Grateful Dead

Broome County Arena - November 6, 1977

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Broome County Arena

November 06, 1977

Binghamton, NY US

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Average: 4.6 (13 votes)

Notes:

"Take A Step Back" before "Tennessee Jed"

Set List:

Mississippi Half-Step
Jack Straw
Tennessee Jed
Mexicali Blues
Me and My Uncle
Friend of the Devil
New Minglewood Blues
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Passenger
Dire Wolf
Music Never Stopped

Samson and Delilah
Sunrise
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Good Lovin'
St. Stephen
drums
Not Fade Away
Wharf Rat
St. Stephen
Truckin'

Johnny B. Goode

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it was magical

I'm from Binghamton, but roadtripped down from school in Ithaca to catch the show - the Arena has never had more people in it (since many didn't have to pay), and the energy was reflected by the band - in the old days of three shows in three nites at three different towns, the third nite was often the hottest show - why ? different theories all make good Dead-sense - my third show - a veteran DeadHead at Cornell tried to impress me with what a big deal it was that Phil stepped up to the mike during Truckin' - he said Phil hadn't sung since Europe '72 ? ? ? it was a special, magical nite and sharing it with my little sister made it even better -wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world

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Yeah, I think this may be my best show ever.

The energy level of every song was stratospheric. Frankly I don’t know how they did it. The Mississippi Half Step is probably the best one ever performed. The Truckin’, which closed the second set, was outrageous. I still remember one of my friends commenting afterwards that it sounded like “Heavy Metal”… Jerry certainly did “bang out” the closing cords.

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review

A bit overrated in my opinion, but still very good. Jack Straw and Music are the highlights of set 1. Jerry skips the "there ain't nothing wrong" verse in Scarlet, launching straight into the solo, excellent 3d run. Fire has a very nice 2d solo, albeit a bit short. Excellent solo in Good Lovin'. Stephen is sweet except for the outro (equipment problems for Phil?). Set loses a little something I think until the set-ending Truckin' revives it. VG show, 8.5/10

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Broome County Arena - November 6, 1977