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12/12/69
Thelma Theater - Los Angeles, CA

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Me And My Uncle
Easy Wind
Cumberland Blues
Black Peter
Next Time You See Me
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Turn On Your Love Light
Hard To Handle
Casey Jones
Mama Tried
High Time
Dire Wolf
Good Lovin'
Drums
Good Lovin'
I'm A King Bee
Uncle John's Band
He Was A Friend Of Mine
Alligator
Drums
Alligator
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
And We Bid You Goodnight

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Comments:

sizzles!
-Anonymous


Just one review so far?!?!?! Wow! This show is smokin! Perfect mix of cosmic Dead and country Dead.

-Anonymous (01/08/2012)


Craziness abound with a solid set of jams, check it out kids!
- (10/25/2013)


Caution-Classic Pigpen & splat jam afterward.
UJB-5/331 times played, rather mellow
- (02/12/2014)


Soon to be formally released as Dave's Picks Vol. 10.
-Blind Man (04/08/2014)


Wow. That's a lot of Pigpen for one show. 8 songs. Great T.C. show as well. interesting to hear him playing on the songs that eventually would end up on Workingman's Dead.
- (05/06/2014)


So yeah I got the official release. I'm not the biggest Pigpen aficionado generally speaking. At this show his songs are the best. His harmonica playing is really enjoyable. The Easy Wind jam is spectacular, maybe the single-best pound-for-pound piece of music in the show. Next Time You See Me is really cool, Pig and Jerry duet-style. I'm also not the biggest live High Time fan, this one is really good. The Dire Wolf is great, TC really adds some interesting flavor to this and it's sort of an electric/acoustic blend version, haven't really heard anything like it before. King Bee is great. I love the Uncle John's Band, it's brand new so there are "mistakes" so to speak but the sound of it in unpolished form and the accompanying jam is just cool. I can't get into this Black Peter, it's new also but doesn't benefit the way UJB does. But it's still Black Peter, just sloppy and doesn't hit the emotional peaks it would in 1970 and beyond. Then obviously the Alligator-Caution-Feedback is essential listening. So it's a great show and a magical moment in the band's development.
-Bub, uh Bob (05/06/2014)


Listening to Dave's Picks 10 version ... between Rider and Lovelight ...

Very interesting that Pig comments that they need one of the lights turned down, because it was "bilious" and will make everyone look like they have "artificial hepatitis".

That's a pretty freaky thing for a 24 year old hippie musician to say ... unless he'd already been to see a doctor due to liver problems.
- (11/19/2015)


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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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