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Harding Theater - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Brown-Eyed Women
Beat It On Down The Line
Jack Straw
Tennessee Jed
Cumberland Blues
El Paso
Big Railroad Blues
Comes A Time
Mexicali Blues
One More Saturday Night

Set 2:
Ramble On Rose
Me And Bobby McGee
Sugar Magnolia
Dark Star
The Other One
Me And My Uncle
The Other One
Brokedown Palace
Playin' In The Band
Casey Jones
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Not Fade Away

Johnny B. Goode
Uncle John's Band

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First tape I ever owned...full of blips and repeats, but oh how I loved it...

Yes, one of the first tapes I owned as well. On my tape, the Casey Jones started three times then cut out and had all of these tunes out of order. A wondrous tape nevertheless.
-another anon

One of the very first shows I owned also. Of course Dark Star and The Other One played in the same show was outstanding. This would become a very rare occurance. It was played in the same show only 9 more times after this. But what I remember most is the tape was from an FM broadcast. The fellow hosting the show broke in after a tune....probably either after the first set closer or the ender or the encore and said something crazy like "wow man" or "heavy" or something tot hat effect. He was obviously pretty ripped and was enjoying the show and maybe he forgot he was on the air. I would love to hear that FM broadcast again becasue as I recall it was the best sounding tape I had, quality wise.....ah the old days. Anyone else remember this?
- (06/19/2007)

I'm listening to my DAT right now doing a digital transfer. The radio announcer has a brittish accent. He sounds wasted! Great show. On my tape there is some funny banter with the band before Truckin'
- (09/08/2007)

Day Tripper & White Rabbit teases after Brown Eyed Women.
-Bostnfn (02/02/2010)

If there are doubters of assertions hereabouts that the period '69-'74 represents the apex of the Band, this show is exhibit 'A'. Energy, vibe, musicianship, insanity & creativity came together during this period despite (eventual) "wall of sound" annoyances and Ms Godchaux' periodic caterwauling. Throw in the left coast comfort the Boys preferred and you've got the best band in their best place playing the best R&R we'll ever hear.
-DobbsBaby (12/08/2012)

This and 6 other radio broadcast shows have been released as
'71 Dead box set from Europe. Get it on Ebay, pretty cheap about $60. 21 discs and a nice book, good original poster art.
- (04/24/2017)

Hideaway jam before Sugaree, Bob says "big hand now for the year 1957."
-Anonymous (11/08/2018)

Cistrusjj you mean an illegal, unethical bootleg where Europeans are ripping off the Dead and violating an ethical code of not profiting off freely recorded and exchanged music? Please don't.
- (01/13/2019)

This is one of those shows that is ripe for release maybe?
I return to this show a lot. It's a fun show.
- (06/28/2019)

Great show.
-Anonymous (08/19/2019)

There’s hints of Feelin Groovy Jam in the Other One after the Me & My Uncle break. Phil plays the baseline clearly, but Jerry doesn’t go into it. A bit of a precursor to what happens 11/17/71.
-Luke (04/06/2020)

Re: The stoned dj saying "wow", it's at the end of The Other One. The British guy introducing them on stage at the beginning I think is Sam Cutler, yeah? Anyways, this thing cooks.
- (08/22/2020)

Yes that's Sam Cutler..he introduced the band most nights this tour....this show has been officially released by the band...highly recommend it
-Lynn (10/06/2021)

It hasn't
-Anonymous (12/27/2021)

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Band Configuration
(10/19/71 - 03/23/72)

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

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