Frost Ampith., Oct 9 '82 is listed twice. See my comment there. Feel free to delete one and consolidate attendee list. :-)
The setlist is missing from this site, I found it on:
Casey Jones, Me and My Uncle, Honky Tonk Women, Friend of the Devil, Cold Rain and Snow, King Bee, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Hard To Handle*, Big Railroad Blues*+, Not Fade Away* > Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad* > Not Fade Away*, Frozen Logger, Mama Tried, Truckin'+ > The Other One+, Uncle John's Band+
According to Deadlists and my copy of the show, the boys opened with Morning Dew. The Dead.net list starts off with Schoolgirl, which actually came second.
"Let there be songs to fill the air."
I would say Bruce where he kinda just played a few times when Vince was there. I don't really consider him a band member. Kinda like Clarence Clemons I've seen him a few times with the dead and he's not a member. Doesn't seem like being the keyboardist for the dead is a cursed position.
All those commemorative shirts mugs etc. say 11 members.
I count 12. Who doesn't count? Bruce? Tom? I just want someone to clarify that for me.
April 10, 1971- Franklin and Marshall College. It's not there. But it happened. There are lots of good AUD masters floating around and I know people who went.
Also a bunch of the 1971 shows don't have set lists. Let me know if you want me to put them together for you.
If you look at the comments following Alabama Getaway on lyrics page, it says it was played once on 23 Apr 84. According to setlist for the 23rd it wasn't but was played 27 Apr 84 at Providence Civic Center as opener. I know this is true was there. Thanks
The "Stander on the Mountain" should be "Standing on the Moon". That is how my tape of the show plays anyway. . .
Get Fried Man
Canta y no llores,
Porque cantando se alegran,
Cielito lindo, los corazones.
I have an old cassette boot of this and I am on some sort of trivial personal crusade to set the record straight about this show ... Joan Baez came out after the Dead finished US Blues and introduced the members of the band, then she called all the musicians that had performed that day out onto the stage, and they all sang a Joan staple titled "Bridging the Gap." So Amazing Grace DOES NOT follow US Blues as stated here and elsewhere ... I can prove it.
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue is the correct encore tune.
Looking for a clean copy of the 2nd set, as my cd has vanished!