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Bellarmine College - Louisville, KY

Set 1:
Dark Star
St. Stephen
The Eleven Jam
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Cryptical Envelopment
The Other One
Cryptical Envelopment
New Potato Caboose
He Was A Friend Of Mine
It Hurts Me Too
Morning Dew
And We Bid You Goodnight

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hey everybody, get this show! i haven't heard it, but we gotta know what a live 'rosemary' sounds like. it's the trippiest song on AoxoMoxoA, and good enough for their first best-of album

Only Time Rosemary was played live.
Brilliant Dark Star/Stephen/Eleven.

I've got some of this show taped from a previous GD hour...if you want it, e-mail me.

Get this show Rosmary live the one and only time is worth it alone, and yes it is great. A excpitonal St. Stephen as well.

I just found a copy of this show. It was unlabled and I had a hell of a time identifying it until I found this site. If anyone wants a copy...shoot me an email!


I Have a REAL copy of this show (not some BS) put out by C. Miller- it was JUST released- anyone who says otherwise is full of it. Peace.
- (11/25/2007)

two sets; Rosemary opens set 2
-Anonymous (12/07/2010)

Great show but with some cuts and a bit of hiss. The opening Dark Star has a chunk missing but is otherwise great while the only "currently" known live Rosemary is sweet. A perfect show to listen to on rainy days.
- (11/15/2011)

Doing that right now as a matter of fact

- (12/07/2011)

I wouldn't call Rosemary a performance. Yes, it is played but it sounds almost as if Jerry is just playing to himself as you can sort of hear Bobby and Phil chatting in the background, getting ready for the next set. The Dark Star is very beautiful. Very serene. The New Potato is starting to sound a bit ragged in places but Tom Constanten's organ solo really adds a nice touch.
- (12/07/2012)

First show I could find with extra verses included in Goodnight (i.e Walking in Jerusalem etc.)

And to close out the show after Goodnight: You've just been victimized by the Grateful Dead
-Jerry Garcia
- (06/23/2016)

Larry Birdís birthday
-Anonymous (07/18/2018)

Rosemary is not a set opener.

It's something Jerry's just playing to himself while he's waiting for everyone else to be ready. Notice there's no applause and I think only Phil is playing along.

That said, this New Potato is underrated. Vastly underrated.
-77isOverrated (12/07/2019)

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Band Configuration
(11/23/68 - 01/24/70)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan
Keyboard: Tom Constanten
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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