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http://www.dead.net/show/october-17-1983

The song played before the start of the 2nd set was actually "Fanfare for the Common Man"
by Aaron Copeland. It was used as the Olympic theme song. Jerry's nod to the venue!
The "2001" theme song (also sprach zarathustra)is similar but not what was played.
I was there, and can be heard on tapes, though I haven't found it on any archive recordings

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http://www.dead.net/show/july-28-1982

Since you listed the CC Rider tease before Lazy Lightning... I think it only fair to include th St Stephen tease during space. I was there, and it is clearly heard on any recording on the archive. After Spanish Jam, leading into Not Fade Away. There was a group of people walking in front of the stage carrying a sheet with "St Steven" and a skull & roses painted on it.

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Missing show between Low Library and Central Park

On May 4th, 1968, the band played SUNY - Stoney Brook - in the middle of Long Island. It was some sort of end of semester "dance". There was a cake backstage because it was Sunshine's 2nd birthday, which someone set firecrackers into at some point.Can't say I remember the set list, though!

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Typo

Landover',
No apostrophe necessary :)

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October 31, 1969 concert at San Jose State College

I was part of the group of students who booked this GD show on Halloween 1969 to celebrate the opening of the new SJSU College Union. The poster image on this listing is wrong. The poster for the concert was by Scott Peterson and was a dark forest scene with a devilish ghoul cavorting around a fire in an evil woods, and I have a copy of that poster. Please fix this. I'm a hardcore Dead Head and saw about 15-20concerts, plus I own over 50 of their concert CDs.

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http://www.dead.net/show/june-22-1976

Not sure this qualifies, but the Roll Out The Barrel just before Eyes is pretty significant as a number. Your call.

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Yea.....what he said

Yea.....what he said

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The 30 trips around the sun USB

I have a Major important question
about the USB
Besides the fact that the USB
is the same price as the box set,
the fact we don't get the book
is an issue,
but I know you won't
be doing anything about that....
which honestly kinda sucks
Given the cost to produce the USB package
vs the cd package (but still charging the same don't seem right, if your being honest with yourself....you should agree)
Most importantly.....
Will the 2nd sets of these shows
run uninterrupted ?
CDs fade out at end of disk two
Fading back into disk three.....
l hate that,
can't sit back and chill to a second set that way!
The reason I bought the USB
is so there would be no breaks
in the middle of the sets
like the CDs will obviously be.
This is probably a major issue
for all people buying the USB
(Even though there is only 1,000 of us)
We don't get the booklet or the fancy box
But that's not a problem,
if they run uninterrupted
I did not want the CDs
for that reason (and storage too)
as well as wanting 24/96 resolution (sweet)
Has this question been brought up by anyone?and I hope you guys were smart enough
to master the USB as uninterrupted shows, unlike the CDs
(more work for you guys but you are charging enough for this package now dubbed "BOXILLA")
I truly will be disappointed
if there is breaks in the middle of a set
This issue will be a major problem
I'll want my money back
if they are these interruptions, so.......
Look forward to a response
Thomas A. Violagis Jr.

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rain 6/30/95

I'm very glad to hear someone else felt the rain at exactly the same time they started...not close, not near, but EXACTLY. when i relay that story, i think people believe i am exaggerating. the rain set for the pouring rain was way too cool, too much fun. too sad it was too near the end for Jerry.

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http://www.dead.net/show/july-8-1966

I have a CD that has the following songs for July 8, 1966:

I Know You Rider
Hurts Me Too
It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Dancing In The Street
In The Midnight Hour
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Lindy (Should be: Overseas Stomp?)
Stealin'
The Same Thing

The problem is it's listed as the Avalon Ballroom. Any help or clarification would be much appreciated.

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