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12/08/73
Cameron Indoor Stadium (Duke University) - Durham, NC

Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Sugaree
Mexicali Blues
Dire Wolf
Black Throated Wind
They Love Each Other
Me And Bobby McGee
Don't Ease Me In
The Race Is On
Brown-Eyed Women
Big River
Candyman
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

Set 2:
Around And Around
Ramble On Rose
El Paso
Row Jimmy
Greatest Story Ever Told
Bertha
He's Gone
Truckin'
Nobody's Fault But Mine
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Stella Blue
Johnny B. Goode
Uncle John's Band

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

An amazingly trippy sci-fi Space jam. I don't see it on the set list, don't recall which song it segued into and out of, but one of the best Spaces i've seen ... be interested in hearing where it fit in if anyone recalls.
-


space was between Other One and Wharf Rat ... this was my first Dead concert!
-JG


Top shelf
-Anonymous (01/14/2009)


Absolutely no Donna during this show. Possibly the greatest show of all time??? Late '73 without the hideous shrieking makes a good argument. The Truckin' > Nobody's > Other One > Wharf Rat is mindbending.
-Less Donna (05/21/2009)


Jam of the Week !
-Anonymous (11/14/2011)


The jam after Nobody's Fault has the band stopping three times to let Jerry noodle & once Jerry & Bob together- this show is blissful, very laidback & have they ever played Wharf Rat & Stella Blue back to back ?? the JBGoode >Uncle Johns Band > Sat Night is a great finale!!
- (07/06/2012)


This night is one for the ages. The jaw-dropping setlist is unique in itself both for length and rarity. The diversity of this show is like a last showcase of what the Dead could do in 1973. They pull out all the stops and deliver a He'sGone>Truckin>Nobody's>OtherOne>WharfRat to melt any heads frozen december mind. It was during this set that my mother was removed from the show, since her brain had finally succumbed to the acidic overdose of euphoria. I guess the fact that her dorm-mate was willing to give up his last hour of experience was just a lucky strike. That's proof enough this music is just TOO GOOD. That I would unknowingly carry the namesake of that fateful stadium some 15 years later? Eerie..
- (04/10/2013)


Why all the Donna hater's?? If the boy's thought it was shrieking and horrible, do you think she would have been around for a decade?
-Kevin (10/03/2014)


One of my favorite China/Rider with a really sweet transition.

I have to agree with Kevin on the Donna haters. She's never going to be mistaken for Tina Turner or Linda Ronstadt but she didn't just go on stage uninvited. Jerry thought enough of her to sing with the JG Band.
- (01/18/2017)


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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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