Capitol Theater - February 18, 1971
February 18, 1971
First "Bertha" - First "Greatest" - First "Loser" - First "Playin" - First "Wharf Rat" - Mickey's last show until 10-20-74 - E.S.P. show - also: NRPS - this run was recorded for "Skull Fuck"; none of it was used.
Hurts Me Too
Greatest> Johnny B. Goode
Hard To Handle
Dark Star> Wharf Rat> Dark Star> Me & My Uncle
Big Boss Man
St. Stephen> NFA> GDTRFB> NFA> Uncle John
Attendees of this show
johnzias, sanka4u, morloquehamhoquewarloque, itiswrit10, Dr Rowing, Dov, blake wood, Mr.TheEleven, DrRowing, pj1621, dr zevon, Ihopedonnajeanshowsup, lstapes, bobbyozz, DireWolfStudios, marcoseattle, desertgirl, jocelyn, seabum48, Throwin_Stones, deadguest, jzias, Charles Strang, Strider 88, clementinejam, knockinon, NCassady2, RJDMD, Born Cross Eyed, MAXROD, gflded, almanac
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The DEAD must have liked to perform in Port Chester as much as I enjoy hearing them Rock the house there.
A couple hours before the show almost got jumped while I was hanging out along side the Capitol. As soon as I heard "Give us your money" I jumped up and boogied around the corner to blend in with the crowd while one of the three hoods yelled "Look at him, he's paranoid", to which I replied "No I'm not." I last heard,"Come back here motherfucker",as I turned the corner into the crowd of fuzzy, hairy hippies. (I blended right in) The start of a wild night. Close to the stage in front of Jerry. Ned lagin on keys. Mickey Hart on a last go round for a few years. How many new songs? What a night.