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02/14/68
Carousel Ballroom - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Good Morning Little School Girl
Dark Star
China Cat Sunflower
The Eleven
Turn On Your Love Light

Set 2:
Cryptical Envelopment
The Other One
Cryptical Envelopment
New Potato Caboose
Born Cross-Eyed
Spanish Jam
Alligator
Drums
Alligator
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)

Encore:
Midnight Hour

Download/Listen to this Show at Archive.org

Comments:

It's thought that the majority of the live music used on Anthem of the Sun is from this show though this is much overdubbed with parts from other shows.
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The Dead at a peak; get a hold of this show...
-Nick


This is a sweet show. I highly recommend it. But my copy starts Morning Dew, then whats listed.
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"TRIPPING THROUGH THE LILLY FIELDS!!!"
-Anonymous


My dick hurts...
-Anonymous


A really cool show, the beginings of Dark Star and China Cat, my copy also starts off with Dew. Really cool School Girl. Killer second set.
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Someone forgot to mention this show started with a gerat Morning Dew in it's first form (Fast!)
Killer show start to finish, second set is respectfully dedicated to Neal Cassady ( Jerry announces this at beginning of set 2).

:-)
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A great show!! Get it immediately from archive.org
-Anonymous


one of the best of the year. amazing energy. one of phil's personal faves, too.
-henrikki


Isn't this the show, Jerry was so flipped out on acid that he thought Phil wasn't hitting the down beats, then threw Phil down a flight of stairs after the show. Later he admints that it was an awesome show and used some of it on an album, most likel live dead.

l8rz imcndbl
-imcndbl


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Eleven-4th/90 times played
-Perrinswolf


This is one of my favorite shows. Unfortunately the sound quality of the copy i have isn't the best. Anybody have a better copy?
- (06/17/2008)


the greatest show ever!!!
- (12/07/2008)


According to Phil's book, this was their first gig at the Carousel.
- (03/11/2009)


This complete show is now released as Road Trips Vol 2 No 3. The set list does vary though. Great sound!
-Steve (06/30/2009)


Sorry I meant Road Trips Vol 2 **NO 2** (No 3 is 1974 material)
-Steve (06/30/2009)


One of the best from the day glow trippy Anthem Of The Sun era. It's also a bit of a rarity that we actually have the whole show. A heavy Morning Dew with cool jams in That's It For The Other One->New Potato Caboose->Born Cross-Eyed->Spanish Jam and a monster Alligator->Caution->Feedback that's as good as it gets.
- (11/15/2011)


Mumblin at bitches and waggin his tail
-Anonymous (12/08/2011)


can someone tell me who handles harmonica duties in Good Morning Little Schoolgirl??
- (03/15/2013)


Pig is the harp player on GMLS
- (01/07/2014)


According to the Road Trips release this show opens with Morning Dew. Great early Dead show, I listen to this one frequently.
-Dopey Dan (06/07/2017)


A mind-blowing Alligator>Caution on top of a mighty The Other One>New Potato Caboose is going to alter your perceptions of 1960ís Grateful Dead shows.
-Anonymous (04/08/2019)


Road Trips Volume 2 Number 2

Disc 1

Morning Dew 6:30
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 12:35
Dark Star 6:10
China Cat Sunflower 4:25
The Eleven 5:15
Turn On Your Lovelight 9:02

Disc 2

That's It For The Other One 9:30
New Potato Caboose 8:48
Born Cross-Eyed 2:38
Spanish Jam 12:28
Alligator 14:30
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 10:00
Feedback 6:10
In The Midnight Hour 10:35

-Bookkeeper (07/22/2019)


"...and also we respectfully dedicate this set to the memory of Neal Cassady" - Jerry before Set II. All timer of a show, too many highlights to mention!
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (08/28/2019)


... thank you Sirius for sharing the 2/14/1968 San Francisco, CA show with us today for the 12:00 Noon Hour ...

iko iko on & on & on & on .......
tyedyetom

- (12/09/2020)


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Band Configuration
(09/29/67 - 11/22/68)

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

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