Grateful Dead

Freedom Hall - June 18, 1974

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Freedom Hall

June 18, 1974

Louisville, KY US

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Average: 5 (6 votes)

Notes:

only "It's A Sin Jam"

Set List:

Promised Land
It Must Have Been the Roses
Black-Throated Wind
Ramble on Rose
Beat it on Down the Line
Loser
Mexicali Blues
Eyes of the World
China Doll
Around and Around

Loose Lucy
El Paso
Row Jimmy
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let it Grow
The Other One
It's a Sin
Stella Blue
Big River
Tennessee Jed
Sugar Magnolia

Morning Dew

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Wow, what a show

Nice drive down from Oxford, with Pete, skipping out on summer school. We weren't aware of a time zone change from eastern to central, so we thought we'd be late; however, we were early and walked right up to the middle of the stage and waited for the group to come out! donna was mesmerizing and the band was in high gear: Eyes of the World was simply incredible.

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Beat It On Down To My Old Kentucky Home

Nice little touch by Jerry playing a bar or so of "My Old Kentucky Home" during his lead in BIODTL

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What a great set of Venues from the Wall period.

This is one of the best Road Trips yet, its sure to be a classic of the series, what a great time period, from the super sonic, mind melting, body shaking, chest thumping, crystal clear, Wall Of Sound, you cant get this kind of quality these days, someone would balk at the cost. Its all there for us. Im ready, I just wish I could have been there back then, but I cant I was only 3 years old, this is the next best thing! man I love this Band. The Worlds Greatest Band. Im going to sack the post man in the yard and hes not going to know what hit him, he will probably think it was contraband! as hes walking away all trashed but I will be in heaven as soon as the disc spins. thanks so much!!! DarkStarr1971

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6.18.74

Without doubt, one of the greatest shows ever! And my personal favorite ... Dynamic, quirky, and inspired; psychodelic; uplifting and melodious; groovin', bluesy and rocking; lilting and touchingly beautiful in spots - some of everything and masterfully played!

For this is all a dream we dreamed, one afternoon long ago ...

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freedome hall 74

This show is the first Dead tape anyone ever gave me. Fantastic...it is probably my favorite still!

Karma...it's everywhere you're going to be.

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Awesome

They just played this entire show on the Grateful Dead XM station. Simply amazing... Wish I was born earlier!!!!

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Funny u say that because it

Funny u say that because it was al;so my first tape of the dead. Amazing show.

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Freedom Hall - June 18, 1974