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06/14/69
Monterey Performing Arts Center - Monterey, CA

Set 1:
Turn On Your Love Light
Me And My Uncle
Doin' That Rag
He Was A Friend Of Mine
Dire Wolf
Dark Star
St. Stephen
The Eleven
Turn On Your Love Light
Drums
Turn On Your Love Light

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Comments:

NO DOUBT "THE 11"-

BEST EVER.

PERIOD.
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I couldn't agree more!
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Weird set - opens with Lovelight then they play lovelight again, with a lovelight reprise. I guess that's what makes the Dead so unique.
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Vince really shines on Dark Star
-Anonymous (11/13/2008)


vince? i think your mistaken, vince didnt join until 1990
-Anonymous (05/16/2009)


some people haven't a clue
and that's most of you
the band died back in 79
traded cash for the sublime
the greedy said "keep going"
and so no more mind-blowing
they killed all the best
and the captain died like the rest.
-lightsource (12/05/2012)


"He Was a Friend of Mine" is downright painful to listen to. I'm not sure which is worse the harmonies, Jerry's solo or TC's grating organ. Ouch!
- (02/17/2014)


Lightsource is very poetic about his notion of the band's "death" in '79. sounds like someone didn't like Brent very much. Not surprising though, Loyalty blinds reality. Kesey once said that LSD was the key to opening the doors of perception in your mind, but eventually... you have to open the door and walk through it, otherwise, whats the point? The dead walked through that door, found a brave new world of sound and those who prefered the sound of them turning the key over and over again got left behind. Not everyone likes whats behind the doors of perception, but the Dead cleary saw something beautiful and ran for it.

And the captain did die like the rest, because everyone dies eventually. But i think the Captain lived more in his 53 years on this planet them most of us would dare two in 20 lifetimes, so, as the old maritime saying goes... "The Captain is always right, and if he isn't, then he's still right."
-Murphy (06/14/2016)


Whatchoo talkin' bout Willis!?
-Anonymous (08/28/2016)


Vince joined the beginning of 91 if I'm not mistaken. This is Tom. Who I just hung out with last Friday in Charlotte. Great Guy!

- (11/29/2016)


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Band Configuration
(11/23/68 - 01/24/70)

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

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