• Cameron Indoor Stadium - December 8, 1973

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  • Me and My Uncle
    Sugaree
    Mexicali Blues
    Dire Wolf
    Black Throated Wind
    They Love Each Other
    Me and Bobby McGee
    Don't Ease Me In
    The Race Is On
    Brown Eyed Women
    Big River
    Candyman
    WRS Prelude
    WRS Part 1
    Let It Grow
    China Cat Sunflower
    I Know You Rider

    Around and Around
    Ramble On Rose
    El Paso
    Row Jimmy
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    Bertha
    He's Gone
    Truckin'
    Nobody's Fault But Mine
    The Other One
    Wharf Rat
    Stella Blue
    Johnny B. Goode
    Uncle John's Band

    One More Saturday Night

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Me and My Uncle
Sugaree
Mexicali Blues
Dire Wolf
Black Throated Wind
They Love Each Other
Me and Bobby McGee
Don't Ease Me In
The Race Is On
Brown Eyed Women
Big River
Candyman
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

Around and Around
Ramble On Rose
El Paso
Row Jimmy
Greatest Story Ever Told
Bertha
He's Gone
Truckin'
Nobody's Fault But Mine
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Stella Blue
Johnny B. Goode
Uncle John's Band

One More Saturday Night
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My first Dead concert. Very nice show!
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I was young but lucky, this was the show I met Jerry. He had Wolfe made in May and was still jacked about it in December. First guitar he had custom made, paid big bucks 1,500.00 and as I was a carpenter building the stage he was cool enough to take time and tell me about the rosewood on it. Later that night while setting up the Two Towers Owsley directed the men setting up the sound and the show was fabulous. Fun times,Great Memories, Music saturating us, spirits raised, minds expanded,trips galore,onward. What a wonderful building block for me, how does one explain how this positively influenced my life. We are the byproduct of our experiences. Like I said "lucky"The wall of sound did not debut until March 23,1974, there were different versions of big sound systems while developing and the sound engineers plus the guys building the speaker towers coined the "Two Towers" moniker, for the setup on Saturday December 8th 1973.
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The date of this show is listed as Dec.8th but it was Dec 9th 1973. My first show and the anniversary of my dad's death. I found the money to buy tickets the morning they went on sale at Record Bar. I sat in the third row on the side Garcia stood which would have been to my right.Saw many more but this was among the best. They had the Wall of Sound
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    Csmokin_1
    5 years 8 months ago
    Show date incorrect
    The date of this show is listed as Dec.8th but it was Dec 9th 1973. My first show and the anniversary of my dad's death. I found the money to buy tickets the morning they went on sale at Record Bar. I sat in the third row on the side Garcia stood which would have been to my right.Saw many more but this was among the best. They had the Wall of Sound
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    peter@northsid…
    3 years 6 months ago
    Great show
    I was young but lucky, this was the show I met Jerry. He had Wolfe made in May and was still jacked about it in December. First guitar he had custom made, paid big bucks 1,500.00 and as I was a carpenter building the stage he was cool enough to take time and tell me about the rosewood on it. Later that night while setting up the Two Towers Owsley directed the men setting up the sound and the show was fabulous. Fun times,Great Memories, Music saturating us, spirits raised, minds expanded,trips galore,onward. What a wonderful building block for me, how does one explain how this positively influenced my life. We are the byproduct of our experiences. Like I said "lucky"The wall of sound did not debut until March 23,1974, there were different versions of big sound systems while developing and the sound engineers plus the guys building the speaker towers coined the "Two Towers" moniker, for the setup on Saturday December 8th 1973.
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    jlgolden
    8 years 10 months ago
    Nice!
    My first Dead concert. Very nice show!