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The Hamilton, Washington, DC- 5/14/19

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03/20/71
University Of Iowa - Iowa City, IA

Set 1:
Truckin'
Loser
Hard To Handle
Playin' In The Band
Bertha
Deal
Me And My Uncle
Next Time You See Me
Me And Bobby McGee
Cumberland Blues
Big Boss Man
Good Lovin'
 

Set 2:
Casey Jones
Sugar Magnolia
Around And Around
Uncle John's Band
Turn On Your Love Light

 

Filler: Brokedown Palace

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Strangely truncated 2nd set, although I'm sure with a big Lovelight. And NRPS (with Garcia) played to open.

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Wow, that's one awesome looking show!

Keep re-creating these gems, still the preference for our DSO crew of 6 who attend your shows.

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Interesting JohnA, Jeff wore a black

NRPS tee shirt last nite.

 

Amazing show, band really laid into

the list.  Big Boss>Good Love, Lovelight,

Next Time, HTH, Pig-O Rama.

What a treat  for the ears to experience

this talented group of musicians.

 

Jubilee on the horizon.

 

Praise DSO.

 

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13 minutes ago, BillK522 said:

Pig-O Rama.

What a treat  for the ears to experience

this talented group of musicians.

 

Jubilee on the horizon.

 

Praise DSO.

 

Pig-O Rama is right!  Holy Smokes.

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Terrific duo of shows at the Hamilton. It was my first time at the venue......I really like it!  It was almost as if DSO were playing in my living room......very comfortable. Very friendly staff!

Of the 2 shows, I preferred night 1. Last night's show seemed like a continuous first set - well executed, but I never really achieved psychedelic lift-off with enough twisted weirdness to send me deep into trance dance land.....not a complaint btw, just an observation.

As always, thank you to the band and crew for my soul medicine.....you always deliver!

 

 

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Second set songs could all be encores....it's an extended encore. How long was it?

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Second set was probably 45 minutes. First set was quite long, so I wasn't surprised. My guess is the Dead played too long for their first set that night and realized they needed to do an abridged second set. I thought the setlist in general was odd. I can't recall ever coming across an electric 2 set Dead show with every song played as a standalone song.

 

Second night at The Hamilton was definitely the better night, and I am not just saying that because it was a Pig-o-rama. I would give it a solid 8/10 and the first night a 6/10. Could've been an even better show if the second set matched the calibur of the first.

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