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Original Recipe 


Set One: Bertha > Good Lovin' ; Ramble On Rose ; My Brother Esau ; Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues ; Believe It Or Not ; Lazy Lightning > Supplication ; Cumberland Blues ; When I Paint My Masterpiece ; Shakedown Street 

Set Two: Corinna > Help On The Way > Slipknot > Tangled Up In Blue ; Estimated Prophet > He's Gone > drums > space > *Rosemary > The Wheel > Stella Blue > Going Down The Road Feeling Bad 

Encore: Rainy Day Women #12 & 35


*  1st time played by DSO

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Boots were of leather
A breath of cologne
Her mirror was a window
She sat quite alone
All around her
The garden grew
Scarlet and purple
And crimson and blue
She came and she went
And at last went away
The garden was sealed
When the flowers decayed
On the wall of the garden
A legend did say:
No one may come here
Since no one may stay
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 Played once by the Grateful Dead, 12/07/68 Bellarmine College, Louisville, ky. Listed on set list as unknown. According to what I just read. 

 Interesting original set list. The band has been pulling off some great shows lately, based on set lists. I wasn’t there. They’re drawing me in, though. 

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Oooh eeee, I like the looks of that show...

Cool to see Rosemary being brought up and out of hiding...



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Wow there are bust outs and then there is the likes of Rosemary.  Maybe someone in the band was listening to the new Aoxomoxoa 50th Anniversary release?!?

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Lovely set list!

Rosemary! I wonder if Jeff ran the vocals through a leslie speaker like on the album?

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