|Flaws||:||Numerous sub-second drops: 6 in The Other One, 1 in Cosmic Charlie and Mountains of the Moon, 4 in Dark Star and probably some others I didn't catch. Lovelight is cut at the beginning and end. A little hissy throughout.|
|My Comments||:||Wow, this show is all it's hyped up to be. As a whole, probably the best of the run. I was a little dissappointed with The Eleven, given the hype, as I thought several of the other night's were better, but was expecting some Nirvana-inspiring rendition. It's not bad, mind you, just not Nirvana. It's almost, um, too tight?
Honorable Mentions go to the entire rest of the show that I didn't already mark off as being exceptional or my favorite version. The energy in this show is amazing!
I'll leave you with one simple piece of advice: get this show.
|Band||Show Date||Venue||Location||Set(s)||Show Notes|
|Grateful Dead||03-01-1969||Fillmore West||San Francisco, CA||Set Two|
|Grateful Dead||03-01-1969||Fillmore West||San Francisco, CA||Set One|
|Set One||Set Two||Encore #1|
|Bill Graham Intro > Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > The Other One > Cryptical Envelopment > New Potato Caboose > Doin' That Rag > Cosmic Charlie||Bill Graham Intro; Dupree's Diamond Blues > Mountains of the Moon > Jam > Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Turn On Your Lovelight||Hey Jude|
Some/all set lists taken from: Deadbase, The Deadlists Project
|CD #1||CD #2|
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