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06/18/74
Freedom Hall - Louisville, KY

Set 1:
Promised Land
It Must Have Been The Roses
Black Throated Wind
Ramble On Rose
Beat It On Down The Line
Loser
Mexicali Blues
Eyes Of The World
China Doll
Around And Around

Set 2:
Loose Lucy
El Paso
Row Jimmy
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
The Other One
It's A Sin
Stella Blue
Big River
Tennessee Jed
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Morning Dew

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Comments:

Aaaaaah.......My first 74' boot! Despite some sound problems in the beginning, this is a gem of a show! Get the SHNs from GDlive.com
-Anonymous


jerry's most poignant lines on "btw". sound problems from promised through the middle of btw. A rockin' "Eyes" and the coolest jam out of "WRS" that i have ever heard. Get it.
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How about "it's a sin" between the other one and Stella Blue? It's a sin and a shame they havn't played some more of it.
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This is such a great sounding show. Defintiely one to call "tops"
-


BEST EYES EVA...
-NATE


Second set dripped like fondue... spilling over the crowd with creamy goodness
-Captain Minky


This is known as Phish members Trey and Cactus' favorite dead show.
-


Can't believe no has mentioned the spectacular encore - 'Morning Dew'. A best of version
-Chad


From the WRS through the monumental Moring Dew, this show is a Top 10 Pick.
Get it for the rare, but beatiful "It's a Sin Jam", if nothing else. It's short, but oh so sweet.
-Golden Bear


this morning dew makes me cringe. one of the best IMHO..................
-DeadHead


First set Eyes>China Doll! The boys didnt' need the 1st set to warm up this night here folk. Note BT Wind, not to be played after 74 until mid 3/16/90.

2nd set also has sunsetting of WRS Suite as well as "It's A Sin" last played 8.28.69 Family Dawg. The boys saved the C&W songs for the end, but the venue is appropriate.
-Perrinswolf (06/18/2007)


Always one of my favorite tapes. The Eyes was just fantastic. My tape had WRS into Eyes, which is incorrect, but it made for a sweet side of a tape. real sweet
- (11/14/2007)


Maybe my favorite show, but I wouldnt limit it to just one. And Ill probably change my mind tomorrow anyways. Looking around for a good-sounding board that doesnt mess up the vocals in the first few songs. Does anybody know of one and where I could get it?
-JS (12/07/2007)


HOLY SHIT! This TOO is off the charts. It's just sick. The best one I've heard and it's only second to 9/17/72 in the The Other One Hall Of Fame.

HO LEE SMOKE.
-Steve (05/31/2008)


35 years ago today, one of the greatest shows the boys ever played, in my top 5. Highlights:

Set 1:
Eyes >
China Doll

Set 2:
WRS >
Let It Grow >
The Other One >
It's A Sin>
Stella Blue (this whole sequence is scorching)

Morning Dew (hair-raising)

Paradoxically, some of their tightest and most exploratory playing in the magical summer of '74 is here. Do yourself a favor. Download this show now. Then pass it on to a friend.
-Ed (06/18/2009)


how do you not play BTW for 16 years....
-steve (06/30/2009)


Crispy, clean SBD mp3 @ 256kbps...

http://rapidshare.com/files/321855126/gd740618LouisvilleKY.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/321860519/gd740618LouisvilleKY.part2.rar

All better now...
-Anonymous (12/16/2009)


This show has so many highlights its hard to pick a few. The WRS is my all time favorite and the Morning Deew is incredible.
But what makes this show special is the fact that it is tight from beginning to end. This show is the epitome of the mind meld at its finest!
Other faves are the Loser in the first set (Jerry's guitar makes you want to cry) and the "Around & Around". It's an incredible version of a tune that Keith absolutely rocks out on. This version makes me understand why he fit the band.

- (03/08/2011)


Best Eyes ever. Listen to to in detail. One reason it is so good is that has a combination of Wall of Sound, Legion of Mary and Blues for Allah.

A Perfect Storm.
- (04/06/2012)


Just listened to this show this morning and I always get a kick out of Jerry alluding to "My Old Kentucky Home" during his solo on Beat it on Down the Line. He tries to go there and it's not quite there but then he gets it and references it perfectly.
- (08/17/2012)


Agreed with all: one of the most incredible song arcs from an amazing year: WRS-->OO-->Sin--> Stella Blue. I listened to this one so much that my tape eventually fell apart; wonderful to have it again in clear digital sound.
-Grateful Fred (01/10/2013)


First bootleg from '74! Best boot ever!
- (05/07/2016)


Here's what I did after being pissed at the sound issues in set 1.

I created a 3 disc playlist which goes:

Disc 1: 2nd set
1. Loose Lucy
2. El Paso
3. Row Jimmy
First set
4. Eyes Of The World
5. China Doll
6. Around And Around

Disc 2: 2nd set
1. Weather Report Suite
2. The Other One
3. It's A Sin
4. Stella Blue
5. Big River

Disc 3: 2nd set
1. Tennessee Jed
2. Sugar Magnolia
3. Morning Dew

There. Now you have a better show even if it's incomplete.
-will (10/02/2016)


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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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