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05/20/73
UCSB Stadium - Santa Barbara, CA

Set 1:
Bertha
Me And My Uncle
Box Of Rain
Deal
Looks Like Rain
Tennessee Jed
The Race Is On
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Beat It On Down The Line
They Love Each Other
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Promised Land
Brown-Eyed Women
Mexicali Blues
Row Jimmy
Jack Straw
Big Railroad Blues
Greatest Story Ever Told
Here Comes Sunshine
Big River
Loser
El Paso
Casey Jones

Set 3:
Truckin'
The Other One
Eyes Of The World
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Johnny B. Goode

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Comments:

This was my first show, first blowjob and my birthday! All three were unbelievable.
-


Now THAT's entertainment, and hard to beat.
-anon


you are an absoulte tool
-Anonymous


I CONCUR....most highly.
-


Heavy hitter 3rd set to say the least!
-Perrinswolf (06/13/2007)


This is a smoking second set. The Other One is the inferno. You wonder if these are humans or aliens making music. Top shelf '73 to be sure.
-Anonymous (01/28/2008)


err, I mean third set. It's all good...
-Anonymous (01/28/2008)


The Playing in the Band is off the hook.
-Bamski (05/19/2008)


I don't think this show is as good as people say - I listened to the soundboard at LMA and there are a number of mixing problems throughout the show. Most prominent was during the freaked out sequence during The Other One where all you could hear was Jerry. Jerry's voice was crackling up in the latter half of the show too if I recall. The playing was all that too tight. I give this show an average rating.
-Steve (06/20/2008)


this was my last show, my last blow job, and my last birthday.
-Anonymous (02/02/2009)


A fine trip.
- (05/19/2009)


Clean board just for you...
http://rapidshare.com/files/321904987/gd730520UCSantaBarbara.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/321911411/gd730520UCSantaBarbara.part2.rar
mp3 @ 256kbps
-Anonymous (12/16/2009)


K srsly, how many times a year does Jerry have laryngitis? It seems like every other day I listen to a show where his voice sounds like he's about to cough up a lung
-Anonymous (02/21/2010)


I was there and remember two things from that concert. A sign saying "Donald is the Duck"; and the word "imbroglio" flying through my mind. &&&&&
-Anonymous (09/28/2012)


Hey Tim, did you swallow?
-Anonymous (01/08/2014)


Best show comments I've ever read. Highlights were Anonymous(2/2/09) and Anonymous(1/8/14).
- (10/14/2016)


Unfiltered camels and blow tends not to be good for the singing voice
-Anonymous (03/18/2017)


Set 1

Me and My Uncle - Workhorse.

Deal - To the point. Tight.

Tennessee Jed - Good Jed

The Race Is On - Jangly good time music.

China > Rider - Excellent Cat!/feeling groovy/Tight Rider. Really nice.

They Love Each Other - Flawed but impossible to ignore.

Playing In The Band - Jerry, Bill & Phil take no time asserting themselves. Super busy/punchy Phil in action. This take never truly goes '73/Mellow for long at all. A persistent thumper. It rocks ! A real good time.

Set 2

Promised Land - Good rocking.

Brown Eyed Women - A woolly woman.

Mexicali Blues - Standard Mexicaliness.

Row Jimmy - Great vocals from Jerry.

Big Railroad Blues - Juke joint vibes. Rocking.

Greatest Story Ever Told - Another smoking version !

Here Comes Sunshine - Great energy. This tune is a gem of '73.

Big River - I give it 10 pans of cornbread.

Loser - They dealt a straight.

El Paso - Standard goodness.

Casey Jones - Textbook/solid.

Set 3 is Sweet

Truckin' - Sweet jam. Nobody's Fault included. The 13 minute mark is really something! Nice work. Classic mid 70's Dead. Gotta love Truckin'....especially from 72-74.

The Other One - Peyote friendly at the 5ish mark. Fantastic sounds are invading my headphones. Great atmosphere.

Eyes of the World - Standardize. Still dance worthy.

Stella Blue - The best yet. Just listen. Jerry's voice even while strained is perfect here. Left me wanting for nothing.

Sugar Magnolia - It rocks and rolls and boogies and rolls some more.

Johnny B. Goode - A Berry good closer.

Of the 30 songs played the 25 above I would download and spin again.

25 of 30 is a grade of 83.33%

Cheers!
-Bloggy Mcgee (09/20/2018)


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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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