Stanley Theatre - September 27, 1972
September 27, 1972
Beat it on Down the Line
Friend of the Devil
Black Throated Wind
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playing in the Band
Greatest Story Ever Told
Ramble On Rose
Attics of My Life
Uncle John's Band
Around and Around
Attendees of this show
msmiranda, bobbybee60, sanka4u, uptownww, jerrydog69, pj1621, James Ivory, drc456, gdmcw, ddam, lstapes, rbersoul_1990, willydog, festival0122, Mayor of Bay Terrace, yothedro, pnazz, carlaplattwatercolors, raftingfool, Manhattancenter, Tito714, Mind Bender, kenco, bonz713, PTRS, ChakraDocMyles, vinp1954, snoone
PTRS With the first note of Morning Dew ate a little orange thing after show couldnt find way back to NYC until daylight but well worth it listen to Dicks Picks 11 Show was in New Jersey
Not having a ticket I decided with a friend to hang out. SOLD OUT on the marquee The line entering was orderly. We got to hang out under the marquee. All of a sudden this big dude comes from inside and announced "anyone need a ticket? He was right in front of me. I raised my arm practically in his face. I paid cost. This show made Dick's Picks 11.
Its almost a complete show. The Jack Straw is actually replaced with a Me and My uncle that im guessing is from one of the other 2 nights. At least Im pretty sure.
"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."
Good point, TNHG: Uncle may not have been played on the 27th. The soundboard listed on archive.org does have Jack Straw; however, deadlists.com indicates Uncle after He's Gone.
And of course, DP 11 has the Uncle. Where did the Uncle come from? Since Jack Straw was not played on either 9/26 nor 9/28, I'm thinking it was played on 9/27. Maybe David L can shed some light on what is in the vault??
Just to comment on the MAMU vs. Jack Straw confusion.
My Old Deadbase (VII) lists Jack Straw, as does this site.
But DP XI and the newer Deadbase site have MAMU.
MAMU (according to all the sources I could find) was also played on the 26th.
It looks like it should be Jack Straw, but I've heard a song twice in a three show run before, so it wouldn't be unprecedented. Pity though, as Jack Straw would make a much better show.
Would love some confirmation.
Realize that this is an old thread but an ongoing mystery nonetheless. I broke out an old audience reel that's been sitting on the shelf since about 1977. I dusted off the Revox and was thrilled to see that after a little cajoling it still worked. Sadly it remains a mystery. After the He's Gone there's a cut in the tape and it goes to Greatest Story. No Deal nor Unc or Straw, so we still don't know. Who can find the Legendary Marty? He's probably the only one that can answer this conundrum