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05/17/77
Memorial Coliseum (University Of Alabama) - Tuscaloosa, AL

Set 1:
New Minglewood Blues
Mississippi Half-Step
El Paso
They Love Each Other
Jack Straw
Jack-A-Roe
Looks Like Rain
Tennessee Jed
Passenger
High Time
Big River
Sunrise
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Bertha
Good Lovin'
Brown-Eyed Women
Estimated Prophet
Terrapin Station
Playin' In The Band
Drums
Wharf Rat
Playin' In The Band

Encore:
Sugar Magnolia

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I’m sorry I missed that one. That set list is all good from beginning to end. I’m tired from dancing and all I did was read the set list. My feet are killing me. I gotta sit down. 

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Thanks for the field reporting, Hardpan.

 

Endless first set w/ Scarlet>Fire to close-- scorching.

 

Jubilee on the horizon.

 

Praise DSO.

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Almost looks like a 73-74 first set....love this show. Sitting out this weekend with a damaged rib, hoping to be whole by next wknd for jubilee. 

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16 minutes ago, Mango said:

Almost looks like a 73-74 first set....love this show. Sitting out this weekend with a damaged rib, hoping to be whole by next wknd for jubilee. 

Yikes - heal up Mango!  I’ll bet you’ll be back in the swing in time for Jubilee !

 

This marathon show also features one of my favorite Terrapins!  Great selection !

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Wow! This show hit a ton of standards from all the eras. Can't wait to see what's in store for tonight!

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The first set was a killer, marathon length at almost two hours. Always love Passenger and Big River, a couple of my favorite dance songs. I figured after Sunrise they might close up with a quick Jerry song, as it was already running pretty long.  Scarlet Fire was a big surprise and left more possibilities for set two. A rocking four song sequence to start set two had everyone moving, and the stand alone Estimated was a nice breather. Terrapin was powerful and majestic, and the Playin intro was a lovely release after getting slugged around by the Terrapin outro. Drums was quick, with Wharf Rat and the Playin reprise to close up the set. Great show, I left sweaty and satisfied, my feet hurt right now 😅 Gotta get myself moving to make a run of junk to the dump and start making my way down there for tonight.

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I think this show gets a bit lost in the insane greatness that was May '77, but as folks have noted it's all that.  Right up there with the best shows of the month.

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