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11/17/73
Pauley Pavilion, UCLA - Los Angeles, CA

Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Here Comes Sunshine
Looks Like Rain
Deal
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
The Race Is On
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Big River
Brown-Eyed Women
Around And Around

Set 2:
Row Jimmy
Jack Straw
Ramble On Rose
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
Morning Dew
Uncle John's Band
Playin' In The Band
Stella Blue
El Paso
Eyes Of The World
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Casey Jones

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Comments:

an amazing show; Playin' in the band morphed back into Uncle John's Band in the best way possible.
-Marshall Ruby


One of the best jamming sessions of all time is the fabulously played PITB>UJB>MD>UJB>PITB. Each transition happens majically just before you're aware that it's changed, it has...
-Dark Star


This was my 1st show and besides my immediate enamoration with the band, two things stand out:
1) Weir talking about the fire marshall not wanting people dancing in the aisles
2) Someone behind me commenting about them coming back into PITB saying" They already played this song" and my friend who got me the ticket responding, "NO, they're STILL PLAYING this song..."
-


Big River is solid
Good Rain, and I'm not a rain fan....
-If I Had my way


Everybody has there favorite show, this one is mine. Almost 3 years before I was even born, the Playin-Uncle Johns-Dew sandwich is nothing short of phenomenal. The transition back into Uncle Johns is flawless, and after all that, they pull out a fantatic Eyes.
-Jay


This Dead fan feels there is no better varied setlist than perhaps 6.7.70 than this gem.
I
Deal-extended solo's in midsong but shorter than most versions.
China>Rider-can't think of a better example of great Jerry noodling then seamless seque.
Big River-you can hear the levels go up during Jerry's midsong solo. Before BE Women, you hear Phil, not Bobby say "go back to your seat for awhile" which I got a kick out of. Similar to Jerry at 5.8.77 "move back...or move back some"

II
One of the most melodic Dews I have heard and as many others above may have stated, this sequence is one for the ages. when is this one going to be crowed a Dick's Picks I ask?

-


Well, after listening to hundreds of shows this is my all time favorite and I really couldn't tell you why. Other than the playing is wonderful but there's something indescribable happening as well. I know others will have different opinions but this show just does it for me in a way that no other show does. It's just beautiful.
- (03/27/2007)


this ramble on rose is one of the best, all the boys are on fire
-jim (11/29/2008)


My second show. By then I knew their music better, not like the first time I saw them when I was clueless. In the midst of the PITB>UJB>MD>UJB>PITB when I realized what they were doing I had an epiphany, one of the highest moments of my life. Right then and there I was a Deadhead for life. The extra chemical stimulation didn't hurt either.
-BoxRainMac (04/20/2009)


Beautiful... 2 part Rapidshare download
Enjoy...

http://rapidshare.com/files/306735781/gd731117-UCLA.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/306908419/gd731117-UCLA.part2.rar
-Krafty (11/18/2009)


Wonder if this show was the catalyst for the Bruins 30-0 season? It was a week before the first game. Bill Walton had to be in attendence. Anyone see him there? I gotta think coach Wooden was not happy about moving practice around this show
- (02/07/2012)


Supposed to be Dave's Picks Vol. 5, Feb. 2013.
-Lightnin' (12/11/2012)


Great show and yes Bill Walton was in attendance.
- (01/08/2013)


'73 was something of a transitional period in Deadland. Large-venue shows were in vogue and with them, the W-O-S that both awed and annoyed. Little did we suspect the Band would not return our way but for one unannounced show for 3 years. Praise be that in '76 the Boys returned to playing in theaters and saved the neighborhood from hari-kari. Peace, pals.
-DobbsBaby (01/26/2013)


One the great second sets.
-80s head (01/30/2013)


As other commenters have mentioned, there's just something about this show that does it for me. Many top notch versions of even the straightforward stuff. Ramble on rose is a foot-stomper. Tenn Jed, BEW, China>rider are all-time versions for me. Second set sandwich speaks for itself. Soundboard source is just perfect. This is a peak show from a peak month.
-Vologases (02/23/2016)


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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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