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Error in the setlist for 9/17/91

First set had "It's All Over Now" not "It's All Over Now Baby Blue.

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http://www.dead.net/show/september-24-1991

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.

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where are the set lists for the shows?

I click on the show details and there are notes, but no set lists.

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30 Days of Dead Volumes

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?

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October 24, 1972

List shows being in Dallas and Milwaukee on the same date.

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October 24, 1972

List shows being in Dallas and Milwaukee on the same date.

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June 21, 1970

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?

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Brett

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http://www.dead.net/show/Dec-22-1978

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).

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http:www.dead.net/show/november-2-1977

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 !

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Stanley Theater 9/27/73 Confusion: MAMU or Jack Straw?

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.

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