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06/14/68
Fillmore East - New York City, NY

Set 1:
The Eleven
St. Stephen
Alligator
Turn On Your Love Light
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
Drums
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)

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Comments:

Absolutely mindblowing set of vintage Dead. There is a segment of Feedback before The Eleven gets the show started with a bang and coming right on its heels is the best St. Stephen they ever played (and the first one on record!); Jerry just goes nuts. The Caution is a ferocious monster that one of the most intense ones that I've ever heard. This is some must-hear material if ever there was such a thing. The very end of Lovelight through the end of the Feedback that follows Caution has surfaced in a soundboard and can be found on the bonus disc that came with the Complete Fillmore West 1969 box set; all the tracks listed above are available in a listenable aud that will effectively blow your mind.
- (12/26/2008)


HOLLY FAAAAACKKKK!

This show is too good.
Pure Raw Energy.

I swear lovelight and caution were fused into one song at this show.

Do your starving children a favor and listen to this fuckin thing.
- (12/13/2010)


Oyez, Oyez, OYEZ! Order in the court. Wherever your head was before listening to this, it's in an entirely different place now. Hard to believe the East Village could have even more atmosphere that it already had, but the smoke from this set could choke traffic.
-ChickieSweet (02/27/2013)


I mentioned on the archive site that I believe the setlist should be Caution>Drumz>Caution>Feedback>the11>St. Steve>Alligator>Lovelight. I think the old cassette tapes got A and B sides labels flipped somewhere so it looks like feedback opened and closed the set. I think Feedback was the bridge between Caution and the Eleven. It makes logical sense and really flows when you hear it that way. Just go to archive site and start with Caution; then start Feedback to get it the way I think it was played. Make sense?
- (07/18/2016)


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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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