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12/31/72
Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Around And Around
Deal
Mexicali Blues
Brown-Eyed Women
Box Of Rain
Jack Straw
Don't Ease Me In
Beat It On Down The Line
Candyman
El Paso
Tennessee Jed
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Casey Jones

Set 3:
Promised Land
Mississippi Half-Step
Big River
Sugaree
Truckin'
The Other One
Drums
The Other One
Morning Dew
Sugar Magnolia
Sing Me Back Home
Johnny B. Goode

Encore:
Uncle John's Band
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

I highly doubt that they devoted a second set to Casey Jones... Whatever, this seems like a great show. Someone send me a copy and I will send dank bud.
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Playing in the Band is 45 minutes long
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Casey Jones is the last song of the first set. Truckin' has a really long jam and goes for 45 minutes running into The Other One.
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Playin' in The Band is not that long...the longest version is in 1974 at Edmunson Pavillion in Seattle, the date is I believe 5-21-74. That one clocks in around 45 minutes.
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the 5/21/74 clocks in at 47.39 min's. the lonegest, the strangest, and in my belief the best. the tiger jam roars loudly. check it out. after that the 8/27/72 is the most important playing the BOYS ever jam'd.
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Tennessee Jed Radio Announcenment. Talked about Bill Grahams holograms and David Crosby's father being back stage....funny stuff.

Sing Me Back Home-34/37 times played. Next time played 3/73 ending w/War Memorial Buffalo 9/73.
-Perrinswolf


Easily my favorite Truckin> O1 of all time, and very difficult to top for both energy and invention. Phil's solo coming out of the drums during the Other One is among his best ever.
-GC (12/13/2012)


One of my favorite Casey Jones...reaches an insane, feverish climax. Had this as tape filler for years and was always looking for its source...here it is.
-Grateful Fred (01/10/2013)


I know there is some controversy about the credit for Morning Dew, but God Bless Bonnie Dobson for writing it. The top 100 cover versions have to be the GD's just because JG sings it like it's coming from someplace no one else can ever feel.
- (12/31/2016)


Perrinswolf is a faggot...
- (03/12/2017)


Why EB?

just got Hogmanay 72 ... love it

I liked Perrinswolf's post, amusing and informative.
-Bernie (08/28/2017)


Isn't amazing that among us are people like Ed Black who feel the need to post such negativity. What is more is the type of thing good ol' Ed had to say. Take a hike Ed, you're not welcome here. And to make this post relevant- it goes without saying this is a great show.
- (12/25/2017)


Wow. At the peak of their powers, that melding of exploration and energy had no peer. Then or now.
-BlaiseHaze (02/28/2018)


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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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