Undoubtedly it's 'Looks like rain.'
'Desolation Row' is a close second.
1st Set: Walkin Blues, Little Red Rooster, Picasso Moon,
2nd Set: Drums,Space, I Will Take You Home (aka I Will Take a Wizz) , Victim ot the Song
ITS GOOD TO BE A BIG GUY WITH A BIG BLADDER AND BIG SWEAT GLANDS----THERE ARE NO PEE SONGS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED! THE WORST SHOW I EVER SAW WAS WONDERFUL.
but did anyone else use 'touch of grey' as the perfect pee break? it was so bouncy sounding i just felt like i had to go.
i also didn't care much for little red rooster - such a plodding downer - it was a good time to walk around and check things out
Well, sorry gang but I elect "One more Saturday night", "El Paso" and "Little Red Rooster" as a time to dash for the john. I did however meet some very interesting people standing in line while waiting at the normal break times, so going was OK then to, but I hate to wait in line. Would usually start "moooooing" and it would break into a full blown cattle cryout. Funny as hell though ( -;
We, are the eyes of the world!!
I always thought that was a good song to cover, however,
it should have been used as a double encore. Not a stand alone.
Alas, no one from the band ever asked my opinion on that topic.
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
not liking black peter really stings...althea would be cause sometimes, though i've come around to liking the song...crazy fingers...always tried to go before the show started anyway and never drank inside...they usually sold draft beer in plastic go cups and draft gives me a crushing headache....
They had bathrooms there? What a concept - a HEAD going to the head. Come to think of it... I do remember going to the "Get High Room" and seeing a lot of porcelain and hearing water running...Constantly. You don't think?..........naaah.
"One More Saturday Night", and to a lesser degree, "Casey Jones", and any other boring, repetitious song, were the preferred ones for me to duck-out on; but really, I usually took my breaks when the band took theirs.
But the only time I ever wanted to leave a show was the debut of I Fought The Law in Richfield Spring '93. After all the hassles we went through and the cancelled show I felt like the Dead were proverbrially flipping us all off with this breakout.