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08/13/75
Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
The Music Never Stopped
It Must Have Been The Roses
Eyes Of The World
Drums
Stronger Than Dirt

Set 2:
Around And Around
Sugaree
Big River
Crazy Fingers
Drums
The Other One
Sage And Spirit
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
U.S. Blues

Encore:
Blues For Allah

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Comments:

This show was the first bootleg I ever owned and it is by far my favorite of all the shows I have. It's a nice mix of tunes and the sets flow very well. I highly, highly recommend this show! Unfortunately, a few years ago, I lost the second set and I have been unable to find anyone who has this show. If there is a really kind soul out there who would want to send me the second set (I'll trade), I would be very grateful. Thanks!
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Not to be a bitch or anything, but you can BUY this show. It's the first of the vault series that was released several years ago. I know its cool that the dead allow free trading of their shows, but lets help them out by purchasing one of their official live albums from time to time.
-Anonymous


these '75 shows that marked the return of Mickey began the custom of a loud single musical 'send off' to end a song, unlike '71-'74 when Billy would roll the drums for a second to end a song

mickey helped bring back the 'rolling thunder' sound.
-rich


very clean sound from the few 75 shows. I think this might have been the first Help-->Slip-->Franklin's
-Anonymous


the dead were at their most exploratory without mickey. i know, i know, it's blaspehmy, but think about 72-74. have you ever heard a drummer beat the crap out of the set like billy did? he danced. the lines were delicate where they had to be and rocked when the needed to. billy has always been the back bone of the rhythm section for the dead. don't kid yourself. mickey is great and he adds a huge amount of energy to the band, but with two drummers, they had to calm down. there is a really interesting article posted with the 10-18-74 show on gdlive regarding this issue. i highly recommend the read. i am by no means dissing mickey, because the dead would not be the dead without what he brings to the band. i'm simply stating that the boys were at their most exploratory shortly after mickey left and until they had their brief stint with retirement in for a couple of months at the close of 74.
-Anonymous


Officially released on CD as "One From The Vault."
-Anonymous


Crazy Fingers-I know understand where some of Trey Anastasio's playing style comes from after hearing this version.

-Perrinswolf (05/02/2007)


I agree thats its a crsip sound, although its only the first or second help-slipknot i think its one of the better recordings
-Anonymous (09/18/2007)


Its funny to hear mean old uncle bill's new yawk accent introduce the band some of it sounds stiff but king solomn and eyes of the world has some jaw dropp'm moments keith playin the fender rhodes electric piano
-Stagger lee (06/30/2009)


first music never stopped!
-Anonymous (08/12/2010)


first of 2 sage and spirits.
-Anonymous (06/23/2011)


Perrinswolf, thank you, no one else ever understands me when i say that. There is also the outro from most of the Good Lovin' jams is almost exactly the melodic line of Possum. Listen to the Good Lovin from 4/24/72, around minute 6 on, jerry busts out some licks that are note-for-note Possum. This show is also my favorite version of Music Never Stopped. Can't explain why, but every time someone blasts it, i can't help but smile.
-Anonymous (06/22/2012)


I love the band intro, very fun and rare since Bill would die tragically years later
-Anonymous (08/14/2013)


Happy 40 Year Anniversary!
-M C (08/13/2015)


After listening to the One From The Vault for the first time in awhile, sounds like Around & Around ends first set not the start of the 2nd. Bobby states they are taking a break after Around.
-rmd (10/11/2015)


The anonymous comment about the reunion with Mickey Hart is right on. The '71-'74 shows, one drummer, Keith, Donna was the Dead glory period. Though they got through 76-78 with some fine work, nothing compares to the one drummer era. Too bad Hart rejoined the scene. And after Keith and Donna left, well, it was a shell of what they were. The shows after 1984 all through 1995 are just abysmal.
- (05/26/2016)


Mike is an idiot
-Jeff (08/13/2016)


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Band Configuration
(10/20/74 - 02/17/79)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Keith Godchaux
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart
Backup Vocals: Donna Godchaux

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