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10/24/71
Easttown Theatre - Detroit, MI

Set 1:
Sugar Magnolia
Deal
El Paso
Tennessee Jed
Jack Straw
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' In The Band
Black Peter
Candyman
One More Saturday Night
Casey Jones

Set 2:
Truckin'
Ramble On Rose
Mexicali Blues
Dark Star
Me And Bobby McGee
Cumberland Blues
St. Stephen
Johnny B. Goode

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Comments:

Fantastic setlist, crispy sound, not a ton of jamming, but all around good show.
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-Anonymous (11/03/2008)


fun deal!
-Anonymous (10/07/2009)


great show, listening to it on the grateful dead channel on Sirius/XM.

also, it's an added treat having keith on the keys (and pigpen!) with NO DONNA ruining every song she "sings" on. having such a great piano player(jazz piano, and he played a GRAND PIANO) and to have his wife yelling all the time was sad.

'71 - '79 The Keith Years... aka The Best Years
- (04/20/2011)


Listening to this now (11/29/11) on XM. Great loose and funky sound. A real New Orleans-sounding Deal. I once heard David Crosby say that the Dead was the rock-and-roll equivalent of New Orleans style Jazz, with many instruments doing their own thing and it sounding great together.
-Steve (11/29/2011)


Just got a copy of this one and real nice. Goes to show the Dead played a lot of great Dark Stars, even besides the ones most talked about: 8-27-72, 11-11-73, 2-27-69, and the list goes on...this one is a nice groovey jam can stand along all the other greats in my opinion. Also really dug the Deal in the first set.

Really dig this board everyone, ya'll rock!
-A2 Tennessee Jed (02/17/2015)


Is this the first time they opened a show with sugar magnolia?
-Anonymous (11/02/2015)


never said this before--this is a seemingly mediocre show, through the first set. I was falling asleep during candyman...
-jim (05/31/2018)


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Band Configuration
(10/19/71 - 03/23/72)

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

Note: Band configuration is across specified time period. Configuration for particular show may have differed.

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