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05/06/70
Kresge Plaza, M.I.T. - Cambridge, MA

Set 1:
Dancin' In The Streets
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Next Time You See Me
Morning Dew
Good Lovin'
Drums
Good Lovin'
Casey Jones
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away

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Comments:

Great vibe and show!
Pigpen and Jerry share vocals on NTYSM.
-frank


Boys played heavy and loud for this one. Absolute killer Morning Dew.
-


>NFA Bobby goes "thanks allot folks, we will see ya'll tomorrow but it's too fucking cold out here"

-Brianmerrilyn (05/06/2008)


musta been a long new england winter seein as its early may and still cold
-connecticut chris (01/23/2009)


Nothing weird about the weather for early May in Boston.
-Bossgobbler (04/12/2009)


Dancin' Afterward Jerry asks the crowd "we've got a lost kid up here, his name is Frank, anybody lookin' for a kid named Frank? We got him backstage and he is in good hands"
- (08/21/2010)


Isnt this one of the shows that featured Ned Lagin on synth?

- (05/11/2013)


Dancin'- Good Lovin - NFA - Incredible jamming here and possibly the best Dew ever.
- (03/31/2015)


Performed two days after the massacre at Kent State--feels like the playing has an desperate edge to it. Some of the loosest, most gut-emotional music they ever made, I've always loved this recording.

- (12/14/2016)


free show, outside in the cold, and the heavy, intense vibes translate onto the tape. A classic for sure... this is great stuff.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (09/16/2018)


The energy on that dancin is amazing. The tighten up jam lacks the intensity of others, 5/2 for just one comparison, but I wouldn't argue that places it it any lower on my list. Jerry plays with subdued intention, there's clear emotion behind the playing, and Phil is just ripping, laying down wonderful melodies beside him. Sound quality is a treat for 1970 considering Owsley was locked up and this was impromptu.
-Anonymous (11/15/2020)


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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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