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10/28/72 > Cleveland Public Hall

 

Set One: 
The Promised Land ;  Friend Of The Devil ; 
Jack Straw ;  China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Mexicali Blues ; Box Of Rain ; Me And Bobby McGee ; Candyman ; Me And My Uncle ; Sugaree ; Playing In The Band 

Set Two:  
He's Gone ; El Paso ; Don't Ease Me In ; 
Greatest Story Ever Told ; Brown Eyed Women ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Attics Of My Life ; Big River ;  Dark Star > Sugar Magnolia ; Casey Jones 

Encore: Johnny B. Goode 

Filler: The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion) Rob K drums on Filler

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Personal highlights and other notes:

 

Most of the 1st set, actually. But the Playin was Top Notch 72 style. Yes, have some.

Happy Birthday Ellie between sets

"That poor bastard dies everytime" - Eaton, after El Paso

Don't Ease! and Big River!

I counted 28 beats to BIODTL, and sure enough the show was 10/28/72, so my counting skills, like the Playin, are still in top notch shape

"Send that one out to Robert Hunter" - Jeff, after Attics

Dark Star's notes I jotted down as they happened: good start, lulls, verses, slow purposeful Dino-led space jam, funk jam, space jam, disjointed jam, Eaton leaves, Skip jam, Eaton returns, Skip-lite jam, meltdown/feedback, Sugar Mag.

JBGoode and Two Souls were the perfect ending.

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