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Newcastle-Under-Lyme - Newcastle, England

Set 1:
Casey Jones
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Hard To Handle
Uncle John's Band
Cryptical Envelopment
The Other One
Cryptical Envelopment
Attics Of My Life
Good Lovin'
Good Lovin'
Cold Rain And Snow
Dark Star
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
Turn On Your Love Light

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This is not a comment on the set, but a memory of the event. At the time I used to distribute underground magazines such as Schoolkids' Oz and International Times throughout northern England. One magazine, Grass Eye, was based in Manchester, not far from the venue for this festival. I asked if they had anything about the Dead lined up in the issue that we intended to sell at the show. They hadn't, so I volunteered to write a cover feature extolling their virtues. No doubt it was complete rubbish, but it did help us sell a lot of magazines. We hired a lorry for the occasion, which I drove up from London, full of Oz, I.T., Raul Vaneigem's Situationist Manifesto, Chairman Mao's Little Red Book, and a lot of waffle about the Grateful Dead! We picked up hitchers all along the motorway -- there must have been 20 people in the back of the truck by the time we arrived. If I remember rightly, the gig also featured Free and Mungo Jerry, who launched In The Summertime on the back of this show. The Dead were utterly brilliant, although I must confess I can't remember the music at all. If anyone knows where to get a recording, that would be appreciated!

I hadn't heard much Grateful Dead up to that time, but there was a festival and they were going to play on my eighteenth birthday. Took to many chemicals, but thorougly enjoyed the set. My most vivid memory is the music pausing slightly and for the first time i heard ring out....."One man gathers, what another man spills" Magic.
- (04/01/2011)

Just to know that "Dark Star" and "War Pigs" were played on the same stage on the same day, 17 years to the day I was born is insane!

I mean, "War Pigs" was most likely played.
-Will (08/24/2014)

Me and My Uncle after Hard to Handle, not UJB.
-Anonymous (02/07/2015)

Nice SB up on Archive.
-fz (10/25/2019)

I'm doing a Murphy, listening to all of the Dead shows chronologically but at a much slower pace (started in 2015). At this rate, I'll be "Dead" before I finish but what the hell. 70 such an interesting year.
-wharfratg (09/05/2022)

There's this new film you can see on YouTube of the Dead in England. Almost 2 hours long. Basically a camera crew just follows them around, hanging out, being interviewed - even Pig gets interviewed which is really rare.

In one scene you can see them hanging out at the festival and Ozzy Osbourne briefly appears.
-Leah (12/14/2022)

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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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