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2019/12/29

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Play by play revealed from the field: 

Winterland 12/31/1977

Set 1 
The Music Never Stopped, Tennessee Jed, Finiculi Finicula, Me & My Uncle, Loser, Jack Straw, Friend Of The Devil, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication

Set 2

Sugar Magnolia-> Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Truckin'-> Wharf Rat-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Around & Around, E:One More Saturday Night-> E: Casey Jones

 

Filler: 

I’ll Take a Melody 

White Rabbit

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So, if I’m not mistaken, I had a tape of the original show. Killer sugar/scarlet/fire. I’m sure Dark Star Orchestra did it justice. Did they finish Sugar Mags at the end of the set? Or do I have this show confused with the other one? Oh, no, it couldn’t be! Now, wait a minute.... I did just come in from my shop where I was painting with inadequate ventilation. Could just be a  Freelapse. 

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The original show had them doing the sunshine daydream part before going into Scarlet.   I'll bet you're thinking of new years 1978 -  1st set.

 

Freelapse.  Wow!

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22 hours ago, Tea said:

The original show had them doing the sunshine daydream part before ...

Yes, that s what happen per my notes. I was texting song by song the set list with twisted comments live as it happen to our party line of friends down South, including Tea.

 

Peace, Love, and Happy New Year

Doc

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