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05/21/74
Edmundson Pavilion - Seattle, WA

Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Brown-Eyed Women
Beat It On Down The Line
Deal
Mexicali Blues
It Must Have Been The Roses
The Race Is On
Scarlet Begonias
El Paso
Row Jimmy
Money Money
Ship Of Fools
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
China Doll

Set 2:
Playin' In The Band
U.S. Blues
Big River
Stella Blue
Around And Around
Eyes Of The World
Wharf Rat
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Johnny B. Goode

Download/Listen to this Show at Archive.org

Comments:

All I can say is, the "Playin In The Band" is mindblowing. It is a full 40 minutes long and the jamming is classic. I just wish I had a better quality tape of this show!!
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Download it from www.gdlive.com. The version there is excellent.
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Thanks Garrett...I was born on this date and therefore figured it was a must have in my collection. GDLive's version sounds great, however, it's missing Stella Blue & Around and Around.
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This is a great show, and the Playin' is mingblowing!. I used to own a Maxell of this, and the Playin' took up the entire side of a 90 minute tape.

As for the Stella and A&A, they are missing on the reels. However, go to archive.org and they have the AUD tracks which sound pretty damn good. Plus, I hate to miss a '74 Stella!

Archive also has the whole show in it's AUD version. This Playin' is not to be missed!
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another wonderful show ruined by donna
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Yes, the Playin' is excellent. However, the first set is not to be missed. Really quite excellent. It is shadowed by the excellent Playin', but give the first set a try and you won't be disappointed.


- (10/07/2007)


Agreed, Donna completely ruined this show, she goes off on some songs, for what reasons i dont know.
- (12/09/2008)


The highlight of this show is the 47+ minute Playing In the Band with audience patches at the beginning and the end. There is a version of this show that has the two missing soundboard songs also patched in from the audience.
- (11/12/2011)


Playin' is my fave Dead song of all, and the one from this particular show is hands down my all-time favorite that I've heard so far. As other posters have already noted, the jamming in this gem is simply exquisite. For many years this was my #1 "when I'm tripping I have to hear this" song.
-Lightnin' (07/25/2012)


One of the few shows where I actually prefer the Aud to the Sbd. When Garcia hits the "tiger" bit in Playin', the Sbd sounds quite sterile, while the Aud ROARS! Plus, Wall of Sound shows have that great, "warm room" sound.

Also the Eyes> Wharf Rat> Sugar Mags is, of course, quite hot.
-GC (12/09/2012)


If anyone wants a complete soundboard of this show, just email me.
- (06/21/2016)


Come on, man, lay off Donna Jean. She made the Grateful Dead a much better band. Just ask Jerry Garcia, who took her out on tour as a member of the Jerry Garcia Band for several years. Also, if the Dead thought that her vocals and her "scream" in Playin' were poor, they would have cut it out as they did with other material that didn't suit their sensibilities. Money money is an example. If you actuall listen to Donna and stop the herd mentality, you will see that her harmonies are a net positive, and much better than any Garcia vocal after about 1982.
- (02/16/2018)


Official Release: Pacific Northwest 1973-1974 (September 2018)

Disc 1

Me and My Uncle 3:25
Brown-Eyed Women 5:20
Beat It On Down the Line 3:47
Deal 4:55
Mexicali Blues 3:59
It Must Have Been the Roses 5:45
The Race Is On 3:34
Scarlet Begonias 5:55
El Paso 4:56
Row Jimmy 9:25
Money Money 5:01
Ship of Fools 6:18

Disc 2

Weather Report Suite 17:22
China Doll 5:48
Playing in the Band 46:59
U.S. Blues 5:47

Disc 3

Big River 5:24
Stella Blue 8:40
Around and Around 5:25
Eyes of the World 13:52
Wharf Rat 9:45
Sugar Magnolia 10:03
Johnny B. Goode 4:08


-Bookkeeper (06/13/2018)


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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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