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State Theater, 11/15/2019

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Set One: jam > Bird Song > The Other One > Bird Song > Jack Straw > Big Railroad Blues ; Lazy Lightning > Supplication ; She Belongs To Me > The Music Never Stopped 

Set Two: Terrapin Station > The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys > Saint Stephen > Man Smart (Woman Smarter) > drums > space > imagine (jam) > Saint Stephen (reprise) > Lost Sailor > Saint Of Circumstance > Eyes Of The World > Stella Blue > Good Lovin' 

Encore: Midnight Moonlight

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Bummed I missed this one... Work was calling. Lowell tonight... Northeast has been getting the goods. Northampton was a great show to start off 💙💙

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Next stop Shine on you crazy diamond. Heard it at the record store today on a Grateful Dead cd release . Yay Sud Barrettt

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For those folks who still wrestle with the recreation vs. original discussion...

 

We should’ve been so lucky to get lists like this back in the day. 

 

That being said, hoping that middle night of the Cap shows up on Archive. 

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That one fits me like a glove - wow!

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13 hours ago, Ammagamalin Crew said:

Finally Birdsong and the other one get their well deserved (and long overdue) pairing. To open the show no less. Things are getting real good in DSO land.  Kudos Dino

pretty CERTAIN this has been done several times before but indeed, sick! Especially in that slot!

15 hours ago, PoetryGirl said:

Next stop Shine on you crazy diamond. Heard it at the record store today on a Grateful Dead cd release . Yay Sud Barrettt

prolly wrong here, but am wondering if I heard TN do this one at one point some years back? Anyone?

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Wow that is looking like a beautifully crafted set list and show...like a quilt with lots of time and intention put into the design!

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I recall a bird song other one piece some years back in sf...maybe the Regency. This set list kicks ass! Wow. Assess got kicked.

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1 hour ago, Grateful Mainer said:

Does anyone know if this show was taped by someone? Still nothing on archive :(

 

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Me and my buddy Tim both taped the show there last fall, but neither of us made it up there this year. Just keep an eye out, if there was a taper there, we might get lucky and they will post it. Not every taper goes thru the extra hours of work it takes to transfer a recording to the Archive, I know several tapers who don't, so if you see a taper at a show, it can be a good idea to get contact info after thanking them and they might be more willing to make the show available to you 😃

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I hope so too, looks like a killer show. Maybe the band will consider releasing this one 🤤

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