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.
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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.
ooo - ooo - oooo, nothing's gonna bring him back.....
Seems like it's been a really LONG time since I offered corrective measures for 10/26/72, 10/28/72, and 12/6/73. When will the setlist revisions occur? If you need the specifics again, please let me know.
The notes say the show started at 4:30 am. Time is a foggy thing, but I remember it starting later. Fire on the Mountain and a sunrise came about the same time. The show was buzzed by a private plane, definitely in full sunlight.
where's 4-28-91 ?
I am listening to this show right now and there is a Space between Drums & Truckin'
I am extremely Grateful for this sight and the archive