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Capitol Theater - Port Chester, NY

Set 1:
Walkin' The Dog
Me And My Uncle
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Good Lovin'
Good Lovin'
Dire Wolf
Big Boss Man
He Was A Friend Of Mine
Viola Lee Blues
The Seven
Cumberland Blues

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Last HE WAS A FRIEND OF MINE ever! I only wish they would have played it more than 20 or so times. If anyone has any copies of it, I'd be more than happy to trade.

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Last "Death Don't Have No Mercy" until 09-29-1989.
-Ed (03/08/2010)

The late show is kick ass as well. Stephen>nfa>sthephen jam>China cat jam>nfa and midnight hour>lovelight plus MUCH more!
-Quadlibet (09/18/2016)

The 3/21/70 show I'm listening to is

Casey Jones
Dancing in the Street
Easy Wind (cut at 7:36)
Friend of the Devil (with Jerry saying "Shut the fuck up")
Deep Elem Blues
Don't Ease Me In
Black Peter
Wake Up Little Susie
Uncle John's Band
Katie Mae
Cosmic Charlie
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
In the Midnight Hour
Turn On Your Love Light
And We Bid You Goodnight

Not sure which setlist is correct.
-Kate Feather (08/30/2020)

Kate Featherís set list is correct. I was at this show. Not sure if there was an early show but the one that ended in the early morning hours was this one. Unfortgetable! Got dosed.
- (11/11/2022)

Listed set above may be the early show.

Per Ken & Judy Lee's recording of the late show (PCRPgd1970-03-21Late), Here is the set list for the late show:

01 Introduction
02 Casey Jones
03 Dancin' In the Streets *
04 Easy Wind// (cuts at 07:36)+

05 Friend of the Devil ^
06 Deep Elem Blues %
07 Don't Ease Me In
08 Black Peter
09 Wake Up Little Susie
10 Uncle John's Band $
11 ...wanna hear Pig Pen? £
12 Katie Mae


13 Cosmic Charlie
14 Saint Stephen ->
15 Not Fade Away ->
16 Jam ->
17 Not Fade Away ->
18 Midnight Hour ->
19 Lovelight

20 We Bid You Goodnight

* 06:42-07:24 During this portion of a fine "Dancin'" jam, Phil and Jerry's lead opens into a state of grace which is breathtaking. The ensuing 7:30 of jam is quite beautiful as well.

+ Pig mistakedly begins singing the first verse of "Easy Wind" as the band opens the song with the chorus. "Easy Wind" cuts off at 7:36. The remainder of the track is a lead-in to the acoustic set, containing some great stage/crowd banter. At 09:42: Bobby - "Hey Let's hear some... let's hear some insults. Why doesn't everybody turn to their neighbor and insult him as worst as you possibly can." At 10:36 Jerry - "Take it easy out there you unruly pigs!"

^ 00:20 Audience member screaming over Jerry's guitar intro to "Friend of the Devil", "Please sit down!!", to which Jerry replies, "Shut the fuck up" (last two words clearly muttered under his breath).

% 03:37 One example of several audible instances of a fan tapping on the balcony railing, to which Ken's microphones were fastened. This sound is noticable during the acoustic set only.

$ 00:16 Shhh!!!....Shhh!!!- This sound is none other than Judy Lee containing crowd noise. Notice how the "clap along" to the UJB introduction suddenly drops off into silence after the audience is well reprimanded.

£ 00:00-00:29 Bobby: You guys wanna hear Pig Pen? ...well let him KNOW about it ...I don't think he hears you, maybe you better shout a little louder ...and here he is now folks, Pig Pen!!! At 00:43 Pig Pen: "You probably heard this one last night because it's the only one I know. (over noisy crowd) Yeah, you can't hear the mistakes unless you shut up!

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- (03/21/2024)

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Band Configuration
(01/25/70 - 02/18/71)

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

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