat, and the August 23rd soundboard tape surfaced as well, could someone fix these set lists? Here is what is on my tape: Mr. Charlie Sugaree El Paso Next Time You See Me Bertha Me and Bobby McGee Cumberland Blues Big Boss Man Got No Chance to Lose Her Promised Land China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider Casey Jones Truckin' Quadlibet for Tenderfeet Bird Song Some drumming from the space jam Not Fade Away/Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad Thanks! Rick Stenquist
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The Crystal Ballroom show was on 2/3/68, the South College Gym show was on 2/4/68. The date under the 2/4/68 show listing erroneously says 2/3/68. "Come with me or go alone, he's come to take his children home"
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You omitted Jack A Roe in between Monkey and Cassidy. Source: Archive.org URL: http://www.archive.org/details/gd80-12-06.cantor.clugston.5478.sbeok.sh… Setlist should read: 1. Banter / Intro 2. Dire Wolf 3. On The Road Again 4. I've Been All Around This World 5. Monkey & The Engineer 6. Jack A Roe 7. Cassidy 8. Birdsong 9. Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie 10.Ripple
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The Dead are listed as playing Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA on June 24, 1967. This was 1976, not 1967, as the setlist clearly indicates. There is an entry under 6/24/76, so this entry can be deleted, if the person's comment is moved over. I realize this inverted 6>7 may be the "date bug" you refer to, but here you go anyway. Corry
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/www.dead.net/show/february-27-1990my mom was playing in a band at the time called Balafon Marimba Ensemble and they also played this show with Beausolei and Michael Doucet. if you go to wolfgang vault they have a backstage pass from this show which shows the bands that were opening. here is the link http://www.wolfgangsvault.com/dt/grateful-dead-laminate/OCA900227-A-LA… rock on!
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I was listening to Sirius 32 and they were playing the 6/24/73 show from Portland, Oregon. The url on Dead.Net for the show is: http://www.dead.net/show/june-24-1973 I noticed something not right in the setlist early on, I tuned in at 11:13 (central time), just in time for Mexicali Blues, but I don't think they could have played: Half Step You Ain't Woman Enough El Paso Stella Blue Greatest> Bertha Mexicali That's what Dead.Net shows as the start of set one, but there's no way they could have played that many tunes in the first 13 minutes. I wasn't paying too close attention to the set until I realized that Jack Straw was playing and it wasn't listed in the set list on Dead.net at all. I cross reference the set list during the Sirius live shows because I can't wait to find out what the next song is and this way I don't have to be in suspense! They played Jack Straw before Sugaree. That is for certain. Anything before Sugaree I would double check. I wasn't paying that close attention before Jack Straw... OK, still listening to Sirius, first set complete and looks ok from Jack Straw up to the break. Jack Straw Sugaree Race Is On Row Jimmy BIODTL China Cat> I Know You Rider Around Looks like the top half of set one on Dead.net belongs in the second set. Second Set (How it was played on Sirius) Miss. Half Step You Aint Woman Enough El Paso Stella Blue Greatest Story>>Bertha BIG RIVER!! (I listen to Sirius concerts everyday with Dead.net opened to the date so I can see the set lists, but it's nice to have a gem played you weren't expecting!!!) Dark Star>>Eyes>>China Doll Sugar Magnolia Encore: One More Saturday Night So that was the second set. I don't know where Promised Land fits in, possibly set one opener, I missed it. So you need to verify the opener up to Jack Straw before Sugaree. Promised Land?? Mexicali TLEO L. L. Rain Box Of Rain Big RxR Blues Jack Straw Sugaree Looks like the show will be replayed on Sirrius if you need further verification, I'll do my best to re-listen and re-submit an accurate set list, otherwise if you have the power to grab a copy from Sirius that would be best. Next Broadcasts are: 09-03-09 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time or 09-05-09 at 3:00 a.m. Eastern Time You only have to listen for the first half-hour or so, just up to Sugaree. Hope this helps.
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the set list on dead.net lists post space as miracle>stander on the mountain>sugar mag. stander on mountain was definitely standing on the moon. simple mistake but big difference in the song. thanks for all the hard work that went into making and maintaining this great site. peace-btwind13
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No show on this date....many comments to that effect on page, and I really don't think a complete show was erased from my memory. There were no three show runs at Soldier field from 1992-1995.
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No show on this date, many comments to that effect. My memory is also pretty good, and I was at every show at Soldier field from 1992-1995, and I only remember 2-night runs at that venue. Twitter, Facebook, LiveJournal, Dead.net , if you expect me to keep up with all of this crap, you're crazier than a s*&#house rat....hah. (with defiance no less!)
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Wrong Venue on this date.. Grateful Dead played Soldier Field on this night. Shows were in July because of the Football (Soccer) World Cup matches in June. Hot...Hot....Hottt!!!!! I remember a truck with 4 nitrous tanks and a PA system blaring Rick James.... Twitter, Facebook, LiveJournal, Dead.net , if you expect me to keep up with all of this crap, you're crazier than a s*&#house rat....hah. (with defiance no less!)
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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.
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AK Hi folks, 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.
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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.
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http://www.dead.net/show/october-24-1971 10/24/71 - Easttown Theater - Detroit, MI Problem: No setlists. Sugar Magnolia Deal El Paso Tennessee Jed Jack Straw China Cat Sunflower>> I Know You Rider Playing In The Band Black Peter (Equipment Failure - Jokes) Candyman One More Saturday Night Casey Jones Truckin' Ramble On Rose Mexicali Blues Dark Star Bobby McGee (Dog Jokes - Equipment Malfunction) Cumberland Blues St. Stephen Johnny B. Goode Source: Sirrius Audience Recording 10/7/09 12:00 ET, confirmed on Archive.org
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Here's a list from a recording with this date on it.set 1 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 set 2 truckin', good lovin', I second that emotion, greatest story, johnny b. goode, uncle john's band Check Out My Orignal Music at myspace.com/salaversano
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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? Thanks,
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clearly you managed to log onto Dead.net just fine and post this, but I will pass it on.
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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]
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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.
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According to the XM broadcast of the 10/26/71 Rochester show, there is no BIODTL between Loser and Rosas Cantinas. For academic researchers to note, too, Deadlists is lacking Jack Straw between TN Jed and Big RR Blues.