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Boston Music Hall - December 2, 1973

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Boston Music Hall

December 02, 1973

Boston, MA US

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Notes:

"Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" & "Beer Barrel Polka" tunings before "Jack Straw"

Set List:

Cold Rain and Snow
Beat it on Down the Line
Dire Wolf
The Race Is On
Brown Eyed Women
Jack Straw
Ramble On Rose
El Paso
Row Jimmy
Big River
Deal
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow

Wharf Rat
Mississippi Half-Step
Playing in the Band
Mind Left Body Jam
He's Gone
Truckin'
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolla

Morning Dew

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ricdicoulous set list !

wow ~ jaw dropping Josh E Bear !!

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Music Halls 73' Yeaaaaa!!!!!

these shows were the best i only got into one but my friends went to all three tough ticket such a beautiful small venue best place i saw them awesome acoustics,,,the recording here gdradio r excellent cept missing some songs ...thx,,,

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Awesome Show

Phil and Bob with some witty banter while the crew fixes the audio. They also dropped the comment that "they dont do some stuff anymore" with Pigpen and Mickey gone.

Crazy show, good vibe and sound. Cant believe no one has put this show out yet.

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38° 51' 52.7544" N, 94° 38' 4.9344" W
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Boston 11/30 to 12/2/73

Sonnydoo:
Much of this 3 night run is on Dick's Picks 14. The 12/1 show is available within our Vineyard, expertly catalogued by Cosmicbadger on a spreadsheet called the Vindex, complete with French headings.

Were you at any of these shows?

http://www.dead.net/forum/vindex

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Boston Music Hall - December 2, 1973