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09/25/76
Capital Centre - Landover, MD

Set 1:
Bertha
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble On Rose
Cassidy
Brown-Eyed Women
Mama Tried
Peggy-O
It's All Over Now
Loser
Let It Grow
Sugaree

Set 2:
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Mississippi Half-Step
Dancin' In The Streets
Cosmic Charlie
Scarlet Begonias
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
Drums
St. Stephen

Encore:
Sugar Magnolia

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Comments:

Rumor has it that this show and 9-28-76 will be Dick's Picks 20
-Budchief


Your alleged rumor is correct and it is
muy choice!!!!
-Obie Won


No comment.
I was wondering if you could give me "Obie Won's" e-mail address, or have him e-mail me. I believe him to be a friend of a friend I met at some shows.
Gratefully,
Bob
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You wish
-Anonymous


is anyone else a huge fan of ALL OVER NOW
-Anonymous


god damn this was a smoking show this was my first ever and i feel damn luckey great setlist great composer this whole tour was off the ringer one of the best years besides 72 god bless the grateful dead
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Last ever Cosmic Charlie
-Anonymous


One of my favorite Dick's Picks (can anyone tell my It's all over was not released with the rest of the show?)...God bless the live releases as it gives us the opportunity to hear some real crisp live music from the boys.

Of course this is the infamous last Cosmic Charlie, as we'd only hear 40 more seconds of the song 18 years later...and that's it.
- (10/05/2008)


Sugar Magnolia is not really an "encore," as it comes seconds after the end of St. Stephen
-Anonymous (09/26/2011)


Not last Cosmic Charlie, they pulled it out one more time in 94
- (06/14/2015)


I absolutely love this Peggy-O. It's the first song in this show that has any teeth to it. Keith's playing dances around Jerry's solo in the most wonderful way. '76 was good for Keith. Loser was vaguely uneventful but good nonetheless. We've got us a lively LIG with the fun drum break in the middle. The Sugaree is nice and gooey. The whole band fell into the groove and never came out. Phil particularly stands out, he practically digs a hole and fills it back in.

A bit unorthodox few songs to start off the second set. A tight LL>Supp gets things going nice and strong. The Half Step is a little slow but that's to be expected for this year. But the jam after the "Across the rio grandeo" is strong. It almost sounded like Phil and the drummers wanted to go straight into Dancin' but Jerry had other plans. I'm not a big fan of Dancin', especially the "disco" ones, but this one has some fine moments in it. The rhythm sections are firing on all cylinders. There's a few shows in '76 where Cosmic Charlie rises from the ashes of Dancin' in the Street and every time I've heard it the opening riff is just magical. The Scarlet Begonias comes out of the gate swingin! Holy smokes this one is a gooooood one. Donnas vocals are tasteful. The final jam is perfect. It starts as a slow, melodic noodle and meticulously builds back to the main theme.

A nice St. Stephen ends when the drummers start their NFA beat and we get a fine 10 minute Not Fade Away. Those drummers are sure having fun with this show. A nice drum/bass jam brings us back for the end St. Stephen. Then they play a rocking Sugar Mags for the encore with a little mini jam thing at the end.

Over all it's quite a darn good show! Although the first half of the first set didn't do much for me. Pay attention to Keith, Bill, and Phil. They really shine throughout.
-Simple Man Stan (04/20/2016)


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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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