Grateful Dead

War Memorial Auditorium - March 31, 1973

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War Memorial Auditorium

March 31, 1973

Buffalo, NY US

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Set List:

Mississippi Half-Step
The Race Is On
Sugaree
Mexicali Blues
Box of Rain
Tennessee Jed
Jack Straw
Big Railroad Blues
El Paso
Row Jimmy
Looks Like Rain
They Love Each Other
Playing in the Band

Promised Land
Bertha
Greatest Story Ever Told
Wang Dang Doodle tease
He's Gone>
Truckin'>
Nobody's Fault Jam>
drums>
Other One Jam>
Spanish Jam>
Other One>
I Know You Rider

Casey Jones

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First Dead show ever for me!

We were very worried that the show might not come off do the demise of pig just a few weeks earlier. But the Dead carried on like true warriors and played a great show. Tennessee Jed and Casey Jones are my best memories. NRPS opened and I love them!

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3/31/73, Buffalo, Dead Show

1st Dead Show I attended, "Truckin up to Buffalo" Buffalo-A good place to be FROM.
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March 31, 1973 Dead, New Riders Show

Great show, people were great. People where talking about the show weeks before it happened. Something about a Grateful Dead show in the old Aud. Some of the kindest people ever met. New Riders were the icing on the cake ! Lots of Acid show was fun.

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My first show, also

Lots of acid, indeed. Great blue blotter from NYC. What a moment in space and time, and what a great place to see the Dead. I started out sitting by myself, but by the end of the night I had 10,000 new friends. Box of Rain, Playing in the Band, Truckin' into The Other One, were high points for me. I still think about this show a lot. The Playing in the Band that ended the first set was a revelation. That was the point where I finally understood what was at the core of the Dead aesthetic. But it was during Truckin in the second set that I realized what was at the core of my own aesthetic.

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War Memorial Auditorium - March 31, 1973