Winterland Arena - June 8, 1977
June 08, 1977
Set List:New Minglewood Blues
Brown Eyed Women
It's All Over Now
Ramble on Rose
Eyes of the World>
The Other One>
Not Fade Away>
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad>
Johnny B. Goode
Attendees of this show
firstname.lastname@example.org, aikomark, papainferno, jamessoai, chocolope023, purplekush023, ziphler, nitecat, Dealin' Dave, timnaustin, MDB52, samba, Malbuff, JasW, andychatfield, kolamjr, Sugarmagkauai, blake wood, stevenmorley, remert, JimmieJi, UpTil4, Doctorpat, bncasey744, garyd54, winterland12, Rosinbagger, MadDog in Denver, earthballeric, johnburton, steve2973, Big Al Bradshaw, Curticus, stevehead, mcrosno, okeedeaddave, streamline, jonod, Larree, Missi Lynn, MissReddin, ffej55, Rainbowjohn, hmdavis, kgetta, foxtail, tilesteve, Icky and Red, padrig, blackclouds, westking101, spaceck, Gypsy Cowgirl, Skjellyfetti, kennyw, Scarf-Juggler, KSDead, carlaplattwatercolors, bsea41, Deaddad, crypticalenvelopmint, mustawas, westsiderider, tigerstrikes, Ouizzzl, granfallooon, grt4dead, Straw, Wino, juicediva, Lindy8018, The Othe One, wolff, JayLif, drchampagne, Zomby D Wulf, Old Nughuffer, tonstar, slaidlaw, DrkStr, atomicknot, DarkStar-TheOtherOne, bear7140, Bruce Rogers, almanac, freeform
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.
Brokedown Palace encore.
Listened through the side doors, remember hearing Sugaree, sounded good even out on the street.
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