Just like your favorite jam, things are going to get a bit funky on Dead.net over the next week or so. Community accounts will be temporarily closed October 16th-17th and may be under further maintenance through October 22nd. But rest assured, we will be back up and better than ever shortly thereafter. Stay tuned!
Capitol Theater - February 24, 1971
February 24, 1971
E.S.P. show - also: NRPS
Attendees of this show
dubai-escorts-bunnies, bobbybee60, luigi107, sanka4u, morloquehamhoquewarloque, dr zevon, melted 51, Ihopedonnajeanshowsup, lstapes, Deadathoner, DireWolfStudios, marcoseattle, desertgirl, seabum48, jzias, Charles Strang, robsegall1956, clementinejam, MartyWeinberg, knockinon, RJDMD, MAXROD, gflded, almanac
After this show was over I took the train back to the BRONX, I thought. I got on the wrong side of the track boarded the train fell asleep and woke up in Conneticut, with no more money to get back to the BRONX. The conducter gave me a brake and send me back to the city. What a Long Strange Trip.
Me And My Uncle
Next Time You See Me
Me And Bobby McGee
Hard To Handle
Playing In The Band
Good Lovin' ->
I'm A King Bee
Greatest Story Ever Told ->
Johnny B. Goode
New Minglewood Blues
Not Fade Away ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Not Fade Away ->
Turn On Your Lovelight
I have tried to get off on this show multiple times, but it is so low in energy. They must have been truly tired.
GL is decent, as is Sugar Magnolia thru Minglewood. Other than that, it just sits there.
There was plenty of energy at this show, from start to finish.
I heard the newly remastered recording of this show over the Capitol sound system, and it sounded amazing. I suppose that's the best way to hear any show.