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.
As ds points out on the page for this show, the location was Columbus OH, not Berkeley. See GD: The Illustrated Trip, plus the fact that they were in Pittsburgh the day before and Lexington KY on the 21st.
You have this show listed as being at the Seattle Center Coliseum.
I recall it being at tthe Seattle Center ARENA, these ar 2 different buldings
on the same grounds, The Arena being an 8,000 seat venue as opposed
to the 15,000 seat Coliseum.
I actually recall this show pretty vividly as it was my 1st GD show and was prior
to my indulgence in any sort of experience enhancing substances.
This show marked me for life. I do believe the correct venue was the ARENA.
appears to be missing from the Songs section. Or at least if it's there, it's not filed under C where one might expect to find it.
Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
Scarletfire SLC is right..... The encore was Brokedown Palace, a perfect way to cap one of the finest performances I ever heard.... The band was on fire during that Phoenix-Denver December run, and i will remember those 5 shows fondly forever..... Matthew
There is no listing for the Vegas Silver Bowl show on Sat. 4-27-91...... They played 2 vegas shows that year, not just the 1 listed (4-28-91) . Both shows were strong that year, and the 1st set on 4-27-91 ended with a fine version of Might As Well, with Garcia really getting in some good yelps at the end of the tune......
I am sure I remember them playing Brokedown as an encore at this show. I remember because I was hanging up at the top of the hill w/my friend Jim who was having a difficult trip & this song was so appropriate since we were both going our separate ways after the show. It was touching. I never saw him again in fact, but hope he's well.
This comes from the most recent Dead Podcast from KOPN. The url is http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod051608.mp3
The notes say that this is a newly released soundboard. This is the SECOND set which is the only set they have.
Kick ass Playin' too.
Grateful Dead - November 15, 1972
Oklahoma City Music Hall - Oklahoma City, OK
Promised Land, Ramble on Rose, Mexicali Blues, Brokedown Palace, Playin In the Band,
Big Railroad Blues, Me & Bobby McGee, Wharf Rat, Sugar Magnolia, Not Fade Away->Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad -> Not Fade Away
E: Johnny B. Goode
You have the Stir It Up Jam listed in the "Notes", but don't show it in the setlist. It was played after>Terrapin >before Drumz. Thanks.