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06/09/76
Boston Music Hall - Boston, MA

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Cassidy
Scarlet Begonias
The Music Never Stopped
Crazy Fingers
Big River
They Love Each Other
Looks Like Rain
Ship Of Fools
Promised Land

Set 2:
St. Stephen
Eyes Of The World
Let It Grow
Drums
Brown-Eyed Women
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
High Time
Samson And Delilah
It Must Have Been The Roses
Dancin' In The Streets
Wharf Rat
Around And Around

Encore:
Franklin's Tower

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Comments:

first st stephen in 5 years
-nick


the franklin's encore cooks!
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this wharf rat almost convinced me to sober up, but as soon as I came down from my trip I did 3 lines of coke... and the dead came out with a smokin Franklins!
-nick


wow Nick we are quite impressed...thanks for sharing such exciting information!
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This show is hot. Im a huge advocate for 77 dead, but since hearing this show i've been convinced it ranks up there with such shows as 5-8-77 and 5-17-77. The energy is intense, and the band is as tight as its ever been. There are many vocal bloopers on behalf of Donnas part, but she still smokes on every song she is a part of. Get this fucking show. Peace
-posterdanknutbag


First High Time since 70
-Anonymous


How about the 8 minute intro into "Eyes", great show!!
-Chad


One of the best they ever played, and easily in my top 5 all-time. Check out the Stephen>Eyes>Let it Grow. Absolutely Beautiful!!!!!
-Jay


I
Crazy Fingers-4th time played
II
Lazy Lightening>
Supplication-3rd time played
Samson-3rd as well
E:
Franklin's-6th time played.

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The boys return to the east coast. Last show was 8/6/74 Jersey City.
-Brianmerrilyn (03/12/2008)


Let It Grow at 90mph! This rendition is pure magic - super tight and soooo crisp. It's amazing to me to think about how incredible these guys were. This whole show is completely mind blowing.
-AC Dead Head (06/02/2008)


cosmic crazy finger! and im listneing to a stellar mix of soundboard/mic that is truly well done. i cant wait for let it grow at 90mph. what an unusual set list. st stephen to start the second set :) i guess that a beauty of 76. definitely rockin let it grow. what an encore;)
- (08/24/2008)


eyes all the way.... multi-minute intro.
-greenfox (08/08/2009)


shit I almost forgot....eyes ITSELF is 17 and 1/2 minutes... o.o
-greenfox (08/08/2009)


Road Trips Vol. 4 No.5. Stellar show and the official release sounds exactly perfect. Highly recommended. Love the '76 set lists. Very adventurous.
-Anonymous (05/05/2012)


I just discovered this website a few months ago. Is nick a real person or a drug fairy sent to tell people stupid shit? Seriously. and i though i was obsessed with gettin high. Damn.
-Murphy (11/09/2012)


A second set for the ages. Passage to a place as yet unknown in cartography. If one hadn't been there before, this one would get you there.
-ChickieSweet (12/21/2012)


the only Franklin's Tower as an encore
- (09/16/2013)


AUD sounds great to me, goodness only knows who snuck a tape deck into the Boston Music Hall in 1976. Absolutely smoking show, '76 chops and imagination all the way. Let It Grow is taken at breakneck pace with incredible work from Billy and even Keith.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (03/14/2016)


Excellent show.
Crazy Fingers is tight and delicate.
High Time...where did this come from? And done perfectly after being absent for 6 years.
Stephen...bam...killer
Eyes is much better than most post 74 versions.
Let it Grow...the boys are on fire
-Mark (05/04/2016)


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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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