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09/17/72
Baltimore Civic Center - Baltimore, MD

Set 1:
Promised Land
Sugaree
Black Throated Wind
Friend Of The Devil
El Paso
Bird Song
Big River
Tennessee Jed
Mexicali Blues
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' In The Band
Casey Jones

Set 2:
Truckin'
Loser
Jack Straw
Mississippi Half-Step
Me And My Uncle
He's Gone
The Other One
Sing Me Back Home
Sugar Magnolia
Uncle John's Band

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

EPIC!
-Anonymous


If you're a fan of TOO, get this show! If just for that tune. Over half an hour of mind-blowing, hyperdelic playing that conjures up memories of the '72 Veneta Star. Get this one. At all costs.
-Anonymous


I'll second that. The Other One gets jazzy at times, dies down, bubbles back up, goes into overdrive, then totally melts down into chaos before re-emerging (not necessarily in this order, mind you). And it's 30 seconds shy of a 40 minute mind-blowing performance. Quite a feat for this tune even for this era. Personally, I don't know of another TOO that is even slightly comparable. Ass-kicking stuff here, folks!
-Wahoo-Wahoo


He's Gone>The Other One>Sing Me Back Home. Beautiful
-Cross


I
Chinacat>Rider-Most impressive solo's and great harmonies all 'round.

Sing Me Back Home-29th of 37 times played.


-Perrinswolf


Don't forget the bird song! The other one aside, (and it is good stuff, don't get me wrong,) this is TYPICAL 72' brilliance. We're not quite in the spacey 74-76 era... YET! But you can see it come to be in songs like Bird Song and my personal fav, the Loser. Awesome stuff- and the sound quality (for the board I have at least) is GREAT. Be GRATEFUL=- grab a 72' show today!!
- (01/21/2008)


The first set has some awesome versions of el paso bird song and my fave big river loser has weir showing off his chops the other one is epic personal top 5 show gets played all the time in my shop and gets played loud
-Stagger lee (06/30/2009)


DP 23, excluding the encore.

The Playin' in this show isn't given nearly the credit it is due, clocking in at around 18 minutes of pure, exploratory jamming.
-Ed (08/11/2009)


I noticed during half step that jerry sings the part about waiting for better weather before the powder charge part. I believe jerry flubbed the parts and it goes the other way around unless im mixing them up.
- (04/03/2012)


When they're first starting out Black-Throated Wind, Jerry begins playing his intro lead for Jack Straw instead. In his defense, both songs do start with very similarly strummed E chords.
-Lightnin' (09/11/2014)


INCREDIBLE, AMAZING PLAYIN'
- (12/07/2015)


This was my first Dead Show. Uncle John's band set the hook - the vocals were so tight that I had an out of body experience. I had heard a lot of records and a few tapes, but nothing with Donna Jean's vocals added. I realized at this show that this was what I had been looking for all of my 19 years. It's the only time I've ever heard anyone sound good in the Civic center - sound was spot on and the band played their hearts out.
- (06/20/2016)


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Band Configuration
(07/16/72 - 10/19/74)

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

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