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gogd 6/15/92 Giant's Stadium

Knocking on Heaven's Door

This show which Steve Miller added his oft-used (for 92) locomotive whistle during Drums>Space really blows me over after So Many Roads and before this Dylan cover.

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well, Deadicated, i'd go for 1/11/78 first. a rather enveloping jam before slithering into St. Stephen, but Charlie Miller's admirable attempts on archive.org with 1/11/79, plus a penchant for Estimated/He's Gone/Drums suggests a healthy alternative.
bur after a slinky Gene Ammons and a soulful Sam Cooke, i guess '78 comes a' calling.

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Gene Ammons "Funky" 1/11/57

Sam Cooke "Harlem Square" 1/11/63

Dead 1/11/78 or 1/11/79 Haven't decided yet. Whad'ya think?

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