Grateful Dead

Winterland Arena - November 10, 1973

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Winterland Arena

November 10, 1973

San Francisco, CA US

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Notes:

"Tico Tico" tuning before "Playin"

Set List:

Bertha
Jack Straw
Loser
Looks Like Rain
Deal
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
El Paso
Brokedown Palace
Beat it on Down the Line
Row Jimmy
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow

Playing in the Band
Uncle John's Band
Morning Dew
Uncle John's Band
Playing in the Band
Big River
Stella Blue
Truckin'
Wharf Rat
Sugar Magnolia

One More Saturday Night

Casey Jones

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playin>ujb>dew.uj>play WOW

playin>ujb>dew.uj>play WOW the 1st time

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Yes this is the one 11/10/1973

Yes this is my first show but it is still a blurr.... it was either the 10th or the 11 I'm thinking 10th since mom's birthday was the 11th. I stayed over a friend's and went with him and his bothers to see the DEAD. What my parents will never know, oh sweet 16.

Playing/Uncle Johns Band/Dew Jam can't wait.....

Oh yeah they keep call my name 'barry barry' oh no it's 'jerry jerry'

The Bear 2

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I was there

This was a super show. It was the 3rd time I saw the dead, but the first time I saw them having heard everything they'd released up to that point. I was living at this music school on Jackson St. about a mile north and I went to the show the next night, too. No, the people who ran the music school didn't condone going to rock concerts. Oh, well.
I got in line at 7AM with a loaf of raisin bread and a 6 pack of beer. It was raining pretty much all day. Not a problem. There were already about 30 people in line when I got there. At noon or so it stopped raining so some of us played catch with a football right in the street. One of the other guys in line I recognized when I saw the line scenes in the Grateful Dead movie. They let us in at 4PM; they started playing at 7:30. I was 2nd person back right between Jerry and Bob.
At one point someone threw a rose at Bob. It got stuck between his fingers and the guitar while he switched chords. He didn't even notice it for a few seconds; didn't affect the sound. After the first encore they took awhile (10-15 minutes) before coming back on. We kept making noise and they did Casey Jones, repeating the chorus what seemed like 12 times or so.
Normally I would have wanted to crash after consuming as much 'substance' as I did all day and night, but I felt so high just from the experience that I went home and stayed up until 3AM practicing piano at the school.
Next day I didn't get in line until 4:30 PM.

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w o w

First concert, went w/ some deadicated folks....got hooked right then, forever!

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where to listen

So I had a tape and I am almost certain it was this show- I loved it, I searched this show based on the amazing playin>ujb>dew.uj>playin but how can I be certain before I buy the cd that this is the show? I can no longer go to archive.org because anytime a show becomes a release, they take it off (fair enough) but I dont see on dead net where I can have a listen, nor on itunes. Any suggestions?

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possibly the greatest...

truckin climax ever.

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No added bandage has anytime

No added bandage has anytime accounting one-tenth as abounding songs that are artlessly superb, whether from a melodic, agreeable or affecting standpoint. And as commendations musicianship - well, are there words? I anticipate not!
Frases De Amor / jogos de motos / jogos de corrida

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Winterland Arena - November 10, 1973