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02/19/71
Capitol Theater - Port Chester, NY

Set 1:
Truckin'
Loser
Cumberland Blues
It Hurts Me Too
Bertha
Playin' In The Band
Dark Hollow
Smokestack Lightning
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Greatest Story Ever Told
Johnny B. Goode
Bird Song
Easy Wind
Deal

Set 2:
Cryptical Envelopment
Drums
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Good Lovin'
Casey Jones

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Comments:

wow, this is a beauty of a show.. i recommend it for all.. the sbd is crisp, there is a great matrix floating around called Sick Bits 13, go ahead and grab that, you'll love it.

Bird Song & Deal first time played.
Merry-Go-Round Broke Down before Truckin'
Rawhide teases after Smokestack. enjoy!
-toaster


Start of the end of the Pigpen era. Smokestack 3rd to last with Ron and 2nd to last Easy Wind. 3 first set Pigpen tunes..makes the show all the more special.
-


what's that second snippet of a song they do after Merry Go Round, before Truckin"? It ain't Funiculi; what is it?
-


To be released as Three From the Vault in June of 2007.
-Sims Jenkins (05/21/2007)


Great Show. Yes it was relised earlyer this year. It's a really mellow show, but great. Good Lovin is at it's best, I dare anyone to find a better one! Pick it up you will love it!!
-mr charlie (09/13/2007)


First show after Mickey took "a break"
-tumbleweed (11/20/2007)


Rider closes 1st set. G Story is 2nd set opener
-tumbleweed (11/20/2007)


Meh. I'm not feeling this show, sounds more like a practice to me. There are a few firsts: Birdsong and Deal, and this is the first show without Mickey. Consequently the band is left a bit wobbly especially Bill. Combine Mickey's departure after the show the day before and some first plays and this isn't all that good of a gig. Like I said it sounds more like a practice.
- (02/09/2012)


I'll take a Feb '71 "practice" set any day.
- (03/08/2012)


The beginning of a one of kind Grateful Dead line-up, didn't last long. Only Billy pounding the drums and only Pig on the keys...

Raw, raw stuff here folks.
-Scott (05/16/2012)


One of the best China-Riders AMAZING!!!
-Steven (11/23/2012)


awesome Dark Hollow
-80s head (05/29/2013)


Bill? Wobbly? Without Mickey?

Nah. Yer trippin.'
- (12/15/2016)


This was a great show from beginning to end! Billy wasn't wobbly..
-getgellar (06/25/2017)


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Band Configuration
(02/19/71 - 08/26/71)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann

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