Boston Garden - June 28, 1974
June 28, 1974
"Jam" contains "Dark Star" hints and "Space"
Set List:Mississippi Half-Step It Must Have Been the Roses Jack Straw Beat it on Down the Line Deal Mexicali Blues Tennessee Jed Me and Bobby McGee Loose Lucy El Paso Sugaree Around and Around Sugar Magnolia Scarlet Begonias Big River To Lay Me Down Me and My Uncle Row Jimmy WRS Prelude WRS Part 1 Let it Grow Heaven Help Jam U.S. Blues Promised Land Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad Sunshine Daydream Ship of Fools
Attendees of this show
gogoroth, gaurigemma, stooch, Dov, danmarmo, sabram, Boston-Bob, pj1621, Leggs4, drc456, ddam, chicagomarc, agiprintguy, Ihopedonnajeanshowsup, DancingSingingGirl, oregondedhd, Katimae, darkstar0000, cinamongirl, DireWolfStudios, gratefulbehr, RoadKing Ray, ramblin_cassidy, RickyO1957, Raeb Gnicnad, lamarred664, DeadheadDave8153, ChinaCatSon, Boston Pilgrim, Cosmic.Wimpout, Leggs2, HONDO, MIKIO_56, oldgratefulman, cherub, UncleBruce1971, carlaplattwatercolors, stove46, jzias, craig maceachern 2 dustyrose, wolf, tiedyebob, gregp123, gr8flsquid, churninern, Eli Polonsky, 1DEDHED, LazyLightnin, deadheadead, NCassady2, ChakraDocMyles, grtfullife, cryptical1, jdwilgus, Mark_W, deadhedave, MAXROD, almanac, Sueshi, aud
chose this US Blues to celebrate '07 Independence Day.
Jam>U.S Blues is tops.
I higly recommend DP12 as a way to capture such a great night. In more ways than one.
Would have loved to have been there for this.
Happy and Safe 4th to you all.
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
I was a college student and attended this show, at the old Boston Garden. My fondest memory of this show was the rendition of Tennessee Jed. It was slower than usual and suffused with the 'magic' that visits the great shows.