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01/18/78
Stockton Civic Auditorium - Stockton, CA

Set 1:
Mississippi Half-Step
Mama Tried
Me And My Uncle
Peggy-O
Jack Straw
Friend Of The Devil
It's All Over Now
Row Jimmy
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication

Set 2:
Terrapin Station
Playin' In The Band
Passenger
Estimated Prophet
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Around And Around

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Comments:

Great show, female vocalist that night? I'm looking for the poster....not avail in wolfgangs vault


-tom.busalacchi@us.bosch.com


I
Row Jimmy-simply soulful a great version
Lazy Lightnin>Supplication>rocks the place accordingly to end the C&W mellow first set.

II-Overall Mellow set.
Terrapin-Song continues to grow as the boys move into 10th month of playing.

Playin'-Properly trippy with heavy noodeling.
Passenger-24/99th time played, version was played more times with Brent than Donna. Goes AUD in parts.

NO Drums! Space howeverwas included.

Estimated>Stella>Sugar-Only time this combo played, Stella>Sugar a regular combo but Estimated normally paired with Eyes or Terrapin. Stella version is very long and quite mellow with Keith doing some nice work, as is the entire set.

E: Around-tired and weak, boys tried to rev it up in the 2nd part of the song to their credit. 10th and final show of Cali run to start off 78.


-Perrinswolf (06/11/2008)


FEMALE VOCALIST??
You mean Donna? Difficult to call her a vocalist, but she did sing from time to time! LOL
-gratefuldan (01/18/2009)


The jam after Playin' is pretty interesting, since it finds Bobby playing alone with the drummers for a good bit of it. Also of course it's quite strange to have Estimated so late in the set. It's true that there's a tired quality to the band, esp. JG's voice (he sings only one song in the 2nd set, and had been battling vocal problems since earlier in the month.)
-GC (04/22/2014)


This one was weird and special. I had spent the day showing my girlfriend's girl friend from Philadelphia around SF and Muir woods in Marin. Then from Berkeley I hopped in her van and drove alone to Stockton. It was freezing rain all the way there. I was so tired and sleepy I would throw my left arm out the window until it got wet and frozen and then drag it back inside to keep awake. Over and over. Once at the show i ended up in a mezzanine area where people in wheel chairs were. I danced like a demon all night. Afterward I went around the balcony and collected a massive supply of leftover roaches people had left on ledges back when there were serious shortages of herb sometimes.
- (06/11/2016)


Mississippi Half-Step,,,,"Bam"

- (08/16/2016)


GratefulBill pulled a Weed, on what I only knew as a "Cocaine," i.e. people so desperate they would look in the carpet for spilled coke rocks. Hmm, think at a certain point I had one J on hand for every day, and planned ahead if that one was on the way out. 1976-1979 in high school, think I smoked everyday. Grew out of it as I approached senior year, I could clearly see the people did not look good. simply put, excessive usage seemed alien.

- (03/01/2018)


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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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