St. stephen > NFA > Darkness, Darkness Jam > Chinacat Sunflower Jam > NFA (Reprise) > Turn On Your Lovelight**. This is a database of setlists for Grateful Dead concerts from 1972 to the present. Essentially, they were the godfathers of the Jam Band genre. - Cambridge, MA, 05/07/70- Dupont Gymnasium M.I.T. Big Railroad Blues, Deep Elem Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Candyman-> Cumberland Blues, Cold Jordan Not Fade Away-> Easy Wind, Dark Star-> Attics Of My Life-> Dark Star-> Sugar Magnolia-> Dark Star-> Saint Stephen-> China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, E: Uncle John's Band. We think this is easily the best look that we’ve given this site. Most of these setlists were extracted from a database that was created by Jerry Stratton ([email protected]) and others. The Grateful Dead perform in San Francisco in 1970 Robert Altman/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Choosing and justifying a list of essential Grateful Dead shows — … Early Show: Cold Rain And Snow, Dark Star, Saint Stephen, The Eleven, Turn On Your Lovelight | Late Show - Set 1: Casey Jones, Mama Tried, Hard to Handle | Set 2 (acoustic): The Monkey and the Engineer, Dark Hollow, Been All Around This World, Wake Up Little Susie, Black Peter, Uncle John's Band, Katie Mae | Set 3: Dancing in … Spanning over thirty years, thousands of shows, countless memories, and infinite jams—Jerry was a beacon for generations. Deadlists was, of course, invaluable, and is often quoted here. - Washington, DC, 10/24/70- Kiel Opera House - St. Louis, MO, 10/30/70- Gym, S.U.N.Y.

Grateful Dead related setlists, streaming, rankings, comments, recording linkage. In 1969, it's likely that some "lost" shows are actually in the Vault. It’s based on a lot of feedback from you guys, which we’re always grateful … Get the Grateful Dead Setlist of the concert at CNE Stadium, Toronto, ON, Canada on June 27, 1970 and other Grateful Dead Setlists for free on setlist.fm! user picture. //336x280, created 11/12/07 Find a show you've attended, and leave some comments for other users! One such night occurred on May 15, 1970 where the band played both an early and late show. Grateful Dead Setlists The Grateful Dead: DeadBase | DeadBase 50 | Grateful Dead Guide: Deadbase Corrections | The Deadlists Project | Jerrybase | The SetList Program | GDSets.com | Grateful Dead Guide: 1966 Show List | Grateful Dead Guide: 1967 Show List | Grateful Dead Guide: 1967 Setlists | Grateful Dead Guide: 1968 Show List | Grateful Dead Guide: 1969 Show List | Annotated Nedbase 1970 - 1975 The Grateful Dead played a bust fund benefit on 2/1/70 at The Warehouse as well (w/ Peter Green sitting in with them). Live at the Fillmore East 2-11-69 is a double live album by the Grateful Dead recorded during the Live/Dead tour on February 11, 1969 at the Fillmore East in New York City.The first disc represents the early show that night, the second the late show. Search Clear search text. Morning Dew, Me and My uncle, good morning lil school girl, cold rain and snow, easy wind, Dark Star > St. stephen > NFA > Darkness, Darkness Jam > Chinacat Sunflower Jam > NFA (Reprise) > Turn On Your Lovelight**. This is a database of setlists for Grateful Dead concerts from 1972 to the present. Essentially, they were the godfathers of the Jam Band genre. - Cambridge, MA, 05/07/70- Dupont Gymnasium M.I.T. Big Railroad Blues, Deep Elem Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Candyman-> Cumberland Blues, Cold Jordan Not Fade Away-> Easy Wind, Dark Star-> Attics Of My Life-> Dark Star-> Sugar Magnolia-> Dark Star-> Saint Stephen-> China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, E: Uncle John's Band. We think this is easily the best look that we’ve given this site. Most of these setlists were extracted from a database that was created by Jerry Stratton ([email protected]) and others. The Grateful Dead perform in San Francisco in 1970 Robert Altman/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Choosing and justifying a list of essential Grateful Dead shows — … Early Show: Cold Rain And Snow, Dark Star, Saint Stephen, The Eleven, Turn On Your Lovelight | Late Show - Set 1: Casey Jones, Mama Tried, Hard to Handle | Set 2 (acoustic): The Monkey and the Engineer, Dark Hollow, Been All Around This World, Wake Up Little Susie, Black Peter, Uncle John's Band, Katie Mae | Set 3: Dancing in … Spanning over thirty years, thousands of shows, countless memories, and infinite jams—Jerry was a beacon for generations. Deadlists was, of course, invaluable, and is often quoted here. - Washington, DC, 10/24/70- Kiel Opera House - St. Louis, MO, 10/30/70- Gym, S.U.N.Y.

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