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2/18/71

Set One: Bertha, Truckin', It Hurts Me Too, Loser, Greatest Story Ever Told > Johnny B. Goode*, Mama Tried, Hard To Handle, Dark Star > Wharf Rat > Dark Star > Me & My Uncle

 

Set Two: Casey Jones, Playin' In The Band, Me And Bobby McGee, Candyman, Big Boss Man, Sugar Magnolia, Saint Stephen > Not Fade Away > Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad > Not Fade Away > Uncle John's Band

 

Filler: Cryptical > The Other One (1st verse) > unknown song > Werewolves of London

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7 hours ago, izaacb said:

2/18/71

Set One: Bertha, Truckin', It Hurts Me Too, Loser, Greatest Story Ever Told > Johnny B. Goode*, Mama Tried, Hard To Handle, Dark Star > Wharf Rat > Dark Star > Me & My Uncle

 

Set Two: Casey Jones, Playin' In The Band, Me And Bobby McGee, Candyman, Big Boss Man, Sugar Magnolia, Saint Stephen > Not Fade Away > Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad > Not Fade Away > Uncle John's Band

 

Filler: Cryptical > The Other One (1st verse) > Season of the Witch > Werewolves of London

Unknown song was:  Season of the Witch - Donovan tune. 1st time played

2/18/71 was the beautiful jam show with the 1st Wharf Rat

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I had a spur of the moment chance to make to down and catch the second set of this show, thanks to the kindness of GratefulDevil, who said he had an extra ticket and sent it to me. After hemming and hawing for a while, Jake convinced me to head down, pick him up on the way, and it was way more fun than my original plan of doing stuff in the basement. Highlights for me was Saint Stephen until the end of the show, great time with an enormous amount of dance space, thanks to (maybe) it being a Thursday night and having Dead and Co playing at MSG. Gotta clean up the leaves and get ready for tonight, thank you again to GratefulDevil for getting me out 😃

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5 hours ago, Tea said:

Unknown song was:  Season of the Witch - Donovan tune. 1st time played

2/18/71 was the beautiful jam show with the 1st Wharf Rat

First Wharf Rat, Bertha, Playing, Loser, and Greatest Story

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1 hour ago, Rbarracoph said:

First Wharf Rat, Bertha, Playing, Loser, and Greatest Story

'Twas a prolific time for the band - wow!

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What's the Grateful Dead's relationship to Season of the Witch?  Is it legal for DSO to play that, and if not how are fines levied? :rofl:

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1 minute ago, Go Birds! said:

DSO Played Season of the Witch in Jamaica with Donovan.

 

Ok - 2nd time played :P

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Donovan sat in with Chris Robinson in Jamaica for SOTW.  We did not know that was coming last night.  Lots of fun.  Great surprise call by Jeff on the fly.

 

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My mistake.  I forgot it was with Chris Robinson in Jamaica.  I mean why should I have known?  I was there.  LOL

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21 hours ago, Tea said:

All I know is they got the goods...

Looks like the crowd got the holy hand grenade tossed at them 

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