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03/26/73
Baltimore Civic Center - Baltimore, MD

Set 1:
Promised Land
Mississippi Half-Step
The Race Is On
Wave That Flag
Jack Straw
Sugaree
Mexicali Blues
Box Of Rain
Row Jimmy
Beat It On Down The Line
Brown-Eyed Women
El Paso
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Looks Like Rain
Don't Ease Me In
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Ramble On Rose
Big River
Here Comes Sunshine
Greatest Story Ever Told
Candyman
Me And My Uncle
He's Gone
Truckin'
WRS Prelude
Wharf Rat
Me And Bobby McGee
Eyes Of The World
Morning Dew

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

This was my 1st Show. I was in the 8th grade. At intermission Wolfman Jack came out and was booed. Then he said " I don't want to take up much of your time but who ever likes the Dead LIGHT UP" and it seemed like everyone in the place lit up a joint. Then the boys came out and played Ramble On Rose and when the verse "just like Wolfman Jack" was sung everyone lit up again.
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What a great night! This was one of the few times I caught a musical high (natural rush) I think it was an extended Truckin' jam with disco ball and everything. One other time during a Dead/Allman Bros concert at RFK during a jam on "One Way Out" I had another superb musical event (totally natural head rush) but that's another story. Donna Jean wailed it on "Playin' in the Band." I remember just plain falling in love with her vocals from that point on. This was a 3.5 or 4 hour show... I don't recall exactly but the band really put some music out there that evening.

Went with a bunch of friends and had an absolutely wonderful night.

For a while I thought Dick's Picks Vol.23 was this concert but after reading a synopsis of the recording I realized it was not...Shucks! This would have been a great one too. Anyone have a bootleg?
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WOW!!! What a 2nd set!! The flow from He's Gone to Morning Dew is an incredible journey of emotions!

The 9:00 WRS Jam (No Lyrics) is not to be missed!! Also I really enjoy the seque of "Whart Rat > Bobby McGee > Eyes"

This show is even better than the popular 3-24-73 show in philly.
-Jeff


Alright, maybe not better than 3-24-73, but great from a different perspective!!!
-Jeff


One of my favorite Morning Dews.
-eddietandy (01/03/2008)


Great sounding board at Rapidshare. Clean download...
http://rapidshare.com/files/318649757/gd730326BaltimoreMD.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/318658146/gd730326BaltimoreMD.part2.rar

That's what I'm talkin' bout.
-krafty (12/09/2009)


WRS Prelude 4th of 52 & 6 months shy of coupling with Let It Grow. The rest of the set is "collassal" Dead

He's Gone - Garcia's voice is piercing. Donna perfectly on key in the late chorus. The Garcia solo into the transition is a perfect example of how great a guitarist the man remains. The slow ebbing & flowing non stop solo taking anyone into deep thought.
Truckin'- Sweet Keith fills

- (11/23/2015)


Set 1

Promised Land - Standard opener.

Wave That Flag - Sweet little shuffle.

Sugaree - Nice

Mexicali Blues - Reliable. That's a good thing too!

Beat It On Down The Line - Keith G doing his job.

Brown Eyed Women - Bob muffs a chord early. Chill version from then on.

El Paso - Lively performance. A shot of adrenaline for (up to this point) a below average set.

China > Rider - Now this is what I'm talkin' 'bout!!! Rocking Cat w/a fine transition into a Rider that begins in a quite fashion....then builds quickly.

Don't Ease Me In - Keith rocking!

Playing In The Band - Habitual awesomeness. Bill.

Set 2

Big River - I give it 10 gunracks.

Here Comes Sunshine - Standard '73 treat.

Greatest Story Ever Told - Abrasive energy. Tweaked up delivery from Bobby.

He's Gone - Laid back. Another well played jam at the end.

Truckin' - Even keel vibe trucks it's way to Nobody's Faultish/slide work. Melts away.

Weather Report Suite Prelude - Excellent stuff. Perfect.

Wharf Rat - Vibrant take of a fantastic song. Love it.

Eyes of the World - Sharp tone Jerry on display. Keith casting subtle spells. Phil/Bill/Bob doing the same.

Morning Dew - good.good.good.better.better.beTTER.BETTER! Dew.

Of the 31 songs played the 20 above I would download and spin again.

20 of 31 is a grade of 64.52%

Cheers!
-Bloggy Mcgee (09/18/2018)


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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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