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.)
The archives list the next show after this one as July 21, 1974 at Springfield, MA...did they go on vacation for 21 days? I'm pretty sure I saw them with the infamous "Wall of Sound" at the St. Paul Civic Center (St. Paul, MN) sometime during this stretch, but I could be wrong...memories from that period are getting kind of "hazey" if you know what I mean. But, I do remember the show itself well, as if it were somehow etched into my brain with acid...
There are no setlists for 4/5/71 -> 4/7/71 and 4/8/71 is missing. Also, the archive photos seem to have been greatly reduced. Is this problem across the board?
I just received " Vol 1 No. 4 From Egypt with Love " disc and when I went to download the second disc much to my surprise it was a different CD: "Rocking the Cradle 1978 " starting with Jack Straw and ending with It's All Over Now. So though the disc is labeled correctly( 'Egypt with Love" ) it was somehow mixed up with the wrong recording. Perhaps this is a problem of which you are already aware but I don't wish to pay for another copy which may also be incorrect. I am sure I will like the misrecorded CD but I have to say I am rather disappointed.
send me a PM with the details and I'll try to get this straightened out quick.
E: Brokedown Palace
The 1968 Stony Brook gig mentioned above occurred on Saturday 4th May 1968 - ads and reviews in the SB Statesman magazine - only support mentioned was The Incredible String Band but Sarjo01 indicated there were other bands on earlier - makes sense if the Dead did indeed come on around 1am as the gig kicked off at 8PM... Regarding Deadathoner who said: > SUNY Stony Brook, Saturday, October 16th 1971 is missing from the 1971 listings. I have the ticket stub. It was a great concert. Authenticate it, if you must, just don't leave it out. Well, I've been through all the issues of the Statesman for the period and they have no ads or reviews for this - and they WOULD have had if it had taken place on that date - no, they have listed The Mothers of Invention for Oct 16 in the gym, and the next issue after that date had a photo report on that gig so it took place OK. However, that leaves the ticket stub for which I cannot account... :-(
big railroad blues after truckin' before it hurts me too. source: gdradionet broadcast
correction to the previous post I made on Jan. 17, 2010 > june-30-74 WAS the Springfield show...(sorry), the next listed show on July 21 is a California venue... ARE THERE NO RECORDS OF THE ST. PAUL, MN SHOW?
This show is listed as Veterans Memorial Hall in Berkely. It was actually Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Columbus, Ohio. Here is the ticket stub: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jlbnyc/3340329246/in/set-72157614924880545/
http://www.dead.net/show/july-24-1994-0 The dead were at soldier field this night. Two gigs listed for same night.
True that Doc and Son opened. Also, there was a mime who did his thing between sets, accomapnied by Jerry, TC and Mickey just playinig to his groove.I was there, a freshman in college, seen them before in Miami '68, but now primed and ready and chemically prepared.
How could this show be a protest to the Jackson State killings when they didn't occur until the 14th and 15th of May 1970? I would assume this show would be a response to Kent State which happened May 4th, and not the May 14th and 15th murders (unless the Dead has access to precognition or some type of a time machine). hmmm...
In between your listing of Tennessee Jed and China Cat Sunflower, I believe the Dead also played Greatest Story Ever Told. Also Sugar Magnolia ends before the (unlisted) Sunshine Daydream begins, so I'd see the two as separate tracks. I am aware that the Dead often segued from one into the other in other shows, but not here. This latter comment also applies to your listing for Sugar Magnolia on the setlist for the 10 June 1973 concert. My source for this information is a matching pair of AUD and SND recordings of both concerts, which have been doing the rounds of the torrent sites. I was using your site (thanks) as a convenient source for the track names, when I found you appeared to have missed Greatest Story Ever Told. Hope this is useful. Regards and thanks Grrr
I was at this show. It was on a Sunday, not Monday. I was in tenth grade - I can assure you my friends and I did not made the trip from West Palm Beach after school. As a double check, Santana was playing the same night somewhere in Miami - we passed on them to catch the Dead.
Please delete. I can't find any support. Will get back with you if I can.
My stub says show was Sun. Aug 20 3pm Greek Theater. ??
The site says the Aug.17,18,19. It had to be Aug.20th.Any help with this.
Bob Dylan sat in with the Grateful Dead for Baby Blue and Desolation Row. Thank you, and Stay In Touch!
The band opened with Bob Dylan's "Maggie's Farm" celebrating the resignation of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher earlier that day. The crowd went nuts when the heard the lyric "I ain't gonna work on Maggie's farm no more."
I attended this (these) shows. And it was such a great introduction to the American Beauty songs! Super long playful renditons of Candyman, Ripple, Truckin, Brokedown Palace, etc! But I do believe there were 2 dates at this venue, 2 days in a row. I went to both. Some details are fuzzy, but the gist of the qualities of the small flat room that they played in is vivid. There was no stage of any kind, just on the flat floor of one of the school's semi-occupied rooms, maybe a caffeteria or admin bldg lobby. I do remember they setup up against a glass paneled wall, and the folks outside could see them right their in the full lenghth window. It was a really minimal setup. But the sets were magic and so immediate and uncommonly INTIMATE! It was a refreshingly loose concert as was the venue/ low admission price and lots of "alternate entries" to help the poor and starving students, et al.. ...GOOD TIMES, TIMES 2
Unfortunately you have the 15th of March shows listed twice .. and then it goes on to the 17th of March. If you go to the 17th of March it says on that page previous one 16th.. but when you go back it says 15th.. and on the general page of shows listed in 1968 it shows March 15th at Carousel listed twice.
Guys, it is way beyond the time for the remaining members of the group to get together for another concert....The Dead. Please do this for your fans who have followed you forever.
what The heck is going on with the show list. I submit my shows, they don't show,and even if the do they say "unattended." I know I'm doing it according to your riles, bur it is not happiness" Pleas help!!!! Shaun
Appears out of sequence in the previous show/next show area - should be between Veterans Memorial Coliseum April 23, 1984 and Providence Civic Center April 26, 1984, as it does on the Shows By Years list. As it is, it appears like this: Previous Show « Nevada County Fairgrounds - September 18, 1983 Next Show California Exposition Amphitheater - June 9, 1984 OOPS! There may be other inconsistencies in this area. Have fun! And thanks! furthering mandolin consciousness
I have the show from this date at Fillmore West, both from recording notes and Deadbase VI. Also, the 'next show' link is labeled for a show in 1970.
On August 10th, 2010 journeybear wrote: > Appears out of sequence in the previous show/next show area I'm seeing this too. Shows (such as Worcester October 9, 1984) appear in the database, but their relationship to other shows ('Previous' and 'Next') appears to be corrupt.
Werewolves was a separate, distinct, second encore. I know. I was there. And it was my birthday. And, according to my ticket stub, it wasn't the Grateful Dead that played, it was the Greatful Dead.
Hi, There are a bunch of errors to links for previous and next shows. http://www.dead.net/show/november-11-1978 Lists Next as Nov. 14, 78 should be Nov. 13 http://www.dead.net/show/november-17-1978-0 (Loyola) Next Listed as May 7, 79 should be Probably be the Nov. 17 (Uptown) Listed after this one. I don't know which 11/17 show came first. http://www.dead.net/show/may-7-1979 Lists previous as the Nov. 17 Loyala show. Should be May 5. http://www.dead.net/show/may-5-1979 Next: June 28, 79, should be: May 7 http://www.dead.net/show/may-13-1979 Next has Nov. 2, 79, should be June 28. http://www.dead.net/show/november-2-1979 List the Previous show as May 13. Should be Nov. 1 List Next show as Dec 9. Should be Nov. 4 http://www.dead.net/show/december-9-1979 Previous has Nov. 2, 79, should be Dec. 7 Next has May 7, 1980. should be Dec. 10. http://www.dead.net/show/december-10-1979 Previous as Dec. 7. should be Dec. 9 http://www.dead.net/show/november-1-1979 Lists next as Nov. 4. Should Nov. 2. http://www.dead.net/show/november-2-1979 Previous May 13, 79 should be Nov. 1. Next Dec. 9. Should be Nov. 4 This is not all of them. Okay, right now this seems to be just snaking around. I am sure it will all work out eventually since most of the links for the shows are accurate. Tracing and documenting is taking to much time. (It would quicker to fix.) I am capable of fixing this if you like. I am currently an out of work programmer with experience with HTML/XML. This seems pretty basic. Please feel free to contact me. waynomo at gmail dot com Also waynomo at well dot com Thanks, Wayne
I would recommend running an Optimize Tables on the schema before doing a lot of hand editing, especially given the high volume of spamination that's had to go on. Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
Not sure if you are aware but you have Two shows dated March 22 1993 One for Omni which is right and one for Oakland which is from Feb. Thanks for making this all happen because The Road Goes On Forever. Peace:))
The February 21 1970 show in San Antonio actually took place at the HemisFair Arena, where the Spurs later played for many years. (No such place as the San Antonio Civic Center Arena, sorry.) It was a great show: Quicksilver, John Mayall (with Duster Bennett doing a solo mini-set as well), It's A Beautiful Day, and the Dead closing the show with "Turn on Your Lovelight" with the houselights on and a hardcore gaggle of fans on the floor. http://www.dead.net/show/february-21-1970
On the Deer Creek 6-7-91 page after "Need A Miracle" it should say "Standing On The Moon" but it says "Stander On The Mountain" Just trying to keep things consistent with what the tapes say, as well as footage from the day. God Bless
Archive also says what I said above, anyways great show.
Greetings Friends This is the date of my first show, however it is not on the show list. Can this be fixed. The date may be a day or so off. I was 15 and worked at Franklin and Marshell College where the show was held. Namaste Jeff
Grateful Dead Hour (no.?) broadcast a show where Garrison Keillor (vocals), Velma Fry (vocals), Pat Donahue, and John Nieman (with acoustic guitar, mandolin, and piano) sang a medley of "Ripple", "Brokedown Palace" and "Attics Of My Life" (from "A Prairie Home Companion" show broadcast on January 10, 1987)I've searched every which way. Does anyone know what Grateful Dead Hour show number played this selection??????
to dgans, he should be able to help you out.
yetayMy ticket stub says April 15, 1977. Great show, did they change the date that year? Maybe it was the Roses ,yetay
URL: http://www.dead.net/show/march-28-1973 The 3-28-73 that is listed on dead.net is actually the setlist that occurs on 3-26-73. So if you scroll from 3-26 to 3-28 you see the same setlist. Hopefully the Dead.net folks will update the info for 3-28. As a side note: I've always thought the Weather Report Prelude through Johnny B Goode section of this show (3-28) should be considered for a future Road Trips release. The Dark Star from the show is simply stunning!
Show starts with Jack Straw, before 1/2 Step.Listening to the full show on Sirius right now.
This show was in Kansas City, KansasSoldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall 2-5-69 I was there, with several others from my town. An outstanding show. The GD opened for Iron Butterfly that evening, what a very strange night it was.