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Boston Tea Party - Boston, MA

Set 1:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Mama Tried
Next Time You See Me
Cold Rain And Snow
Black Peter
Hard To Handle
Me And My Uncle
Mason's Children
Dire Wolf
Uncle John's Band

Set 2:
Good Lovin'
The Eleven
High Time
Cumberland Blues
Big Boy Pete
Not Fade Away
The Race Is On
Silver Threads
Dancin' In The Streets

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this shows great,1st set is awesome, but the 2nd is the real gem. jerry starts it off by sayin' it looks like the seventies are gonna be weir then they rip in to alligator, and it's all about pig...litterally killer jamm right into drms and then good lovein, and the the eleven, definately some one of my favorite jams i've heard you could hear the excitement in the boys...and it's soo easy to see why the grateful dead is so timeless. this is a must have in my opinion.

last slewfoot? always liked this song
- (12/04/2009)

I am listening to this show (on SIRIUS radio taped show) and after Alligator during jam there is Pig singing part of Caution before the music turns to a spacey jam with feedback followed by Good Lovin and then drums (short) before The Eleven
- (01/02/2011)

I was there, seeing the New Year in with the Dead instead of some stupid lighted ball. Livingston Taylor (!) opened the show, along with a comedy group. Man, the Dead were unbelievably great back then, and that concert was one of the best.
- (05/10/2014)

Only east coast New Years Eve show per a search on 12/31. All others were in CA.
- (11/27/2014)

Phil's only east coast NYE show prior to "JRAD" in 2014.
-Anonymous (12/07/2014)

There's also a brief but very nice GDTRFB jam before Good Lovin. Actually the second set has some great jams.
- (12/31/2016)

Great night. I was there and was in the improv group The Proposition. We opened for the Dead. . I remember 2 things. I borrowed a guitar pick from one of the Dead. Not sure who and backstage people were coming up to us and whispering "don't drink the punch" an amazing memory.
- (12/31/2016)

So why is it when I click on the archive link it takes me to Aoxomoxoa rehearsal recordings and not this show?
-Annie Nonna Mouse (05/19/2017)

Chilled out "Mama Tried"
-Anonymous (09/09/2018)

A "High Time" Indeed,,,love this version
- (01/06/2019)

One of my favorite shows from 69.
-Kdead (12/16/2022)

Dang, why did they quit playing Mason's Children, that song rocks. Would've loved to see how that song would've evolved if they'd kept it in the rotation. Would've been interesting to hear Keith pounding the keys on it or hear what Brent would've done with it on keyboard. Brent would've killed it vocally too...
-hedge (12/31/2022)

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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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