Fillmore East - September 18, 1970
September 18, 1970
final "It's A Man's World" - first "Till The Morning Comes" - billing: GD; NRPS - Jimi Hendrix died on this night
Attendees of this show
Going to Dead Concerts was like going to a family and friends reunion. I would see people a had not seen in a long while. What a great life it was back then.
Many people are probably unaware that SUNSHINE DAYDREAM, the coda to "Sugar Magnolia" made its concert debut at this show. Prior to this show, the Sugar Magnolias sounded tentative, and ended rather abruptly (listen to the 8/18/70 version).
Sunshine Daydream developed during the "American Beauty" LP recording sessions at Wally Heider, apparently written right there in the studio.
If my recording is correct -
Acoustic Set: Truckin, Black Peter
Electric Set: Sugar Magnolia, Candyman, Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > The Other One > Cryptical Envelopment > Brokedown Palace, It's A Man's World, Till The Morning Comes, Me & My Uncle, Operator, Dancing In The Streets, St. Stephen > Not Fade Away > Good Lovin' > Drums > Good Lovin', E: We Bid You Goodnight
"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."