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05/21/77
Lakeland Civic Center - Lakeland, FL

Set 1:
Bertha
Me And My Uncle
They Love Each Other
Cassidy
Jack-A-Roe
Jack Straw
Tennessee Jed
New Minglewood Blues
Row Jimmy
Passenger
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Brown-Eyed Women
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
Drums
The Other One
Comes A Time
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
St. Stephen
One More Saturday Night

Encore:
U.S. Blues

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Comments:

The whole second set is awesome!!
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jerry's soloing in tennessee jed, the love each other, and scarlet are amazing..
-Anonymous


I think this is the absolute best friggin' US Blues ever. Smokin' 3 minute intro
-Anonymous


which USB are you talking about? This one sounds like every other one.
-b.


Dick's Picks Vol. 29
-Anonymous


My setlist has a Minglewood after Tennessee and then Row Jimmy and then Passenger...anyone know where this minglewood came from?
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i just love this show...leaves with nothing left to do but smile,smile,smile..:^))))
-Ga - Deadhead


Comes A Time is heart wrenching, and everything about this show smokes. Pick up a high quality version at deadboots.com
-Anonymous


Or just pick up a sonically superior version direct from the Dead!
-Anonymous


I, too, have Tennessee, Minglewood, Row Jimmy, and then Passenger
-409


The Scarlet/Fire from this show rivals any other show for pure power, even the one no more than a couple weeks earlier on 5-8
-Anonymous


I
Jack-A-Roe - 5th Time played
Scarlet>Fire - in the 1st set!! 90min

II
He's Gone - heartfelt version.
St. Stephen>
NFA>
St. Stephen
10th to last time this old school sequence was played.
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I was there. I don't remember it being as good as it is on Dick's Picks 29. It just seemed like another ho-hum dead show to us then. I guess we were all still pretty much strung out on Europe 72 thing. Everything they did after that was measured against it. But now after all these years, I am quite surprised. Great show. A really great one. I feel very lucky to have seen them on this one, and to have full recollection of it as well!
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this show rocked hard. The Dead always loved this out of the way place. Saw Sportatorium night before and they cranked there too. Second set of this show we were hanging from the rafters. One of the best shows ever.


- (02/09/2008)


the comes a time brings tears to my eyes
-Anonymous (12/13/2009)


Best Scarlet/Fire EVER! 25 minutes of ecstasy. Jerry's in THE ZONE!
- (02/22/2011)


I agree 100% that the scarlet/fire are the best EVER. i have yet to find a more powerful beautiful version.
-Anonymous (04/11/2012)


I'm recently on the bus and have since heard at least 20 scarlet fires including 5 from spring 77 and this is easily the clearest most powerfull scarlet from start to finish with an unreal solo including extra bars, and the fire is in the top 5 easy, this is number 1 until I hear otherwise
- (06/11/2012)


My favorite show by far from 1977!
Here's why:

1) The ONLY Dead show that features He's Gone and St. Stephen in the setlist.

2) One of only two Dead shows that features Comes A Time and St. Stephen in the setlist. (The other is a show from Chicago in 1971)

3) Best version(s) of Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain in 1977, to end the energetic, inspired first set.

4) Comes A Time was only performed five times in 1977, and every rendition of that song in '77 is an excellent performance.

5) If you don't supply the goods and deliver on a hot Saturday night in Florida in the 1970s--then better stay home!


- (05/09/2013)


All was right with the world when I was at this show. Still one of my favorites that I saw. What a setlist! Before they launch into Estimated, you can hear them planning the sequence. This is priceless. I remember seeing it going on and now I can hear it on DP 29. I don't remember how I got to Lakeland after two killer nights in Atlanta, but I remember the show...more like feel the show...very well.
- (04/26/2014)


First Dead show after 3 years of listening. Got to the venue early, met Donna knitting in the back of a tour bus. Played some frisbee, went in as the doors opened. Stood right up front. Remember Jer looking down and smiling at us all. Things kicked in and when they did Scarlett I put the girlfriend on my shoulders. She said she felt she was onstage, she was maybe 20ft away. Damn long song, but I hung, and we all took a sit down until the 2nd set. After the show we met Bobby, Jerry, Phil (in the limo with a sandwich) and Mickey. just a way cool bunch of misfits at the top of their game.

The new fans caught up a couple of years later in 1980, security would have prevented the accessibility we had at that Lakeland show.
-Fuzzy (08/05/2014)


Bobby after Samson: "I've been asked to announce that if you're doing anything that the law don't allow, you ought to be very careful, because the law is here tonight."
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (08/26/2016)


My 18th birthday, sure wish I'd have been there! Wouldn't see my first till Denver, but still on the bus 40 years plus!
-Buscameby (02/24/2018)


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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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