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02/14/70
Fillmore East - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Casey Jones
Mama Tried
Hard To Handle

Set 2:
Monkey And The Engineer
Dark Hollow
I've Been All Around This World
Wake Up Little Susie
Black Peter
Uncle John's Band
Katie Mae

Set 3:
Dancin' In The Streets
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
High Time
Dire Wolf
Alligator
Drums
Me And My Uncle
Not Fade Away
Mason's Children
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
And We Bid You Goodnight

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Comments:

best Grateful Dead show ever
-Anonymous


There was also a hot early show on 021470. DarkStar->Stephen->11->Lovelight
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TREMENDOUS ENERGY
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i'll trade anything for this show! please email me!
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the grateful goddamn dead! i love the bid you goodnight jam during NFA
-Anonymous


DPIV
-Perrin


there were no sets at this show, it was all one set as they did not take breaks in between.
-Anonymous (02/21/2009)


amazing show you need this show theirs a crisp charlie miller sound board to be found on b.t. etree amangst other site early show has great d/s stephen 11 lovelight on it a rest rest of the show no dissapointment so roll yourself a big fat one pick or posion of choice to drik ands enjoy your deserve it gbig thank you to charlie miller
- (10/20/2009)


the best me and my uncle ever
- (12/21/2009)


The Dark Star on the Charlie Miller version of this show is AMAZING and on into St. Stephen is PRIME GD and one of my favorite St. Stephen's. This is Phil Thunder, very nice, great interplay. Get DP 4, also!
-Eric A DeadHead (03/10/2010)


What he said...


Early Show:
d1t01 - Introduction
d1t02 - Cold Rain And Snow
d1t03 - Dark Star ->
d1t04 - Saint Stephen ->
d1t05 - The Eleven ->
d1t06 - Turn On Your Lovelight
-Bossgobbler (07/13/2011)


I just came up with a list of my favorite show for each year 1978-1968 (minus 1976 - a year which has never satisfied me) And I had to break a rule. I told myself I would pick one show - ONE show. But I knew it was a crime to include just the 2/14/70 late show. I have included both nights. Early and late shows.

The entire run is fantastic.
-Ryan (11/05/2012)


Miss pig
- (02/10/2018)


the first Dark Hollow!?
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (03/28/2018)


As arranged on Dick's Picks 4:

Disc 1

Introduction 1:51
Casey Jones 4:29
Dancing in the Street 9:30
China Cat Sunflower 5:09
I Know You Rider 5:04
High Time 6:51
Dire Wolf 4:23

Disc 3

Alligator 3:55
Drums 12:31
Me and My Uncle 3:14
Not Fade Away 13:56
Mason's Children 3:53
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 14:25
Feedback 8:40
We Bid You Goodnight 2:00

-Bookkeeper (12/24/2018)


Overall, I'd say that this is an 'on par' show with others I have heard during this time period. The most intriguing part of the show (for me) was Not Fade Away > Mason's Children. At the time, both of these songs were fairly new to the regular rotation. I thought the two songs worked well together here and it was the high point of the show. Although NFA starts with some minor vocal miscues, those are followed by a long and inspired jam for about 10 minutes. With the song being new, it's as if Jerry has a more open ended and free flowing approach to this jam. I think the transition into Mason's Children is fairly smooth, and the song is played well. However, it is short. I like Mason's Children, so I think it unfortunate it had such a short life. Late in 1969, the boys did some rockin' jams on Mason's+10 min - check out 12/28/69), but a few weeks later it was little more than a ditty. I am aware that Mason's was cut from Workingman's Dead, but I have no idea why they lost interest in this song. My guess is that either the harmonies were to challenging, or it did not fit in their shift toward country-folk genre. For whatever reason, Mason's Children would only be performed two more times while NFA was to be played over 500 times over the next quarter century.
- (06/12/2019)


DSO will recreate this beast of a show on 2/14/20, on its' 50th anniversary, at the Warfield in SF. Hometown advantage? Will Jerry shine down on Jeff Mattson the way he did at Red Rocks when they recreated 7/8/78? Let's hope!
-Dave Fadoul (01/23/2020)


U betcha
- (02/10/2020)


Stoked to see Dark Star Orchestra get down on this show at the Warfield this valentines day a few days. We gone do it proper ladies and gentlemen. YEE HAA

- (02/11/2020)


Lots of controversy about whether or not the early show this night happened. Some people, including Bear, thought it was mislabeled. Dark Star from this night was released on the Long Strange Trip Soundtrack. This suggests that there was in fact an early show, despite Bear's opinion. Either that, or Dave got duped.
-Luke (02/19/2020)


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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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