Lindley Meadows - September 28, 1975
September 28, 1975
last "The Eleven Jam": 01-16-70  - also: Jefferson Starship
Set List:Help on the Way>
Music Never Stopped*
They Love Each Other
Beat it on Down the Line
It Must Have Been the Roses
Stronger Than Dirt>
Not Fade Away>
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad>
One More Saturday Night
Attendees of this show
nitecat, Dealin' Dave, spino, Cinnabar777, jahfrey, kolamjr, rogcuadra, impossible ronnie, spinyn, Malbuff, my chips cashed in, sugar-y73, Garybegd, Sugarmagkauai, lawrence3, nealbwhite, micshe9, stevenmorley, old goat, Doctorpat, HowlinHippie, ForrestInFallbrook, johnnyventure, a_Wolf_in_Paradise, Clicker, Pax, Phil.Abrahamson, Nannerpuss, Tooch, Eladius55, LadyoftheIsland, jonod, theotherone2, hamptn22, Mick Flaire, moses, Uptown Tommy D, Missi Lynn, Rainbowjohn, hmdavis, kgetta, geraldmmcclain, BILLYPRIMO, SunRayHawk, fenerio, thndrbill, Ungnome, westking101, spaceck, Gypsy Cowgirl, Kvox, bchar, geoffgould, mwulfman, delta, Deaddad, mblackburn, mustawas, Terry Tolkin, pippen, Wino, OtherOne, knockinon, Kurt_van, wavesonsand, Gr8ful, drchampagne, Zomby D Wulf, Bear549, mfackler, tramp, themusicarchive, OlKeeZar, DarkStar-TheOtherOne, Jack O. Hartz, AnDe, bear7140, mandala, Bruce Rogers, weirfreakin, almanac
After missing out on the Kezar show in 73 and my first attempt at a Winterland show in Oct. 74, I eventually finally made it. Twenty feet from the stage when we walked up for the Starship and in a huge sea of humanity for the Dead. Heard about a birth, saw a Hell's Angel stab someone, and had my mind blown. Nothing like a day in Golden Gate Park...
hitched from sunnyvale for this show with pa alvarado,,,had a great time,,,,
hitchhiked home after concert lived in Santa Clara.
This was my very first concert. I was living in SF on Portrero Hill. I was 6 years old and riding on the shoulders of my brother and sisters father! The first time I'd been in a large crowd. It was magical! The energy was palpable and the vibe was fantastic. Who knew that 10 years later I would be collecting tapes and going to every Midwestern show I could.
Memories are so fleeting. I think I heard from a friend that there was a radio announcement about a free show in the park and the Dead were going to play. We hitailed it up from south bay to be sure to be there.
Is this the show where a radio station got a permit for the Starship to play, and the Dead piggybacked stealthly on the permit?
A wonderful day in the park, a treat to hear and see the Dead when they were so rare during their hiatus. It was full of people very crowded.
Too bad by then they had dropped Blues for Allah.