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Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Good Morning Little School Girl
Doin' That Rag
Cryptical Envelopment
The Other One
Cryptical Envelopment
It Hurts Me Too

Set 2:
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Mountains Of The Moon
Dark Star
St. Stephen
The Eleven
Turn On Your Love Light

Cosmic Charlie

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awsome why was mts ommitted from live dead i now know exactly how it flows into star ive wondered that for years
just get this show its worth the wait

not the best dark star ever, but pretty damn close

After Doin' That Rag "It's really weird up here, truly weird...beyond the pale" JG
-Perrinswolf (06/04/2007)

Comsic Charlie-Excellent uptempo version!
-Brianmerrilyn (03/04/2008)

Amazing Eleven...
-Bossgobbler (02/27/2009)

Dark Star St.Stephen Live Dead...
-Bossgobbler (02/27/2009)

Happy Anniversary!
-Bossgobbler (02/27/2009)

One wild romp. These guys were high and on fire.
- (03/10/2009)

Eight of these tunes make up live dead from 69
-Anonymous (04/04/2012)

The original release of 'Live Dead' in late Fall 1969 contains 5 tunes on four sides (double album), an episode of 'Feedback', plus the coda 'And We Bid You Goodnight'. Performed extensively throughout '68 & '69, 'Dark Star' became very rare in concert after 1971 especially on the East coast. And while its resurrection was triumphant - note the new year's eve 1978 third set spectacular - in my estimation there is no better, spacier, transformative performance than this one. Peace, pals.
-DobbsBaby (12/22/2012)

Actually, only two of the songs make up the Live/Dead album; Dark Star and St. Stephen.

-Will (03/12/2013)

Dbaby has it right. DS-SS-The11-Lovelight-DeathDon'tHaveNoMercy on the original vinyl released november '69. Yessiree.
-Owsley (01/12/2015)

As far as the Live Dead cuts are concerned:
Dark Star & St. Stephen are from Feb. 27
The Eleven & Lovelight are from Jan. 26 at Avalon Ballroom
Death Don't & Feedback & Bid You Goodnight are from March 2 at Fillmore West
- (02/24/2016)

Fillmore West 1969 Complete Recordings:

Disc 1

Good Morning Little School Girl 11:47
Doin' That Rag 7:53
That's It For The Other One 20:03

Disc 2

Dupree's Diamond Blues 3:57
Mountains of the Moon 5:57
Dark Star 21:44
St. Stephen 8:22
The Eleven 13:03
Turn On Your Love Light 19:21
Cosmic Charlie 5:52

-Bookkeeper (05/19/2019)


Dark Star 23:19
St. Stephen 6:32

-Bookkeeper (05/20/2020)

Just here to give props to my main man 'r'
-s (02/11/2021)

Cannot find anywhere that It Hurts Me Too was a part of this show. Yes? / No? anyone have any insight?
- (02/05/2022)

" Performed extensively throughout '68 & '69, 'Dark Star' became very rare in concert after 1971 especially on the East coast."

Dark Star was rare in '72?? Or '73 for that matter?
-hedge (11/08/2023)

I would describe this show as pure, distilled drugs. A peak in Dead lore for sure.
-Wiley-B (02/27/2024)

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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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