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04/30/77
The Palladium - New York City, NY

Set 1:
The Music Never Stopped
Bertha
It's All Over Now
Deal
Mama Tried
Me And My Uncle
Peggy-O
Looks Like Rain
Mississippi Half-Step
Promised Land

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Good Lovin'
Friend Of The Devil
Estimated Prophet
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
Stella Blue
St. Stephen
One More Saturday Night

Encore:
Terrapin Station

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Comments:

This was one great show. Especially in the second set when the crowd kept yelling out for St. Stephen...AND THEY DID IT!!!!!
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they had alot of technical problems in the first set but that didn't stop them from performing an absolutely gorgeous and stunning Looks Like Rain!!
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a first set for the ages
-Anonymous


Mid first set Deal...Peggy O, 2nd set classics Scarlet>Fire and FOTD tucked intot he middle of the 2nd. Estimated>St. Stephen>NFA...

Terrapin encore...enough said huh?

Show for the ages on East 14th Street!
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The famous Saturday Night at the Palladium. An Estimated Prophet that actually ends. The band takes a pretty long break onstage with the members discussing what to play. The crowd started to get a little antsy with people yelling out all kinds of songs to play (Did I hear Whippin' Post? Wrong show.) Phil says, "Decisions, Decisions". Then the band breaks into St Stephen, continues with a rocking Not Fade Away and a great, mellow Stella Blue with Phil's bass so loud, it went through the spines of everybody there. What a great show!! Does anybody have a CD of this one.
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now part of the Dead.net download series. go buy it!
-Anonymous (03/08/2009)


Pretty awesome '77; the download series that included this one sounds wonderful. It's that big Scarlet > Fire and Jerry's absolutely insane NFA breakdown that makes this one.
- (04/30/2015)


What an amazing show, I started listening to Dicks Pick's albums when I bought an iTunes unlimited membership about 6 months ago. Of all the shows I have access to, this one in particular stands out. The best tunes are: Estimated profit, Phil drives the song and everyone is tight, the Peggy O is extremely soulful with Jerry just killing the lead, it actually brings tears to my eyes. Friend of the Devil again Jerry brings his A game in the solo which will take your breath away. The Scarlet is amazing, Jerry basically sings the lyrics with his guitar playing - love love love!!

Please please please listen to this show and enjoy!


- (12/29/2015)


St Steve he loves the effects!! Wow first 2 min as good as any but mid/end not close to 6/9 or 5/8 NFA just ripping all the way thru but wait till you hear him at min 6 he is on fire!!
3/7/17
- (03/07/2017)


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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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