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Shakedown Street>Estimated Prophet>Eyes Of The World
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A trio of songs from 1973-1978, all three being an important part of the Dead's repertoire since 1978
day17_drhk5vtmkq_shakedown_street.mp3
Providence, RI, Providence Civic Center
These three songs were often slotted into specific spots in the setlist, as many songs were. "Shakedown Street" often opened a second set, and "Estimated">"Eyes" was usually the features jam launching point through the end of the second set.
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A trio of songs from 1973-1978, all three being an important part of the Dead's repertoire since 1978
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day17_drhk5vtmkq_shakedown_street.mp3
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Shakedown Street>Estimated Prophet>Eyes Of The World

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but just a 35 minute trio
yesssss
ok after a quick lookup i see its an easy breezy but great recording. love how you can hear everybody. and go phil!
ok the rest can be more difficult cause they are shutting us down again and i need more to do during the day

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Congrats to JRVSUN.
Word is, that you might celebrate by having "a small wedge of Gorgonzola crumpled on fresh sauteed Morel's" ! Smile Smile Smile.
Back in 2015, one source incorrectly listed these songs as played in the first set.
Typo error, or was Dave just trying to FOOL us? I love the mix on this recording.

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A nice slice of GD! I need to explore more of this year. Good Phil mix here.

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We all must have been good little Deadheads to get a funky trifecta like this today. Woo Hoo!

Another precipitous encore that I just love at this show...and a comeback year for the song.

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Thank you for the EPIC JAM. These are my favorites.

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Now that's a spicy meatball. Mwah! (chef's kiss)

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This one didn't take too long to figure out. They only did this combo a handful of times and I saw this one. It's pretty smokin!

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This was my 4th or 5th show. I have many fond memories at this venue. The little old beast is still going too although the landscape around it has changed pretty drastically (no more free parking lots behind it haha)

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I was 3 years old for this show and remember it well. Ah, just foolin as my parents didn't let me go. As a reminder, I'm still maintaining the Dead Sheet that tracks all of the 30-days offerings back to 2010. It's got some helpful sorting features to can help narrow down searches and the songs are linked to the setlists. In short, DM me if you want it now or at the end of this year's offerings. All the best.

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Apparently no one has made a matrix of this show. It sound wonderful when paired up with the FOB Schoeps source.

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Great suggestion - and it syncs well too. Lovin' it - thanks!

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Holy Brown Note, Batman! No fooling, the bass on that Shakedown Street!

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a lot of events that year. Looking back it was a pretty wild era in my touring...got a bit out of hand.
a few months rest was needed and soon

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group of fans at this show that really want Phil. And Bob's clearly feelin' it. I heard the keyboardist(no obvious clues, obviously), say something like "I can't see the words," or some such 1/2 way through SHAK. Very entertaining overall and the Estimated is really special!

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Some of the clues make sense after you find this one (jfab, moribund :) - my eldest was born in Texas, a month after this concert, and spent a summer in this city studying design. He's now at Boeing designing interiors for the Dreamliner. You can't help but dance along with these 3, makes my day . . .

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And again. Seems like we're getting a whole lot of good openers this year. A hearty sandwich Dave has served up. Still, a second helping of Shake? After that svelte Dark Star I was hoping for a nice extended Other One or a big jam off The Eleven. Ah well, I'll just dream on listening to the continuation of this full offering.

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Is this the correct format for entering the date: XX-XX-XXXX month-day-year?

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Yep, that's it.

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Another one in the bank and today's is from the depths of when I would tour whenever possible and oh what joy it brought us and it continue until today. Thanks for the continuing connection!

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With the hint, got it on the first try! I just peeked through that unique hotel window. Fun jams in this one.

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  • jfab73
    5 months ago
    Easy Enough

    With the hint, got it on the first try! I just peeked through that unique hotel window. Fun jams in this one.

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    Bundubush
    5 months ago
    Rechecked the ticket stubs for the last one!

    Another one in the bank and today's is from the depths of when I would tour whenever possible and oh what joy it brought us and it continue until today. Thanks for the continuing connection!

  • deadbass36
    5 months ago
    Bundubush and D-Rae

    I went with the name given for the venue in the show listing in the archive on Dead.net. Not sure if this is a foolproof method but it worked yesterday.