Grateful Dead

Dillon Stadium - July 16, 1972

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Dillon Stadium

July 16, 1972

Hartford, CT US

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Average: 4.6 (7 votes)

Notes:

first "Half Step"

Set List:

Promised Land
Cold Rain and Snow
Black Throated Wind
Sugaree
Playing in the Band
Tennessee Jed
Jack Straw
Deal
Mexicali Blues
Stella Blue
Cumberland Blues
Me and My Uncle
Mississippi Half-Step
Sing Me Back Home

Ramble On Rose
Truckin'
drums
The Other One
He's Gone
The Other One
Looks Like Rain
Sugar Magnolia
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
Hey Bo Diddley

Johnny B. Goode

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first show

Me and the steleto boys all got togeather for this incredible extravaganza koolaid started pooring hells angels asked us to take off our jackets they were burned quickly we had no clue !then the fun startedhot hot everthing riots were going on in hartford but you would never know it the wall of sound was wiggling all over the place jerry was in fine form allman bros. joined the maylay incredable sparks started flying ludes were distributed during oncor otherwise i dont beleve we would have ever landed begining of a wonderful long strange trip

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Joined: Jan 9 2010
He's Gone"

U.S. debut of "He's Gone". We named it "Duane's Song" after hearing the chorus and then having the Allman's come out and play. We thought it was a tribute to Duane! "Nine mile skid... he's gone," etc. Called it that for years after we knew better. Funny how that happens.

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Joined: Aug 20 2011
Long hot summer days . . .

15-years-old, in a crowd of friends with my bewildered girlfriend in tow. Blistering sun, young women taking off their tops, exhausted hipsters with heads wrapped in wet towels. Some iconic moments: a spacy Other One, and endless Casey Jones, and of course the Allman Brothers jumping the stage. But even then, I could tell something wasn't quite right. The absence of Pigpen was huge, and the finale seemed more like repertory than psychedelic exploration. They were still the Dead, and well worth camping out overnight for, but there were some definite chinks in the armor.

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Sounds like one to remember

Anyone goy a copy of this show??

iGrateful

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Dillon Stadium - July 16, 1972