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12/01/66
The Matrix - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Minglewood Blues
Betty And Dupree
Next Time You See Me
I Know You Rider
Big Boss Man
One Kind Favor
Alice D. Millionaire
Me And My Uncle
Cream Puff War

Set 2:
You Don't Love Me
Beat It On Down The Line
It Hurts Me Too
On The Road Again
Look Over Yonder's Wall
My Own Fault
Down So Long
Cold Rain And Snow
Viola Lee Blues

Set 3:
Deep Elem Blues
There's Something On Your Mind
Big Boy Pete
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Lindy
Dancin' In The Streets
Me And My Uncle

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Comments:

Best show ever
-Anonymous


Where to start?!. 3 set show in 66! 2 Me&My Uncles....so many songs on their first month or on their way out of circulation altogether.

I
After Minglwood-Jerry says to the crowd "...cold beer on tap..."

Betty & Dupree-Only time played

Rider-has the muddy water lyrics

Big Boss Man-5th time played.
One Kind Favor/Alice-Last time played
Me & My Uncle-2nd time-WOW!
Cream Puff War- a true rare gem, played flawlessly, yet 4th to last.
II
You Don't Love Me-Only time played
BIODTL_5th time played and 7 beats
It Hurts Me Too-4th time played
On The Road Again-3rd time played
Look Over Yonder-1st of only 2 times
My Own Fault-1st time
Down So Long-lat time. Doors have this on LA Woman album.
III
Deep Elem Blues-1st time played
There's Something-1st of only 2 times
Big Boy Pete-2nd time, VERY RARE
Death Don't-3rd time played and as smooth as snot on a kids upper lip
Lindy-Last(can't believe they played it
Dancin-4th Time
Me & My Uncle-2nd time in same show!

To think the boys had so many great songs under their belt in 66!!!!

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Damn, best '66 show I've heard. 3 sets in '66. Fucking awesome.
-Anonymous (04/09/2007)


Also forgot to mention, lots of rarities in here. Betty and Dupree, and You Dont Love Me, only time they played them. Too bad I wasnt alive in the 60's.
-Anonymous (04/09/2007)


One of the best versions of Me and My Uncle, and the band is only one year old. Also, a great version of Cream Puff War. If only this show was better quality it would certainly make a lot of people's top ten best ever lists. Still, definitely worth a download.
-caminovereda (02/02/2008)


8/1/66

Lovelight-You don't love me-Lovelight
archive Happy B-day
-Bnoly (08/05/2008)


Damn...just wish my copy was a teeny bit cleaner...and, yes...this would make my top twenty list...
- (08/31/2011)


Gotta love the way Jerry welcomes the crowd. As Perrin mentions, Jerry say cold beer on tap, but further he welcomes the crowd to the confusion, high frequency stimulation, sucrets, lurid night club atmosphere and beatniks. More beatniks than you can count on two hands.
-JPSanta (03/18/2014)


Phil recreated this show (most of it) on 1/3/15 at Terrapin Crossroads.
-Anonymous (01/04/2015)


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Band Configuration
(12/04/65 - 09/24/67)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann

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