Grateful Dead

The Spectrum - January 5, 1979

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The Spectrum

January 05, 1979

Philadelphia, PA US

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Average: 4.5 (11 votes)

Notes:

last "Nobody's Fault": 10-12-77 [96]

Set List:

Sugaree
New Minglewood Blues
Candyman
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
From the Heart of Me
Brown Eyed Women
It's All Over Now
Stagger Lee
Music Never Stopped

Bertha
Good Lovin'
It Must Have Been the Roses
Estimated Prophet
Eyes of the World
drums
Truckin'
Nobody's Fault But Mine
Black Peter
Around and Around

Johnny B. Goode

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Attendees of this show

Automaticslim, taperdave, hollywood74, Jerry Gillespie, Michael 'woodymoose' McManus, deadfeat1, ElktonHead, ecce homo, rick bennett, the dude 58, IamGrateful, crazy Bear, Burl Brother Skip, joetroy, PaulBurke-JourneyHome, Terrapin Dave, obron, petemx5, DaveStrang, munclemex, hitmeister, billydee, Stardancer, intrepid, pjam, spikean, valleygirl2010, seltz, ktrainor106, honestbob, Ventnor boy, Brizzle, Stealyoursurfbordfromunderyourfeet, CherylB, ndhart, roseagle, corrinaandmarin, rockfan_az, louatchick, Mr.Natural, Mud, AlaskaDeadHead1, Flickster, rcs616, Tooch, DeadHeadDaveMo, tommcgee1, swim2birds, Lionsghost, ppkgmsy, swirlygirl116, digitunes, zombie_wolf, Sir Smile, nicklas59, sandwich girl, st stephen 11, woodymoose, SCDeadhead, serenegreen, deadheadii, New York Guy, jerseyjed369, ruk1nd, kgrmtitus, billytell, jwsamuel, redeft, bobby, aikox2, DinoBam, sunkota, kusinit, burntbabyboomer, cub, aliceDmillionair, Gonzo in TN, brown-eyedwoman, Ami, theQsterdeadhead, mobay2001, WMC Preacher-Rock, Wharfrat1963, BEGGERSPAY, CassidyNY59, Cosmic.Wimpout, AlanSheckter, Nikolai, stealyourboognish, Jack O-Roses, 10sejed, Gary Goodman, estimatedprofits, drkeith, dupree49, WHARFRAT917, cosmicdave, birdiewasthere, rgreene, concertken, Two Canes Michael, JkStrw, grapefuldave, SocietysPliers, Dice, Ted S, dsb824, ujband233, GratefulGigi, eclipse, Mayor of Bay Terrace, jgarcia12857, KingLono, croc, miggon, DedHedMom, mickyfun, Mr.Wooz, Mikey, ribbsey, Uncle Jimmie, seaweed94, deshafe, wolf, jackl921, kazak714, tdewey, gregp123, Terry Tolkin, EnglishtowneAndy, Homer J. Simpson, micgram1999, legionmary, deadglo, HDDave, Brian Jones, lostsailor23, raven0618, fotd313, ScottL57, andyo, jafcpa, gleng1, kdole45, Live Life in Real Time, Jeffrey Silk, Cloud37, mcleary, Queer Deadhead, ItsADryHeat, Tony_S, dalton, bkind-fg2all, mr b, stagger-lee, mikegordon, dgoldstein2, EDupree, jdwilgus, htsspaul, dmhdead, RZ12-4-71, Kenpb, NYLifer, bgr8fll, TERRIPIN, joeybug69, JohnnyD, marlo, BlackandWhite.Peter, kennyony, radar, pomo1, snoone, stu, bradleyg, Post N. Steiner, skllbob, rodger allinson, Spender, sbd61, dzemma, javerv, kuu

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Hillarious - The Wild Ones!

We ended up watching the Wild Ones on television as well - cosmic timing for that broadcast as we climbed down off the walls!

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my thoughts

The show opens with Sugaree, which has a big cut in the 3d solo, and the 2d solo, which is nice, is ruined by Bobby's slide guitar. Mexicali has a fun, excellent solo. Music is cut during the jam and missing most of it (note that apparently only 1 version of this show circulates, see Archive). The solo in Estimated is noteworthy. Everything is pretty well-played, just not many moments. Good show, 7/10

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I got it at this my 3rd show

Couple a grand of mics and yea I got it. Had to bring everyone I knew and set out to do just that. The big Phil notes at the end of Its All Over Now in the 1st was my first real Phil Bombs. Still chasing them.

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The Spectrum - January 5, 1979