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Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Next Time You See Me
He Was A Friend Of Mine
Smokestack Lightning
Morning Dew
It Hurts Me Too
Beat It On Down The Line
Dancin' In The Streets

Set 2:
Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion
Cream Puff War
The Same Thing
Cold Rain And Snow
Viola Lee Blues
Death Don't Have No Mercy

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Stunning psycadelic solos. Amazing transitions from old blues to rock. GOlden Road to Unlimited devotion, can you say more? a show for the ages
-Squire Strong

Not too many shows where He Was and Death Don't are on the same setlist. Jerry's voice in Morning Dew is that of a young young man, and I love it. Golden Road is one of only 5 performances ever, and lest we forget Cream Puff War? The only song Jerry wrote the lyrics for if my memory sereves me correctly. Standard tape any fan should have for early era.

The Same Thing-A concert in itself. Great mood change from slow blues to foot stomping around and around rockin! The boys are on all cylinders and don't let up on the gas.
-Brianmerrilyn (06/15/2007)

jerry wrote other lyrics ("cant come down", "mindbender", etc.) but not many, and nothing in the latter years. the irony is that he was IMHO very good at writing lyrics, but he hated it. still, i suppose thats a blessing in disguise. if jerry liked writing lyrics maybe the hunter/garcia combo never wouldve come to pass!!
-gdjake (11/10/2007)

Me and My Uncle. it's awesome to see how Jerry could blast a solo from 67!

-Anonymous (09/10/2010)

Bobís singing stinks, but the show is powerful and really psychedelic. Jerry is blazing and we get excellent readings of some rarities like the Golden Road and Cream Puff War. A fantastic show warts and all.

- (02/09/2012)

It's always interesting to listen to these early shows knowing what's coming.

It was jarring going from Pigpen singing It Hurts Me Too to Bob's Beat It. There was such a difference in their voices and abilities.

Cold Rain gets the uptempo treatment and Golden Road is just wow! This is the band as a hot teenage girl that you know will become a supermodel in a couple years.
- (06/01/2016)

The Dead open and close for Chuck Berry. They also play a bunch of rarities, some amazing Pigpen songs and a monster Viola Lee Blues.
-Anonymous (04/08/2019)

In my opinion this is the show that the Grateful Dead became a real band. It all started clicking.
-Kdead (03/11/2021)

The Same Thing was formally released on "So Many Roads", the 5CD Box Set
- (05/16/2024)

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Band Configuration
(12/04/65 - 09/24/67)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann

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