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OK grateful dead degenerate consumers (I mean that in a loving way).  It's out

 

3/24/1973 - The Spectrum

https://www.jambase.com/article/grateful-dead-daves-picks-volume-32

 

CD 1

  1. Bertha
  2. Beat It On Down The Line
  3. Don’t Ease Me In
  4. The Race Is On
  5. Cumberland Blues
  6. Box Of Rain
  7. Row Jimmy
  8. Jack Straw
  9. They Love Each Other
  10. Mexicali Blues
  11. Tennessee Jed
  12. Looks Like Rain
  13. Wave That Flag
  14. El Paso
 

CD 2

  1. Here Comes Sunshine
  2. Me and Bobby McGee
  3. Loser
  4. Playing In The Band
  5. Promised Land
  6. China Cat Sunflower>
  7. I Know You Rider
  8. Big River
  9. Stella Blue
  10. Me and My Uncle
CD 3
  1. He’s Gone>
  2. Truckin’>
  3. Jam>
  4. Dark Star>
  5. Sing Me Back Home>
  6. Sugar Magnolia
  7. Johnny B. Goode

 

Truckin > Jam > Dark Star is a legendary jam segment!  Also the first He's Gone played after Pigpen passed away

 

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Not sure if it’s that dark Star or one from the year before, but supposed to be one of the best ever. I saw where DSO was taking suggestions for local classic show for their Philly stop fall tour. I’m thinking this or the year before, or Englishtown, or 3/31/87 but not really the ‘87 show. Gotta go with the early stuff, or Englishtown, or............maybe........

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2 hours ago, Greg from Chestertown said:

Not sure if it’s that dark Star or one from the year before, but supposed to be one of the best ever.

Probably not this one as it clocks-in at a cool 4 minutes.  The one from 9/21/72 clocks-in at about 40 minutes.  Jazz meltdown

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10 hours ago, Greg from Chestertown said:

Not sure if it’s that dark Star or one from the year before, but supposed to be one of the best ever. I saw where DSO was taking suggestions for local classic show for their Philly stop fall tour. I’m thinking this or the year before, or Englishtown, or 3/31/87 but not really the ‘87 show. Gotta go with the early stuff, or Englishtown, or............maybe........

 

Get your shit together Greg!! 😂🤣😂🤣

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