Winterland Arena - June 7, 1977
June 07, 1977
"Funiculi Funicula" tuning before "El Paso" - "Jingle Bells" tuning before "Scarlet"
Looks Like Rain
Friend of the Devil
Music Never Stopped
Fire on the Mountain>
Samson and Delilah
Around and Around
Uncle John's Band
Attendees of this show
aikomark, papainferno, jamessoai, chocolope023, deschamp52, ziphler, nitecat, Dealin' Dave, MDB52, mindglow, samba, Malbuff, andychatfield, Sugarmagkauai, blake wood, stevenmorley, smarcus, JimmieJi, Row-jimmy, meggyo58, Doctorpat, bncasey744, meme1, garyd54, winterland12, Rosinbagger, MadDog in Denver, earthballeric, johnburton, steve2973, Big Al Bradshaw, stevehead, mcrosno, okeedeaddave, streamline, jonod, Larree, MissReddin, ffej55, Rainbowjohn, hmdavis, geraldmmcclain, foxtail, corrycorry2005, tilesteve, Chfsfan, Icky and Red, fenerio, jerry not garcia, westking101, hfntuna, spaceck, Gypsy Cowgirl, Skjellyfetti, Scarf-Juggler, KSDead, carlaplattwatercolors, bsea41, Deaddad, crypticalenvelopmint, threesaints2003, mustawas, westsiderider, Ouizzzl, granfallooon, juicediva, Lindy8018, wolff, jupe, dupreediamond, Gr8ful, JayLif, drchampagne, Zomby D Wulf, Old Nughuffer, tonstar, poorboy, rleeb727, gtoles1, ddodd, DrkStr, atomicknot, DarkStar-TheOtherOne, bear7140, Bruce Rogers, almanac, freeform
Know I went to two of the run of three. In my mind this was one of the best ever Candyman's, Jerry's peircing leads on the bridge were the most intense. anyone else share this memorey.
If anyone has a copy of this show and would be willing to make me a copy, please contact me! Thanks so much.
and had a preview on the 4th at the Fabulous Forum. Jerry and the rest of the boys were in rare form and having the time of their lives, coming home after a legendary spring tour. Exeptional. I still remember Phil cranking up some bombs and his efforts changed the gravitational pull in Winterland to make it a lateral push. Phil bombs were compressing my chest and lungs in time as I melted with the circus there. Some fun in those daze!!! Thanks for the reminder.
take care, Tim
kristyn, check your pm ;o)
I got these on tape and converted these to CDs before I knew this existed. But I saved 100 dollars.
Went to this one. Went with a couple of friends.
Nothing much to write about. I do remember Phil having trouble with his bass and heard this thing which is later called "Funiculi Funicula".
Left show during Uncle's. Hey I wanted to stay but my friends didn't!
This summer's run got a little crazy.
We were jammin' up and down 101 from Mendocino to The City so much, I lost track of which one of these shows I missed. But I do know we missed one because we blew-up (yet another) engine on my VW bus. I ended up trading Medi-Cal stickers to a mechanic with bad teeth to rebuild this last one. Hey, the seventies were by hook or by crook!
By this time, I was a lean and healthy hippie sharecropper, with the world by the tail (so I thought), little did I know . . .
Nothing super memorable about these shows, we were all getting a little tired.
But wait, the best is just around the corner . . .
These three shows are all smoking in my mind they are the encore from the long spring tour that just ripped up the country. So many great shows threw the winter and spring of 77.
Just Winterland alone is a great year. let alone all the other amazing shows sandwiched around all these Winterland shows.
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6/9/77 Winterland Arena San Francisco CA One of the very best Jerry vocals during Franklins. at the 12 minute mark in case anyone wants to check it out. " COME ON COME ON "
12/27/77 Winterland Arena San Francisco CA
12/29/77 Winterland Arena San Francisco CA Bertha [6:48] > Good Lovin' [5:51] ; It Must Have Been The Roses [7:02] ; Sunrise [3:41] ; Playing In The Band [16:15] > China Cat Sunflower [5:35] > I Know You Rider [5:18] > China Doll [7:32] > Space [1:43] > Drums [3:58] > Not Fade Away [8:43] > Playing In The Band [4:20] REALLY? This just does not let up
12/30/77 Winterland Arena San Francisco CA
Weir was having trouble with his onstage rig, to the point where he aimed a kick at the offending equipment. The rest of the group played this bouncy little Italian number to further tease him and amuse the audience. The next night my buddy called out a request for "Funiculi Funicula," and you could tell who had been at the first show by whether they laughed or not.