The Spectrum - September 21, 1972
September 21, 1972
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Black Throated Wind
Big Railroad Blues
Ramble On Rose
Playing in the Band
Beat it on Down the Line
Friend of the Devil
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
Not Fade Away
One More Saturday Night
Attendees of this show
gogoroth, Mfg, guit30, uptownww, Dov, Mr.TheEleven, Spilly72, LarryGross1, honestbob, strunz4u, jjl, rocknreel, drc456, Greydad1, Double-Zero Sol, stlablu1, Jon Yoder, Ihopedonnajeanshowsup, digitunes, whisperdog, Ridergirl, maisenberg, deadheadii, DireWolfStudios, RATDEW, bchestney, chirodeadhead, redeft, jasia52, pather, jocelyn, dloehr, dupree49, Two Canes Michael, Bill Stratton, Ted S, dsb824, jgarcia12857, carlaplattwatercolors, mickyfun, Glass524, wolf, beak, JonJll, churninern, RowJimmy70s, chefaug, Mike S -Singing in the Band, scullroses, billm, suzy creamcheese, Jeffrey Silk, TrishHC, mcleary, ItsADryHeat, bkind-fg2all, mikegordon, jdwilgus, mfackler, dmhdead, RJDMD, RZ12-4-71, bgr8fll, snoone, waynecs, Chuck, MAXROD, aud
I was 14 also, went with my best friend and his older brother and gf. I still have that ticket stub. What a night. I twirlled my ass off that night and have been dizzy ever since.
I like long walks, especially when taken by people who annoy me!
as with my first in "69" this was with a group of friends from
PSU@ state college, pa. we were all on the bus this night
don't know how we made it from state college to philly.
And i'd have to look at the set list to tell you what they played.
However it was a great freekin time!!!
He loves the Dead and all of all his stories this is my favorite, how they played for 5 and a half hours and the wall of sound... It all sounds awesome, but at the same time it makes me sad that I'll never get to experience it the way he did.
This was a strange show for me had not had any sleep in 48 hours.Was real buzzed i remember a guy in the parking lots selling TRIPS.
My first show was in 1976 at the Tower Theater outside of Philly, I was 17 at the time. However Europe ’72 was my first exposure to the Dead and I just loved the whole album and, all the music from ’72 has been very special to me ever since.
This show was on my home turf so, I feel I have some connection to it, I saw them there so many times over the years. However, this show is no doubt unique, not only due to how well they played (probably the best Dark Star that I have ever heard), but the length of the show is unbelievable. It’s so great to read some of the stories from the folks that were there. Thanks!