Grateful Dead

War Memorial Auditorium - September 26, 1973

War Memorial Auditorium

September 26, 1973

Buffalo, NY US

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Notes:

final "Sing Me Back Home" - Doug Sahm opened

Set List:

Here Comes Sunshine
Beat it on Down the Line
Deal
Looks Like Rain
Tennessee Jed
Mexicali Blues
Loser
Big River
Brown Eyed Women
The Race Is On
Row Jimmy
El Paso
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Around and Around

Playing in the Band
Sing Me Back Home
Me and My Uncle
He's Gone
Truckin'
Eyes of the World
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
Sugar Magnolia

One More Saturday Night

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my second show

Only six months after seeing them for the first time, the Dead came back to War Memorial. This show seemed to last forever. So much music it was hard to digest. And so much new music I couldn't help but be intrigued: Here Come Sunshine, Eyes of the World, Weather Report. Eyes convinced my jazzbo friend, Simon, that the Dead were valid musicians (and having Ellis and Fierro on horns, squonking out their best Pharoah Sanders impressions didn't hurt, either). During Weather Report I understood that the the fading summer Weir was singing about was the summer of love. It felt like I was slipping through a slamming door. Awesome show.

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September 1973 Buffalo Show

I read with interest your comment that the show seemed to go on forever-I'm from Niagara Falls and I was there that evening and if I'm not mistaken I think the show was billed as two two hour sets.At any rate it was very long and whether the got two two hour sets exactly we won't know but one of my favorites!

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War Memorial Auditorium - September 26, 1973