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06/29/76
Auditorium Theater - Chicago, IL

Set 1:
Tennessee Jed
Cassidy
Peggy-O
Mama Tried
Mission In The Rain
Looks Like Rain
Brown-Eyed Women
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Row Jimmy
The Music Never Stopped
Might As Well

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Candyman
Playin' In The Band
Drums
The Wheel
Playin' In The Band
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
St. Stephen
One More Saturday Night

Encore:
U.S. Blues

Download/Listen to this Show at Archive.org

Comments:

someone help me!!! PLEASE! I need a recording of this show or the one from capitol theatre in Pasaic,NJ (6/18/76). I don't have any music to trade and I have no idea how the system works, but if anyone can help me I would so GREATLY appreciate it. If anyone can please give me a little direction in how to go about getting a copy of either of these shows,Iwould really be so greatful. NO pun intended.
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I went to this show, my 2nd one. I scalped a ticket which happened to be right next to the sound board. I gave up my seat to one taper who was with a bunch of buddies. They promised me a great tape of the show, but funny no one could come up with a pen. Hey Guys with the big reel-to-reel. I gave up the best seat in the house for you and your huge reel-to-reel, would you pleeeaasse get me my tape. Thanx, have a greatful day - One note on the show Dead Air . . . unbelievable 25 years later. I miss you Jerry!
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this net-surfer suggests you check this show out. he loves 'mission in the rain' like it's a baby
-anon


as a chicago area deadhead i took in all 4 shows at the old auditorium during 4 magical summer nites in June of 1976...the bicenntenial summer for our great country!!
the mellow vibe and good time feeling at these shows was "grate"! they did
u.s. blues as the encore 3 of the 4 nites...and i recall some folks were waving these little american flags...happy birthday to the good ol' USA...and happy return from your "hiatus" to the good ol' grateful dead!! wave that flag wave it wide and high...indeed!! sweet memories folks!
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i have this show if anyone wants to trade. good quality. email me.

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The Playin' sandwich is tasty!
-fz


THIS WAS MY 1ST SHOW- LEFT NORTHBROOK WITH JOHNNY D. WITH A BAG OF COLUMBIAN GOLD AND A HANDFUL OF QUALLUDES, BUZZING LIKE BEES UPON OUR ARRIVAL. JOHNNY D. GOT TOO WASTED ON THE LUDES, PUNCHED THE DUDE NEXT TO HIM, AND WAS PHYSICALLY REMOVED FROM HIS SEAT BY THE MAN [HOW WAS I GONNA GET HOME?] THOUGH IT WAS 29 YEARS AGO, I STILL REMEMBER THE HAUNTING VERSION OF MISSION IN THE RAIN, WHICH WAS TRULY THE TURNING POINT FOR ME IN BECOMING A TRUE DEADHEAD- [I READ MUCH LATER SOMEWHERE THAT THIS 'MISSION' WAS CONSIDERED THE BEST ONE EVER [I'M NOT SUPRISED! JOHHNY D. WAS EVENTUALLY RELEASED BACK TO HIS SEAT, MINUS THE DRUGS- WHAT A WONDERFUL MEMORY!
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You're absolutely right fz. The Playin'>Drums>Wheel>Playin' oozes. Can you say "In the zone." Wish I were in Chicago and not Boston that day.
-stp


This was my 1st show out of hundreds. I thought NFA was the encore because I had passed out, great bud.

Looking at the lineup, something obviously great creeped in because I was off and dancing for years to come.
-nerns (10/17/2007)


Cassidy/Peggy-O pairing is mighty fine. both songs were pre-74 but in my opinion, improved vastly after the break. 1st of 40+ of the pairning.
-Perrinswolf (07/07/2008)


I caught this show on gdradio.net. Can barely wait for a free Play / Download of this excellent performance at archive.org!!!

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- (06/14/2009)


Final performance (of five total all in June of '76) of Mission in the Rain. An incredible tune and IMHO an incredible shame it didn't stay in the rotation. Obviously we got a steady dose of it with JGB but like Reuben and Cherise (was at the 4/9/91 performance thankfully) it's a song that would've been fantastic to hear the Boys keep playing. Would've loved to hear those tunes develop with Jerry AND Bobby playing but alas it was not to be. Enjoy this rare nugget as well as a rare late 70's St Stephen.
-gdjake (04/13/2011)


Hot show.
-80s head (07/18/2013)


Ultra stoney Tennessee Jed to open it all. One of my favorite Garcia solos of all time in Looks Like Rain after "Street Cats Maken Love" he builds one of the most beautiful cathedral's of sound... soaring arches, intricate stained glass, lovingly sculpted angel's and saints... A total masterpiece in about 48 seconds Earth Time.
- (08/03/2014)


Playin'>Drums>Wheel>Playin' was beautiful. Wheel was on So Many Roads box set.
-newfan (07/12/2015)


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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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