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06/20/74
The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
U.S. Blues
Beat It On Down The Line
Brown-Eyed Women
Mexicali Blues
It Must Have Been The Roses
Jack Straw
Me And My Uncle
To Lay Me Down
El Paso
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Around And Around

Set 2:
Big River
Ship Of Fools
Truckin'
Eyes Of The World
Slipknot!
China Doll

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

my mother was eight months pregnant with me when she attended this show, that was when i fell in love with the dead, while both of my parents truly enjoy and appreciate the grateful dead, neither of them have the passion for the dead that i have, i really think i was touched at this show, my 3 year old daughter also loved the dead, and she adores jerry,
anyway i just wanted express my dearest thanks to thank everyone that made this show possible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
love
jen
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This show is available at gdlive.
-fz


this truckin is off the hook!!!!!!
-Anonymous


hey anonymous, are you kid rock? j/k
-rich


Second set and the quality of the SBD is of the hook!!!!!!!!!!!
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this show is from the fox not the omni

-Anonymous


Slipknot!-1st of 111
-Perrinswolf (04/03/2007)


I
US Blues-Wonderful jazz jam prior to lyrics, only 74 has the style
Jack Straw-Relaxed instensity
SCARLET BEGONIAS-Missing from setlist
Lay Me Down-8th/64 times played. Next 11.20.73
China>Rider-smashing transition, lost after 74.

II
Ship Of Fools-sublime and sweet
Ship>Truckin'>Eyes-1st of only 2 times this mind melt trip to space was played, other 10.16.74 when the boys were "retiring"

-Brianmerrilyn (04/04/2007)


wow! what a great show and im listening to it for the first time. these 74 shows have not disappointed and this one is incredible, phil is incredible on eyes, this show jams the whole time and into a sweet china doll, a slice of musical history
- (11/06/2007)


wow! what a great show and im listening to it for the first time. these 74 shows have not disappointed and this one is incredible, phil is incredible on eyes, this show jams the whole time and into a sweet china doll, a slice of musical history
- (11/06/2007)


wrong....this show is indeed from the omni not the fox theatre, it is also listed incorrectly as the atlanta municipal auditorium on some circulating boards. there are also comments about this show on the archive from people who were there an say it was the omni.
-chris (01/14/2009)


this show ROCKS get it any way you can, the eyes of the world, ship of fools and china doll are beyond great. especially china doll, this is one of my top 5 favorite versions,
-Connecticut Chris (01/14/2009)


The jam after Truckin' gave me flashbacks driving up Highway 13 through Delaware. This show is very mellow, not a fire show like many before. this one has a mellow vibe to it that they didn't often give the crowd, mostly they gave their shows the crazy mind melters, but this was more of a mind bender, it was just so damn mellow driving down the highway listening to the second set. It was something of a trans-dimensional nature while i was on the road, something i could never put fully into words. A great show.
-Murphy (01/01/2013)


cool Slipknot! Super smooth transition from Eyes to China Doll. Really worth a listen.
-80s head (03/15/2013)


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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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