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03/24/73
The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

Set 1:
Bertha
Beat It On Down The Line
Don't Ease Me In
The Race Is On
Cumberland Blues
Box Of Rain
Row Jimmy
Jack Straw
They Love Each Other
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
Looks Like Rain
Wave That Flag
El Paso
Here Comes Sunshine
Me And Bobby McGee
Loser
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Promised Land
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Big River
Stella Blue
Me And My Uncle
He's Gone
Truckin'
Spanish Jam
Dark Star
Sing Me Back Home
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Johnny B. Goode

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Comments:

this show is overlooked...it shouldn't be...it's a beauty. highlights?? ok here are a few...an emotion filled looks like rain...a long and pretty here come's sunshine...sweet playin...and then the entire second set will just melt your mind!! the he's gone>truckin>spanish jam>dark star>sing me back home>sugar mag conclusion is over an hour of some of the finest and tastiest dead music you will ever hear!

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This show makes me proud to be from philly, sick jams, peace..
-Bingongie


woooow..this is a grate show..please do yourself a favor and run to get this one..set i is soooooo gooood..set ii WILL blow your mind away..yet another reason why i love the Grateful Dead..PLAY DEAD..:^)
-Ga-DeadHead


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Just the way you like it...
-krafty (12/09/2009)


My all time favorite "Sing Me Back Home"...
- (02/26/2011)


Incredible 22 minute jam before Dark Star
-fz (10/17/2014)


The Dead kill it on this show. I will be surprised if this is not the show of the day from gratefuldeadoftheday,com.
- (03/23/2015)


Here Comes Sunshine, Playin', and everything between He's Gone and Sugar Mags are top notch Dead jamming in this listener's estimation. Nice take on the Spanish Jam.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (05/02/2016)


Set 1

Bertha - Nice playing by Phil out of the gate.

Beat It On Down The Line - Standard boogie.

Don't Ease Me In - Fun yet again.

The Race Is On - I always sing every line !

Cumberland Blues - First of '73. Joyful.

They Love Each Other - Textbook/bouncy.

Mexicali Blues - EXTREMELY fun version. Well played.

Tennessee Jed - Works for me.

Looks Like Rain - Not perfect but pretty darn close. ..which is fine by me.

Wave That Flag - Bill provides a solid pocket.

El Paso - Consistently well played.

Here Comes Sunshine - Another keeper from start to finish.

Loser - Jerry's voice pushes itself to it's boundaries & in doing so unintentionally adds to the desperation found in the lyrics.

Playing In The Band - This one flows like a jazzy river for the first 12 minutes....then Billy and Phil provide subtle funky elements to mesh w/Jerry's wah. Bob and Keith are also doing excellent work. I would love to hear what Coltrane & Miles would do with this.

Set 2 is Fantastic !

Promised Land - Berry good.

China > Rider - A fun rocking Cat with a great move into a equally fun rocking Rider.

Big River - ENERGY. PHIL!

Stella Blue - Poignant.

Me and My Uncle - Workhorse.

He's Gone - A slow burning ember. Very nice feel musically after the vocal refrain.

Truckin' - Every Truckin' so far has been a keeper. No exception here.

Spanish Jam - Orgasmic jamming. Peaks & valleys discovered & explored with perfect ease. They find the theme at the 12 minute mark. Jerry gets 10 stars for tone and 25 Beautiful Dark Stars for flawless execution. Not one to miss !

Dark Star - 4 minutes ! It's not how long it is...it's how you use it.

Sing Me Back Home - We miss you, Jerry.

Sugar Magnolia - Yes Sir!!!

Johnny B. Goode - Berry good mojo.

Of the 31 songs played the 27 above I would download and spin again.

27 of 31 is a grade of 87.10%

Cheers!
-Bloggy Mcgee (09/17/2018)


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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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