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1 Show Found

12/26/69
McFarlin Auditorium, S.M.U. - Dallas, TX

Set 1:
Monkey And The Engineer
Little Sadie
Long Black Limousine
I've Been All Around This World
The Master'S Bouquet
Black Peter
Uncle John's Band

Set 2:
Casey Jones
Hard To Handle
Cold Rain And Snow
China Cat Sunflower
Jam
I Know You Rider
High Time
Me And My Uncle
Dark Star
New Speedway Boogie
Turn On Your Love Light

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Comments:

Caveat Emptor....
Hard To Handle follows Casey Jones and Me and My Uncle preceeds Dark Star.
-obie 1


My tape only has from Me & My Uncle through Lovelight, & on the tape i spun my copy from just states, "Trip out hard." Well said, this dark star is one for the ages!
-


I
Little Sadie-only 2nd of 7 times this beautiful murder ballad was performed. Head on radiodead today.

-Perrinswolf (06/04/2007)


UJB-Boys harmonies sung to perfection!
-Brianmerrilyn (06/18/2007)


This show was featured on Sirius today and the opening acoustic set is killer as much for the music (which is ragged) as the killer banter. FYI- Bill was, "somewhere over Omaha" as the first set was played and Phil is non-existent during much of it.
- (02/26/2008)


Listening to this show on XM right now and I am thouroughly enjoying it. Nice lost gem! Some of the best harmionizing I have ever heard from the boys. Smokin' China Cat>Rider. Cant wait for the Dark Star!
-Anonymous (06/18/2009)


Heard this last night on XM, awesome show. Makes me look at my alma mater of SMU a little differently, in a good way... can't find the whole show for download, Uncle is cut out, any help?
- (06/21/2009)


A beautiful, very young (11 of 343), Black Peter.

It's so cool to think they we're 6 months out from recording 'Working Man's Dead,' and to hear this track is so neat.

Along with UJB, High Time, Casey Jones, & NSB; it's such a great experience to hear the development of the Dead's Music, no other band...no other band.
-scott r (01/28/2012)


Found this show at archive.org recently. I was at the concert. The acoustic set was improvised by Garcia and Weir because all the band wasn't there (or at least ready - very unlikely that Bill was really somewhere over Omaha.) It was neat how various band members started showing up on stage, gradually transforming the show from acoustic to electric.
- (05/05/2013)


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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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