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Tivolis Koncertsal - Copenhagen, Denmark

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Me And Bobby McGee
Chinatown Shuffle
Black Throated Wind
Mr. Charlie
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Jack Straw
He's Gone
Next Time You See Me
Playin' In The Band
Casey Jones

Set 2:
One More Saturday Night
It Hurts Me Too
Ramble On Rose
El Paso
Big Railroad Blues
Dark Star
Sugar Magnolia
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
Johnny B. Goode

One More Saturday Night

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The video of this isn't great quality, buth the China Cat/Know You Rider & Truckin' are good jams. Nice to see Pigpen. At the end of the video is a snippet of Black Throated Wind...wish the entire show was available~

I have seen the video of Jack Straw from this show. It is really cool

Hello there, I'm a Danish Deadhead. can You telle me where I can find this show on the web?



Johnny B. Goode after Caution.
- and railroad blues is there "BOZO" style...I want more of Europe 72 on DVD

I happen to just have run across an excellent copy of this video and would be more then happy to share it with anyone. Just hit me up at my email and make sure you post why youre sending the email to me so i know to open the email.

"all good things in all good time" Garcia/Hunter
- all of the europe 72 is up there

-smile_smile_smile (04/20/2007)

The video is up on here:

- (05/03/2007)

First He's Gone
-Anonymous (07/30/2007)

my birthday 4-17-1972 damn i'm old now!

- (11/26/2008)

Mne More Saturday Night is not the first song of the second set its the encore, this show has 3 sets. Casey Jones thru truckin being the second and Dark Star thru Johnny B Goode being the 3rd with the One More Saturday Night encore.
-chris (12/19/2008)

Unbelievable Caution! It has the fire and intensity of one from 1968. Probably my second favorite version after 2/14/70. BLAST IT!
-Anonymous (10/15/2011)

-Anonymous (12/28/2011)

Towards the end of the fantastisk Dark Star, there are melodic seeds being planted by the whole band that will eventually evolve into Let It Grow. Gotta love every show from the inspirational Europe '72 tour...the creative juices were overflowing.
-Blind Man (01/03/2014)

It really is hard to pick the best of the Europe tour, but this one is ***definitely*** in the upper echelon for me. That video is absolutely irresistible - I'd be happy to share it with anyone interested. Pigpen looks worse for wear, so small, but he belts it out best he can - check Phil smoking that doob while they play Hurts Me Too. :):):) Jerry and the boys playing Big Railroad Blues in the bozo masks has got to be among my favorite, most-treasured of all Dead moments on video.

Dark Star and Caution is almost a solid hour of jam between the two of these.
- (04/17/2014)


The "Dark Star" is fucking incredible. Way better, in my humble opinion than 4/14/72. This is probably the most psychedelic "Dark Star" that year. And the "Caution", man alive!

Also, this is hands down the best...BEST...version of "Big Railroad Blues". Ever.
-Bill Ryan (07/12/2014)

Here's a video of the 1st set.
- (08/25/2014)

As arranged on the official release:

Disc 1

Cold Rain and Snow 6:28
Me and Bobby McGee 6:19
Chinatown Shuffle 2:55
China Cat Sunflower 6:04
I Know You Rider 6:29
Jack Straw 4:57
He's Gone 7:02
Next Time You See Me 5:11
Black-Throated Wind 6:48
Casey Jones 5:42
Mr. Charlie 3:48

Disc 2

Playing in the Band 9:58
Sugaree 6:59
One More Saturday Night 4:44
It Hurts Me Too 7:13
Ramble On Rose 7:12
El Paso 5:17
Big Railroad Blues 3:38
Truckin' 11:08

Disc 3

Dark Star 30:59
Sugar Magnolia 6:55
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 23:39
Johnny B. Goode 4:18

-Bookkeeper (12/20/2018)

First playing in the band as well
-Anonymous (01/09/2019)

first PITB was 2/18/71....

there's a GRATE vid!
-Anonymous (04/17/2019)

Why is the setlist so off on this site? Per all of the audio recordings and official release, very different. BUT KILLER SHOW
-Ben (04/17/2020)

Itís Europe 72 so of course it is good but one of the bottom shows of this tour. First play of Heís Gone. Smokin
-Anonymous (05/16/2020)

Too bad the Mr Charlie was cut out before China Cat,,, Told Me So

-8WEST (08/09/2023)

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Band Configuration
(03/25/72 - 06/17/72)

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

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