• Winterland Arena - June 8, 1977

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  • New Minglewood Blues
    Sugaree
    Mexicali Blues
    Row Jimmy
    Passenger
    Sunrise
    Brown Eyed Women
    It's All Over Now
    Jack-a-Roe
    Lazy Lightnin'>
    Supplication

    Bertha>
    Good Lovin'
    Ramble on Rose
    Estimated Prophet>
    Eyes of the World>
    Drums>
    The Other One>
    Wharf Rat>
    Not Fade Away>
    Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad>
    Johnny B. Goode

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setlist
New Minglewood Blues
Sugaree
Mexicali Blues
Row Jimmy
Passenger
Sunrise
Brown Eyed Women
It's All Over Now
Jack-a-Roe
Lazy Lightnin'>
Supplication

Bertha>
Good Lovin'
Ramble on Rose
Estimated Prophet>
Eyes of the World>
Drums>
The Other One>
Wharf Rat>
Not Fade Away>
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad>
Johnny B. Goode
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This was my second show and the one that got me on the bus!It's a great show, overshadowed by a fantastic performance the following night.
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Listened through the side doors, remember hearing Sugaree, sounded good even out on the street.
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This was my comment on the "Brokedown Palace" encore, published in UPFRONT magazine many, many years later... "There was a night at Winterland in the mid-1970s when, called back by the hometown crowd for an encore, the Dead unveiled "Brokedown Palace". Instead of the usual shouts and whoops of recognition from the thousands of hard-core Deadheads, there was something akin to a huge, collective sigh. For a moment the opening notes of the song hung over the near-silent crowd as if suspended in time; such perfect moments rarely come along in life, and they're never meant to last."
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    Malbuff
    3 years 2 months ago
    "Brokedown Palace"
    This was my comment on the "Brokedown Palace" encore, published in UPFRONT magazine many, many years later... "There was a night at Winterland in the mid-1970s when, called back by the hometown crowd for an encore, the Dead unveiled "Brokedown Palace". Instead of the usual shouts and whoops of recognition from the thousands of hard-core Deadheads, there was something akin to a huge, collective sigh. For a moment the opening notes of the song hung over the near-silent crowd as if suspended in time; such perfect moments rarely come along in life, and they're never meant to last."
  • IceCream Kid
    5 years 2 months ago
    Winterland 6/8/77
    Listened through the side doors, remember hearing Sugaree, sounded good even out on the street.
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    Jason Wilder
    5 years 4 months ago
    Set List Missing Encore:
    Brokedown Palace encore.
  • Straw
    11 years 4 months ago
    Winterland 6/8/77
    This was my second show and the one that got me on the bus!It's a great show, overshadowed by a fantastic performance the following night.