• Gizah Sound and Light Theater - September 16, 1978
    final "Sunrise" - lunar eclipse

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final "Sunrise" - lunar eclipse
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Bertha Good Lovin'
Candyman
Looks Like Rain
Row Jimmy
El Paso
Ramble on Rose
New Minglewood Blues
Deal
Ollin Arrageed
Fire on the Mountain
Iko Iko
I Need a Miracle
It's All Over Now
Sunrise
Shakedown Street
drums
Truckin'
Stella Blue
Around and Around
One More Saturday Night
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This show is tremendous. I definitely was not there, but having recently found a copy I must recommend it to anyone who's looking for a nice twist on the standard 70's set. Jerry plays with a slide on a bunch of the tracks, Donna-Jean sounds phenomenal, and the whole band's just takes their time playing through these classics, with some nice perks like someone meowing after "street cats making love" and Bobby saying "I don't care how many wives or camels you have, you got to have love" during "Good Lovin". Great great stuff.
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never really cared too much for this song because it hit too close to home,but,this is an incredible version!
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ur right schlager this is a wonderful show i couldnt even tell it was donna backin,,sweet backup,, thought till i read ur post that it was someone else backing...like the easy going type nature of the songs candyman great and the deal rocked out...
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  • jeagan
    8 years 5 months ago
    donna
    ur right schlager this is a wonderful show i couldnt even tell it was donna backin,,sweet backup,, thought till i read ur post that it was someone else backing...like the easy going type nature of the songs candyman great and the deal rocked out...
  • ffej55
    11 years 6 months ago
    shakedown st
    never really cared too much for this song because it hit too close to home,but,this is an incredible version!
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    SchlagerFire
    12 years 8 months ago
    Awesome stuff
    This show is tremendous. I definitely was not there, but having recently found a copy I must recommend it to anyone who's looking for a nice twist on the standard 70's set. Jerry plays with a slide on a bunch of the tracks, Donna-Jean sounds phenomenal, and the whole band's just takes their time playing through these classics, with some nice perks like someone meowing after "street cats making love" and Bobby saying "I don't care how many wives or camels you have, you got to have love" during "Good Lovin". Great great stuff.