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04/22/77
The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

Set 1:
Promised Land
Mississippi Half-Step
Looks Like Rain
Deal
El Paso
Tennessee Jed
Estimated Prophet
Peggy-O
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Samson And Delilah
It Must Have Been The Roses
Dancin' In The Streets
Mojo
Dancin' In The Streets
The Wheel

Encore:
Terrapin Station

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Comments:

I remember a particularly blistering Wheel with Phil in dominant mode...the band meandered through the latter part of the second set until Phil insisted on fusing them together on the closer - a transcendent & celebratory Terrapin followed as a gleeful exhale of an encore.
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This was my first Dead show. It was so different than all the other bands. I asked myself why are there all these hippies in school buses and VW California license plates? They all seem to know one another! Next thing you know I was one of them and never looked back.
-Beam


WOW! A really nice show. A 5 minute intro til the first words for 'Fire', a great 'Terrapin' closer
-Chad


Scarlet>Fire>Samson-1st of 44 times this spiffy duo was played.
-Perrinswolf


Samson does not segue from Fire On the Mountain....about 5 minutes of tuning.
-Brianmerrilyn (10/07/2008)


Terrapin was not played as an encore in this show, but rather it came out of The Wheel to end the second set.

It should read
The Wheel >
Terrapin Station
-Bostnfn (12/04/2009)


My first Dead show too. 20th birthday. The image I remember, or seem to remember, is Jerry dancing, or doing something like dancing, shuffling his feet, on Scarlet Begonias.
- (06/15/2010)


This is an okay show. Not ground-breaking or anything.

The PITB to end the first set is awesome though. It gets out there, funky, and LOUD. Absolutely worth the time to listen. Resembles a '74 style Playing.

Terrapin doesn't sound as though it's the encore on my recording. Really seemed to me as though Terrapin came right out of Wheel.
- (05/12/2013)


Terrapin-1st east coast performance
- (01/16/2014)


My first show also. I was 19, over from U Delaware. Spent almost the entire show poking around for Acid (I got burned on a piece of Xerox paper). Next day my dormitory DH buddy asked how the show was. I replied, "yeah... okay." The kid next to me gasped. "What? it was AMAZING!" he cried. Listening to the tape 40 years (wow) later... I can hear he was right, it was a great show.
Always remember- one tape to another can sound very different!
-Beam-R (07/14/2017)


Keith shines!, rare synth work.
this show is my favorite of all time
check out the playin! (and rest;))
also donna is very cute in this show especially in Fire!
wonder if they were tripping this show,
second set gets crazy and they have fun in dancin :)


- (08/16/2017)


First show...remembered barely being able to see the band through the smoky haze & Jerry getting animated in the second set. Terrapin was mesmerizing, stunned at no encore though.
- (09/15/2017)


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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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