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Fox Theatre - St. Louis, MO

Set 1:
Casey Jones
Me And My Uncle
Big Boss Man
Me And Bobby McGee
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
The Rub
Playin' In The Band
Cumberland Blues

Set 2:
The Other One
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Sugar Magnolia
Greatest Story Ever Told
Johnny B. Goode
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)

Uncle John's Band

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China>Rider-Almost perfect transition
Rub-rare song of the show. Good harp
Playin'-1 month anniversary (8th time)
Cumberland-Rips the jernt up

"Hey we have to change a string, we will be back in ten minutes"
(cuts in)Truckin'-tinny solo snd(nice!)
T01-Garcia's masterpiece of the show
Whart Rat-1 month anniversary
Sugar Magnolia-sick wah wah sound!
Greatest-weak, Jerry not comfortable
JGB-Back to the tried and true bckwds
GDTRFB-Smyphony sound
Caution-last 11/6/70 (Pig pen takes over)

E:UJB-68th time played with butter harmonies


Just another night of the Warlocks grinding it out in the dead of winter in the midwest....flat broke and trying to find the sound. raw, powerful, awesome. no fancy set lists or gimmicks. just power dead.
-80s Head (06/20/2014)

Will be officially released on 30 Trips Around The Sun Box (SEPT 2015)
-M C (06/10/2015)

Upon receiving 30 Trips and listening, this is, in my view, an incredible incredible truly great show.

Hot from start to finish. Epic Caution 71 finish.

-MC (10/18/2015)

Jerry was blazing during Bertha - does anyone remember if his guitar was smoking at the end?
- (03/18/2017)

The NFA / GDTRFB / Caution was really sweet.

And since I heard this show on GD radio the day Chuck Berry died, this has as good a Johnny B. Goode as the boys ever did, especially in Chuck's hometown at the Fox where Hail! Hail! would be filmed.
- (03/19/2017)

This is a great show.
-Anonymous (03/22/2019)

Only Caution of 71. Last play of Feedback.
-Anonymous (03/22/2019)

I was in attendance that night...sitting cross-legged on stage, at the feet of Phil Lesh. The Riders opened the show in fine form, with Buddy Cage on pedal steel.

Probably three songs into the Dead's first set, a roadie handed my buddy an open can of Bud and told us to enjoy and pass it on. We took ample swigs and complied. I can tell you with uber certainty that I have never before or since had a beverage quite like that one. The term "consciousness-raising" doesn't suffice.

The HIGH point of the evening for me was the moment when BK's solo on The Other One ended, with Phil, looking straight at me and smiling, attacking that Fender with ascending notes to bring the band back into it. My spine has never been the same.

This show was one of a two night engagement at the Fox. Beautiful venue...great sellout crowd of 3,500...terrific sound (local genius Bob Heil in charge).

The performance was also broadcast live on KSHE-95FM.

- (06/02/2019)

The saloon band at their finest.
-Anonymous (07/05/2019)

30 Trips Around the Sun

Disc 1

Casey Jones 5:35
Me and My Uncle 3:43
Big Boss Man 4:58
Bertha 6:04
Me and Bobby McGee 6:09
Loser 6:39
China Cat Sunflower 4:50
I Know You Rider 5:39
Ain't It Crazy (The Rub) 5:08
Playing in the Band 5:14
Cumberland Blues 5:48

Disc 2

Truckin' 7:57
Drums 5:55
The Other One 11:31
Wharf Rat 10:32
Sugar Magnolia 6:48

Disc 3

Greatest Story Ever Told 3:15
Johnny B. Goode 4:24
Not Fade Away 6:29
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad 3:59
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 13:55
Feedback 2:28
Uncle John's Band 7:06

-Bookkeeper (07/22/2019)

Oh, show of shows. Shine on me..............
-Anonymous (08/09/2019)

This show is simply ridiculous. As stated above, only Caution of Ď71 and the last Feedback. Donít have it? Fucking get it!
-Anonymous (02/12/2021)

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Band Configuration
(02/19/71 - 08/26/71)

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

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