Fillmore East - February 13, 1970
February 13, 1970
*appears on "Bear's Choice"
**appears on "Dick's Picks Vol 4"
11:30 show - first "Wake Up Little Susie" - Bear's Choice shows - billing: GD; Allman Brothers Band; Love
China Cat> I Know You Rider
Me & My Uncle
Monkey & Engineer
Wake Up Little Susie*> Black Peter*
Dark Star**> Cryptical**> Drums**> Other One**> Cryptical**> Lovelight**
We Bid You Goodnight
Attendees of this show
bear insists there was only one show a night during this run. i think he's said he would pay anyone who could prove there were two $1K. anyone collected yet?
I'm on the Bear side of the argument, there's no wat they did 2 shows with 3 bands. One thing I've noticed is you haven't heard from anyone in the band about this. The debate has been between Bear and the folks taking care of the vault. Of course they could FINALLY RELEASE EVERYTHING and put the whole thing to rest. These are only considered some of the best shows the band has ever done.
Whenever the Darkstar>TIFTOO>Lovelight happened, it is the best music the Grateful Dead have ever played in one set. And it is even better than that. Maybe one day it will be released in such a way that those three pieces are released in one nice long flowing format to make my ears happier than they have ever been. If you have never heard this Darkstar you are really doing yourself an injustice. This is the one.
i want to hear if this is the right song that i was looking for
I remember Bear's argument a few years and it sure sounded reasonable at the time. However, hasn't this been put to rest? Bear himself selected Good Lovin'~ listed as 2/13/70 from the EARLY SHOW~ for the remastered Bear's Choice, and David put up the Stephen-> Not Fade Away on Taper's Section with this date (along with the following evening's early show Dark Star). So it seems like we're getting it from the Vault's mouth that there were indeed early & late shows. It must've been outrageous.