to dgans, he should be able to help you out.
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??????
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.
Archive also says what I said above, anyways great show.
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.
The November 12 1971 show took place at the Municipal Auditorium, not the Civic Auditorium (no such place in San Antonio). Take a look at the poster on that page for confirmation.
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.
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:))
Setlist error for http://www.dead.net/show/august-27-1972. One More Saturday Night is not listed as the encore.
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.
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