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05/23/72
The Strand Lyceum - London, England

Set 1:
Promised Land
Sugaree
Mr. Charlie
Black Throated Wind
Tennessee Jed
Next Time You See Me
Jack Straw
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Me And My Uncle
Chinatown Shuffle
Big Railroad Blues
Two Souls In Communion
Playin' In The Band
Sitting On Top Of The World
Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu
Mexicali Blues
Good Lovin'
Casey Jones

Set 2:
Ramble On Rose
Dark Star
Drums
Dark Star
Morning Dew
He's Gone
Sugar Magnolia
Comes A Time
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Not Fade Away
Hey Bo Diddley
Not Fade Away

Encore:
Uncle John's Band

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Comments:

an incredible show from the incredible europe '72 tour!
this long and beautful show is full of highlights including an absolutely HUGE Dark Star that rolls into a MONSTER Dew!
Great Stuff!!

-


My absolute favorite show from my favorite year. I love all eras of the Dead, but there is something elegant, classic and MASSIVE about these 72 shows, esp the European tour. This show simply crackles with energy, and Garcia in particular is in top form. Great set list (Sitting On Top Of the World, Comes a Time) and an EPIC Dark Star, certainly one of the top 10, IMHO. This show has it all, great set list, smokin pig rockers, epic exploratory weirdness, that high lonesome 72 sound... a true peak for the band.
-blossomToe


Wow, no Playin' In The Band. I guess they can't play that all the time. I'm sure the concert would have been extended by another 30 minutes if they played it.
-Steve


I
Mr. Charlie-44th/47 times played
Next Time You See Me-75th/76 times played
2 Souls-10th/11th time. I think Pigpens best ballad hands down.
Rockin' Pneumonia-1st time played

II
He's Gone & Comes A time are particularly beautiful versions. He's Gone has a faster pace with Jerry's licks on Comes A Time sooth the soul.

Hey Bo Diddley-2nd/6times played.


-Perrinswolf


Have show - AMAZING!

Dark Star off the charts.

The Chinatown was underplayed and under appreciated but this version blows it through the roof. And no 'Playin'? Then THIS set is off because my copy has a playin' and it's 11m.25sec long! Definitely not their LONGEST performance, but definitely one of their most energetic. Something about 72'... Europe or not - let it be damned. Perrin was RIGHT about Two Souls, btw. Check this one out! UNFORTUNATELY "Steppin' Out" cuts some of the best songs from this show. FLAC or SHN it from your favorite trading site!! :) peace!

sig,fik,
-=GREENFOX

(p.s.- a FEW distortions- sounds like crackling at times, but it's few and far between- don't let it stop you from getting this GEM!!!) :) PEACE!)

((p.p.s.- THE morning dew is *THE* Morning Dew of the golden era- find me a better one before 1976 and I'll eat my meds~!!)) ;) Peace
- (03/28/2009)


After now having the prevlidge of listening to all 22 shows thanks to the rhino box release ..... I must say the Two Souls and some of the last ever played versions of Sitting on Top of the World are truly two of the most top notch previously undiscovered GEMS of the dead from this fabulous year!!!!!
-Uncle Dickie.. (05/06/2012)


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Band Configuration
(03/25/72 - 06/17/72)

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

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