April 15, 1970
Attendees of this show
I think this was billed as "The War Moratorium" concert. I believe it was Quicksilver, The Airplane and the Dead. Maybe it was Big Brother instead of Quicksilver but it was incredible. I was staying at a friends flat next to the Airplane house on Fulton and when I got up to ride my motorcycle back home to LA, Marty Balin was just coming in. We talked briefly and I hit the road.
Tuesday, April 14, 1970
"Moratorium tomorrow - Dead, Airplane & Quicksilver at Winterland. Have $2.50 saved. So far."
Wednesday evening show, Quicksilver, Airplane, then the Dead.
WOW! This was one of two Moratorium shows that I attended that were held after marches to stop the Vietnam war. Opened my eyes to the vast possibilities of music taking you along for the ride. Drove up from Santa Cruz and back along Hwy 1 with the Dead playing on in my head. Priceless.
Entire first set is SMOKING.
Cold Rain & Snow, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Mama Tried, It's A Man's World, Candyman, Hard To Handle, Cryptical Envelopment -> Drums -> Jam -> Drums -> The Other One -> Cryptical Envelopment -> Dire Wolf, Dancin' In The Streets, Turn On Your Lovelight -> Not Fade Away -> Turn On Your Lovelight
I like to know what happened on any givin night the dead played and had heard rumors the Airplane also played this night along with maybe another band so I am posting this from suragmegs.
Winterland-San Francisco, CA
Disc 1: We Can Be Together, Mexico, Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon, Other Side of This Life, Audience, Greasy Heart, Crown of Creation, Come Back Baby
Disc 2: Emergency, Have You Seen the Saucers, Somebody to Love, Wooden Ships, Audience, 3/5 of a Mile in One Second, Volunteers
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Winterland, San Francisco, CA
source: d1 - unknown sbd
d2 - unknown aud
2 Too Far
3 Warm Red Wine
4 The Truth
6 Long Haired Lady
8 Pride Of Man
9 Edward The Mad Shirt Grinder
1 Who Do You Love > jam > Who Do You Love