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Manhattan Center - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Next Time You See Me
Morning Dew
Playin' In The Band
Easy Wind
Me And Bobby McGee
Greatest Story Ever Told
Johnny B. Goode

Set 2:
Hard To Handle
Sugar Magnolia
Casey Jones
Good Lovin'
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
Uncle John's Band

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1: Bertha
Me & My Uncle
Next Time-=Great Pig Voice
Morning Dew-short and sweet.
Playin-tight, first year though
Loser-FAT slow Phil playin'
Easy Wind-Final Version
Bobby McGee
Greatest-aka "pump song"
Johnny B. Goode

Hard To Handle
Sugar Magnolia
Casey Jones
Good Lovin
St. Stephen>
Uncle John's Band

Now that's a 2nd set for the 34th St. West Side dance party.

10.26.06-Phew, just finished listening to this classic on Set I had a good sounding Pigpen for Next Time with solid Jerry licks. Morning Dew was short and low key with no blast off at the end. Loser has some of the fattest Phil chords this fan has ever heard. Toward the famous line within Truckin, the whol band sings in unison with all but Jerry tapering off towads the end of "..trip it's been". Love the way Pigpen adds "get on the wagon and ride" line to Hard to Handle. Never heard Bobby scream so well, better than any Saturday Night during the end of NFA.
Cityfolk were lucky to catch this gem.


Wonder why they stopped playing Easy Wind after this? Pigpen always needed more material.
- (03/31/2015)

A poorly played show. The Easy Wind is painful. Strange for 71.
-Anonymous (04/05/2019)

I just listened to the Morning Dew from this show. I think some of the above comments are off base. I can only tell you that if the boys played Morning Dew in the middle of the first set I would have been turned into a puddle. Itís not all out because of its location in the set list. Listen to this show. Itís fantastic
- (04/06/2022)

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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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