Grateful Dead

Cleveland Music Hall - November 20, 1978

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Cleveland Music Hall

November 20, 1978

Cleveland, OH US

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Average: 2 (3 votes)

Notes:

last "Jack A Roe": 06-08-77 [91] - final "World To Give"

Set List:

Mississippi Half-Step
Franklin's Tower
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
It Must Have Been the Roses
Looks Like Rain
Stagger Lee
Passenger
Peggy-O
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication

jam
drums
Jack-a-Roe
Playin' in the Band
Shakedown Street
drums
If I Had the World to Give
Playin' in the Band
Around and Around

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One of the worst shows ever... and for good reason!

The second set started with a jam (unusual for this point in the band's history) until we noticed that Bobby was not on the stage! He appeared to start Playing in the Band, then vanished again until the Playin' reprise. (Note large number of Jerry songs in the second set, with no big rocker after the drums!)

The next night we asked the soundboard crew, "What HAPPENED last night?"

"Oh, Bobby was sick as a dawg! He was puking in the dressing room during the show!"

Glen

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Joined: Jun 5 2007
Totally Disagree

I hate to disagree with a fellow deadhead, but I loved this show.
The fact that Bobby didn't come out for the start of the second set, makes the show unique and Jerry was jamming beautifully. Also, I may be wrong but I don't recall Bobby leaving again once he came out. Go back and listen to the show and I think you will hear Weir playing.
Also, it was only one of three times they played If I had the World to Give, a very underratad song IMHO.
I also rate this Shakedown as one of my favorites.
I do recall that the crowd was a little beat, but I loved this show.
Oh well, different strokes for different folks.

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Joined: Jun 23 2007
I love the jam

Unfortuately this is a show I missed, however had the boot for a long time and loved the jam in the second set. It was definately unique and I've never heard anything like since. Inf fact I hope someone can help me find a download of this show. I keep going to archive.org but they only have streaming. Will someone please help?

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You CAN download the show on Archive

Check the audience recording: it has shorten files you can download and convert to wave. Rock away pal!

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Joined: Aug 16 2007
Can stream the SBD as well

Of the second set opening jam-> If I Had the World to Give.
Show #406 over in the GDH section.

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Show was good cause Jerry carried it out.

Bobby was pucking his guts out.
I stll remeber Jerry just looking over at Bobby with a slight grin and shaking his head...No offese Bobby, but it was kind of funny. Sorry you didn't feel well. As I remember there was no encore. I have to say that I pucked after a show or two also, it must have been the mushrooms and wild trukey 101.

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Joined: Jun 4 2007
Interesting

Show's gonna be on Sirius tonight so I looked it up. Now I'm interested to hear how the rest of the band responded. I'm sure Bobby did his best to pull off the Lazy/Supplication. Did it work? Inquiring minds want to know!

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if the sickness story is true,

bobby is a trooper for sure.

funny thing is, I like this show. maybe not so much after hearing about bobby's emesis episode.

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killer second set!

Maybe Bobby needs to get sick more often as I rank this second set in my 1978 top 3!! Magical from the first note, I thought they were on fire with one of the best Shakedowns ever and the best of the 3 World to Give bar none!!

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Cleveland Music Hall - November 20, 1978