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02/13/70
Fillmore East - New York City, NY

Set 1:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Me And My Uncle
Dire Wolf
Smokestack Lightning

Set 2:
Monkey And The Engineer
Little Sadie
Wake Up Little Susie
Black Peter
Uncle John's Band
Katie Mae

Set 3:
Dark Star
Cryptical Envelopment
Drums
The Other One
Cryptical Envelopment
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
And We Bid You Goodnight

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Comments:

been there, trippin...
-Anonymous


after pigpen rapped as sick as eminem for awhile,he went right back to his standard rap of 'she's got box-back nitties' and the dead stomp the chord changes perfectly. it's like they were noodling boogie-woogie acid rock, and then when they heard him sing 'she's got box back', they fall back into unison PERFECTLY. like soldiers running around in a melee and then getting right back into efficient formation
-Anonymous


Check out the best Turn On Your Lovelight you'll ever hear. This version is just sick. You have to love Pigpen. A great show that can be heard on Dick's Picks 4. Get this mutha now.
-JackStraw34


best lovelight ever? maybe, but the dark star>thats it for the other one>lovelight is the most fluid set of music ever played by man EVER. the cyrptical reprise is THE apocalypse
-meh


can anyone help me out with a b&p for this show? if you can, please email me.
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wow...
-Anonymous


the ending to lovelight is the most energetic shit the dead ever did
-Anonymous


I don't which is better...Phil's pounding during The Other One, and/or Garcia's insanity during the same time period...simply awesome.
-Anonymous


was at this show..all three. I was dancing up & down the aisles, since Fillmore East had SEATS! the "ushers" were constantly chasing us because there was supposed to be no dancing in the aisles. Most phenomenal playing ever. We came out and it was light ....(as in dawn). Anyone who needs to get what the GD were all about - lissen to this! And don forget to shake your bootie!


-April


The best darkstar ever!!
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DPIV
-Perrin


there's a 'new speedway boogie' tease towards the end of 'smokestack lightning'. if anyone wants to trade me for this, email me!
- (01/09/2008)


Friday, February 13th
- (06/12/2008)


Early Show from this date:

d1t01 - Cold Rain And Snow
d1t02 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t03 - Good Lovin'
d1t04 - Mama Tried ->
d1t05 - Black Peter
d1t06 - Hard To Handle
d1t07 - Saint Stephen ->
d1t08 - Not Fade Away
d1t09 - Casey Jones
-Anonymous (03/13/2009)


JUST TO SAY "THE DARK STAR"DON,T GET HUNG UP THAT YOU CAN,T D.L THIS VIA THE ARCHIVE IT CAN BE FOOUND ON B.T ETREE AND SERVAL OTHER SITE CHARLIE MILLER IN CHARCH OF THE SOUND AND THE 14 ALSO THE WHOLE SHO WS INC EARLY SHOWS WELL GONE THEN GET CRACKIN
ENJOY
DAVE
- (02/01/2010)


According to Owsley, there was no early /late shows at these dates. He offered a 1,000 dollars to anyone who could prove him wrong. He died before anyone was able to collect.
-Tom (07/08/2011)


Owsley was wrong about no early show on 2/13....'cause we were standing outside the Filmore waiting for the late show listening to the sound spill out from the early show. Had to step over the unconscious guys from the early show to get to our seats. Late show was my first and will always be my favorite...and doesn't hurt that it's one of the best ever!

- (06/07/2013)


just plain lovely
-me (08/19/2014)


ALL YOU NEED (is this show)Long live Mr. Pen
-Pigpen Forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (05/19/2016)


Missing gray matter notwithstanding, quite possibly the holiest of holies, amid the grit and grime of the then East Village. We shall not see their kind again.
-DobbsBaby (02/22/2017)


The balcony. The upstairs bummer's palace. The aroma of sausage and peppers on an outdoor grill. Spliffs moving down the aisles. No cops, no parents. No hassles. Better times among better people.
-Martinelli (08/13/2017)


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Band Configuration
(01/25/70 - 02/18/71)

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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