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05/28/77
Hartford Civic Center - Hartford, CT

Set 1:
Bertha
Good Lovin'
Sugaree
Jack Straw
Row Jimmy
New Minglewood Blues
Candyman
Passenger
Brown-Eyed Women
Promised Land

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Tennessee Jed
Estimated Prophet
Playin' In The Band
Terrapin Station
Not Fade Away
Wharf Rat
Playin' In The Band
One More Saturday Night

Encore:
U.S. Blues

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Comments:

killer estimated
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A NFA to remember! 17 Min. of pure bliss!
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one of the all time MONSTER Sugaree's!!
nearly 20 minutes and not one note wasted...beautiful!! the whole show is special!
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This show rocks!!!! Every song is executed well. Estimated>Playin'>Terrapin is out of hand. Damn I love this sh**. Peace.
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damn grateful show.. set I is typical but being the month of May in 1977 it is played very well. Sugaree is the very best ever played by the dead. Set II is mind-blowing. Get this one if you can..enjoy :^))
-Ga-DeadHead


didn't make the show, but one hell of a SUGAREE. absolutely mind blowing!
-JP


1977...the year that just doesn't seem to stop giving back. May in particular is some of the best music the Dead have ever played. This second set is the heat... Estimated> Playin'> Terrapin is spectacular, as well as a stong post- Drums finish (NFA at about 15 minutes, a beautiful Wharf Rat as well). The first set does not disappoint, either; the MONSTER Sugaree rocks all 20 minutes of its playing, and Brown-Eyed Women smokes. Get this if you know what's good for you...
-Ryan


II
NFA-One of the most mellowist versions I have ever heard. I rocked my buddy's baby girl, Caylee Renee to sleep by slowly boucin' to the relaxed beat. 17 minutes does the trick.

-Perrinswolf


this show will be released in april 2009 as "To Terrapin" on rhino, check out dead.net
-Anonymous (02/24/2009)


I agree with Driscoll.
This Estimated confirmed my need to become a deadhead.
- (05/03/2009)


Currently on Sirius/XM 10/27/09
Great show, great Sugaree, great great Estimated. Have a grateful day!

-Adam (10/27/2009)


the growl that jerry gives out on estimated right before bob begins the first verse just makes the song
-Anonymous (11/23/2009)


Besides the kickass Sugaree, this is the day the lovely Elizabeth Hasselbeck was born. She's a hottie for sure, even if her pro-life stance is a bit conservative.

I'd hit it.
- (05/05/2010)


Pro-Life for the fucking win.

That said, this is as good as estimated's get
-Anonymous (05/15/2010)


Great show! Gets a lot of play lately. My favorite Sugaree. Jerry art. Official Dead release sounds wonderful. I prefer the higher energy NFA's from 5/8 and 5/9 to 5/28. I'm not complaining though.
-Doug (11/02/2010)


i love how this show was released as "to terrapin" and yet the terp they played this night is kinda mediocre.

-Anonymous (05/28/2011)


Mediocre Terrapin? No way. Even if it's not the best version of that tune, it's part of one of the great second set jams of '77, from Estimated through Playin' reprise.
The official release is called "To Terrapin" because they hadn't yet released the album.
-A. Nonymous (08/23/2011)


Drums between terrapin and NFA
-Anonymous (04/03/2012)


I imagine we have our first Elizabeth Hasselbeck reference. Thank you Jack Straw for the laugh out loud

- (05/28/2012)


Why the fuck are we talking about Hasselbeck on a Grateful Dead page? Are you guys high?
-Anonymous (07/16/2013)


Why would you ask that question? Unless you seriously don't know the answer... in which case, go smoke a bowl.
-Anonymous (12/31/2013)


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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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