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.)
This is an incorrect date. The first St Louis area appearances were 2 performances at the National Guard Armory, May 24 and 25th, 1968. A local group the PUBLIC SERVICE BLUES BAND (not the Iron Butterfly) opened for the Dead both nights. I attended the second performance, on May 25. (Note that the Iron Butterfly was NOT on this bill with them, but on the Feb 6 1969 appearance at Keil Opera House. The Dead opened the concert, based on the toss of a coin. I attended this performance.)
Attention webmaster please note the one that slipped through the cracks http://www.dead.net/songs?apage=C http://www.dead.net/lyricsby/Robert+Hunter Pages need to be edited to include song & lyrics reference: http://www.hunterarchive.com/files/lyrics/teleprompter.html Gratefully yours, bp _______________________________ "Whoa-oh, what I want to know is; are you kind?"
will pass this on!
Second song of set 1 listed as "Baby Blue"Should be "It's All Over Now" as in "I used to love her, but..." Have a Grate Day!
I am positive this show was in Speedway Meadows, not the Polo Fields.
there's a little sadie from the tapers section from this show in austin, but deadbase and this site as no total setlist or details of the show , can you provide.thanks,
but the links to move to previous and next night are acting screwy. Thanks
Hiya. Where is Rosemary in the song list section???
we will see if we can find the elusive Ms. Rosemary and restore her to her proper place!
For the Next ShowIt says ~ Fillmore West - June 7, 1969 » Ha ha. Do I get a prize. LMAO!!! In The End, We're All Dead!
THAT's pretty funny!
http://www.deadbase.com The Deadbase site, and Dick's Picks, list MANU. This site and my Deadbase VII, have Jack Straw as the second song of the second set instead. http://www.dead.net/show/september-27-1972 MAMU was played on the 26th, Jack Straw was not. In any case, I'd love to know what the actual set list was, and if the Dick's Picks list is wrong, that probably needs annotated as well.
While listening to GD Radio play-back the Cotterell Gym show from Nov. 4, 1977 Hamilton NY. I was reading the comments posted and picked up that prior show was in Toronto, not Cincinnati. Here is what "Tone Monster" wrote that help me catch this venue mistake. I was the "stage manager" for this show at Colgate. Basically in charge of helping the road crew load and off load. As soon as they got there the head roadie asked me if I could get them any drugs. "Like what ? " I asked. Anything; we just came across the border (from Canada) so we have nothing. I rounded up some pot, uppers and ludes from some dealers I knew who were pleased to be providing the Dead with some recreational diversions. Sat backstage for the whole show but don't remember much so it's great to revisit the set list and peoples comments about the show. Cub Sez: Cheers !
There doesn't seem to be a complete recording of this show, but they closed out the 2nd set with Around and Around (with the Johnny B. Goodish instrumental break in the middle).
Did the dead really play at the Fillmore East and at the Pauley Ballroom in Berkeley on the same day? dead.net show list lists them on the same day. Can we get some clarification? Thanks Brett
List shows being in Dallas and Milwaukee on the same date.
List shows being in Dallas and Milwaukee on the same date.
I want to know which songs are on what volume of the apparent six volumes. Of course I do have the list for Volume 1 but want Volume 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 song lists. Anybody know where to find this information?
I click on the show details and there are notes, but no set lists.
There is an error in the song list. The last but one song is Standing on The Moon, not Stander on the Mountain. DeadBase agrees, so does the cd I've just played of this show.
First set had "It's All Over Now" not "It's All Over Now Baby Blue.
Berkeley set up an event for that Sunday, which cause the (last ever) Greek show to be the Saturday (8/19) epic show which none of us will ever forget (killer Wharf Rat)! So there is a "phantom" show or mirror image of your ticket which was Thurs/17 - do not ever listen to a note of this show. My take is the boys knew that the faithful would not be able to make this show due to last-minute travel changes, and subconsciously or not make it forgettable in the extreme. Honestly, it does not even sound like music. As great as 8/19 was and is, 8/17/89 is "a date which will live in infamy." Conversely, 8/18/89, Friday, was a perfectly good show (and I called the set opener, sang it to myself all the way there on BART - true story). Peace, fellow traveller, and get yo'self a copy of 8/19 (it was on KPFA and elsewhere, so there are good copies circulating. DtM
This show is actually February-25-1990 It is listed as January 25th when you look at shows by date. I was there and remember it somewhat...it was that good. hugs, Frankie Lee
Nothing wrong with this date but your missing the Bust Benifit the week before, Oct. 22, 1967 at Winterland. The Dead, Big Brother and QSMS. The Dead only did one set because Jerry was indisposed by the new purple acid that made its appearance at this concert.
They really don't care and won't fix it. I wouldn't waste your time. At least that's the impression I get since they've never fixed anything in 5 years. Sorry to be a bummer.
You made me smile, wilfredtjones. They did fix something for me when the site was new. It was the location of my first show on June 17th, '66. The city listed was incorrect. I remember asking if they are going to take my word on it and "yes, they will, at least until someone comes along and says that isn't correct." I still have the handbill. Peace & lots of Music
Spanish jam actually preceded Wharf Rat (in reverse of the order still showing there; though there was a brief bit of Wharf Rat-yness, instrumentally, in the Other One that Spanish jam came from). Documentation: the bonus disc to the 2012 Dave's Picks subscription.
So where's 3-20-91, Capital Centre 3RD night? Best night of the stand! : ) ***UPDATE ~ ok, found it, but it's not wedged between the correct two shows. Pull it up and you'll see what I mean (or pull up 3/18/91...goes to 3/21 as next show instead of this one). If this is the anyone's biggest problem, the world is safe. But just sayin'.
I don't see a listing for a show I attended at at the Miami Jai Alai Fronton on the Wall of Sound tour.
but do people still play Jai Alai? When I was a kid in LA you used to be able to watch Jai Alai on TV and it was really cool, but I haven't heard a word about it (other than the Fronton) for decades.
We just listened to this show end to end , on a day with cool temps in the 60's. Lots of fun GD Radio Thanks Dead.net
The CRUSHiNG SOUNDBOARD I am enjoying is being broadcast by no other than GD Radio.net. These guys are always on in my world. Any,who when Promised Land, Sugaree were not on the top of this awesomely clear, stereo, simplicity heaven.....capture of The Bears's board..excuse me. The dead.net list needs to add Promised Land and Sugaree to the start of this show according to 2 sources. My Ears and My Eyes -of the world. Cub sez thanks Grateful Dead @ Oklahoma City Fairgrounds Arena October 19, 1973 Set 1 Promised Land Sugaree Mexicali Blues Tennessee Jed Looks Like Rain Don't Ease Me In, Jack Straw, They Love Each Other El Paso Row Jimmy, Playing In The Band Set 2 China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider Me & My Uncle Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Big River Dark Star > Mind Left Body Jam > Morning Dew Sugar Magnolia Eyes Of The World > Stella Blue - encore - Johnny B. Goode (per setlist.com)
The posted setlist is from the previous show in Baltimore 3/26/73). The correct setlist, taken from Internet Archive.org is as follows: http://dead.net/show/march-28-1973 Set 1: d1t01 - Cumberland Blues d1t02 - Here Comes Sunshine d1t03 - Mexicali Blues d1t04 - Wave That Flag d1t05 - Beat It On Down The Line d1t06 - Loser d1t07 - Jack Straw d1t08 - Box Of Rain d1t09 - They Love Each Other d1t10 - El Paso d1t11 - Row Jimmy d1t12 - Around And Around d1t13 - Brown Eyed Women d2t01 - You Ain't Woman Enough d2t02 - Looks Like Rain d2t03 - China Cat Sunflower -> d2t04 - I Know You Rider Set 2: d2t05 - The Promised Land d2t06 - Loose Lucy d2t07 - Me And My Uncle d2t08 - Don't Ease Me In d2t09 - The Race Is On d2t10 - Stella Blue d2t11 - Big River d2t12 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo d3t01 - Weather Report Suite Prelude -> d3t02 - Dark Star -> d3t03 - Eyes Of The World -> d3t04 - Playing In The Band d3t05 - Johnny B. Goode
Set 1 1. //BIODTL 2. Standing on the Corner 3. Mindbender 4. Hurts Me too 5. Viola Lee Blues 6. I Know You Rider 7. I know it’s a Sin 8. Sick and Tired 9. Cream Puff War Set 2 10. Tuning 11. SOTOTW 12. Minglewood Blues 13. Cold Rain and Snow 14. Come Back Baby 15. Silver Threads and Golden Needles 16. Its all over now Baby Blue 17. Good Lovin’ 18. You Don’t have to Ask\\
My show from a vine shows El Paso just before Casey Jones
1978-04-19 Veterans Memorial Hall, Columbus, OH (not Berkeley CA) Thanks!
Judging from this comment I guess I'm becoming one of those G-d dang picky deadheads. Many sources have this show being at Brendan Byrne Arena, I've come to discover that the full name was Brendan Byrne Arena at Meadowlands Sports Complex, East Rutherford, NJ. Now there's a corporate name for the place (which can change every year) that screws up our venues listing, but we can deal with it. I like to stick with the venue's original name on more recent live shows. I know you've heard it before, but, Have a Jerry Christmas and a Happy New Weir!!!
the internet archive says a "far from me" was played between candyman and mama tried...
iI do believe this show concludes with Brokedown Palace...
There is, indeed, an Ontario, CA. It even has a big airport! However, on 3/21-22/90, the Dead were in Hamilton, ON in Canada.
I was in attendance for the three shows at Nassau Coliseum, which we call the "three days in the saddle."The page for this show can not be brought up from page for the prior show 11/01/1979. It shows the next show as Providence Civic Center - November 4, 1979. For the 11/02/1979 page, the previous show is shown as Cumberland County Civic Center - May 13, 1979 and the next show is shown as Kiel Auditorium - December 9, 1979.
We played the first dance Bill Graham had at the Fillmore and almost nobody knows it. This is a chance to set the record straight. My band, the Vipers, played first that night. We were not on the posters, and in the Chronicle the next day Ralph Gleason referred to us as the VIPs. One historian who has dug into it mentions us: http://rockarchaeology101.blogspot.com/2010/03/1805-geary-blvd-san-fran… See the sentence with the link to Mount Rushmore and follow the link. I'm in touch with the other 3 members from that night 47+ years ago. You can interview all of us if you want to fill in the details of how it happened.
thanks for the history.
I always forget that it was not only the first dance at the Fillmore but the Warlocks first appearance as the Grateful Dead. You may be interested in my attempt to place it in the context of a life. I attended the Big Beat Acid Test the next night. A pretty big weekend for a 21 year old, soon to be a Stanford drop-out. At http://sites.google.com/site/edsbriefbio In the long chart below the two short charts See item #4 Rock drummer - 1965-70
Looking for a song list for the Fillmore West February 28, 1969 show
This one was released back in '05 as part of the Fillmore 1969 Complete.2/28/69 Disc Three • Morning Dew (Dobson / Rose) • Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Williamson) • Doin' That Rag (Garcia / Hunter) • I'm A King Bee (Moore) • Turn On Your Lovelight (Scott / Malone) Disc Four • That's It For The Other One: Cryptical Envelopment (Garcia) The Other One (Weir / Kreutzmann) Cryptical Envelopment (Garcia) • Dark Star (Garcia / Hart / Kreutzmann / Lesh / McKernan / Weir / Hunter) • St. Stephen (Garcia / Lesh / Hunter) • The Eleven (Lesh / Hunter) • Death Don't Have No Mercy (Davis) Disc Five • Alligator (Lesh / McKernan / Hunter) • Drums (Hart / Kreutzmann) • Jam (Grateful Dead) • Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) (Grateful Dead) • Feedback (Grateful Dead) • And We Bid You Goodnight (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) P.S. Hockey John has (for the most part) taken upon himself to detail setlists dead.net has failed to include or update. Just browse the comments. Thanks Hockey John! Dead.net bad dog.
2/19/73 int.amphitheatre chicago,illOne more song to add is "you ain't woman enough to steal my man" 1st set. Donna jean at her finest! I was at the show and remeber it distinctly. Thanks Pete