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Musikhalle - Hamburg, West Germany

Set 1:
Playin' In The Band
Mr. Charlie
Black Throated Wind
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Big Boss Man
Jack Straw
Chinatown Shuffle
Me And My Uncle
Big Railroad Blues
Good Lovin'
Casey Jones

Set 2:
Greatest Story Ever Told
He's Gone
Next Time You See Me
Dark Star
Sugar Magnolia
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
Who Do You Love
One More Saturday Night

Uncle John's Band

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even though i am missing, the Who Do You Love > One More Saturday Night portion of the show, it is still a great. Pulchritudenous Dark Star, and the splendor of Caution, with a pretty smooth first set.


Start off the show with trippy Playin...nice. Kinda of sad the way Pigpens voice is on the way out, but glad the setlist is littered with his songs, which are less than a month away from being shelved forever. Greatest has very funky wah-wah pedal by Jerry and consumate playing by Phil.

Next Time You See is played in a slow shuffle. Get a copy of this show. The AUD is very good!!! Very clear and the audience is very chill. Excellent, excellent show!
-Dave (04/17/2008)

Man, I'm SO happy that they released this as the soundboard was lacking. The show opens with a kickin' Playing In The Band and is followed by a hot versions of Sugaree, Black-Throated Wind, Jack Straw, He's Gone and Greatest Story Ever Told. There aren't enough exclamation points to describe this Dark Star->Sugar Magnolia->Caution jam!
- (11/12/2011)

Who Do You Love- 2nd of 3rd time played within a month
-Perrinswolf (10/26/2017)

As arranged on the official release:

Disc 1

Playing in the Band 9:43
Sugaree 7:15
Mr. Charlie 4:14
Black-Throated Wind 5:57
China Cat Sunflower 5:24
I Know You Rider 5:35
Big Boss Man 5:24
Jack Straw 4:58
Loser 6:49
Chinatown Shuffle 2:46

Disc 2

Me and My Uncle 3:07
Big Railroad Blues 3:47
Good Lovin' 16:27
Casey Jones 6:04
Greatest Story Ever Told 6:15
He's Gone 7:58
Next Time You See Me 5:31

Disc 3

Dark Star 30:11
Sugar Magnolia 6:28
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 21:15
One More Saturday Night 5:06
Uncle John's Band 6:39

-Bookkeeper (12/20/2018)

Whatíís not to like? Solid first set. Awesome Heís Gone. Dark Star > Sugar Mags > caution is solid. First UJB of the tour.

The Dark Star is dark and creepy, just the way I like them!.
-Anonymous (05/28/2020)

...thank you Sirius for sharing the 4/29/1972 Hamburg, Germany show with us today for the 7:00 AM TIGDH show ...

Set 2:
Dark Star
Sugar Magnolia
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)

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- (12/25/2020)

Listen to this awesome show - audience version uncut if you can find it. In set one, the audience Is super quiet, obviously mostly all sitting down and clapping politely at the end of each song. Itís eerie. The band is jamming, seemingly goading them to get up and dance. Big RxR just goes off! And they sit and politely clap...
After a strange Pigpen rap on good Lovin, Bobby announces the World Cup Soccer score and no one acknowledges him. Then he gets help translating to German and the place erupts. Itís pretty Hilarious.
And someoneís yelling ďcocaine ď..
Then Casey Jones starts...
-Zip (01/06/2022)

This is the greatest version of Caution Iíve ever heard and thatís saying a lot. Phil and Jerry keep it flying and Pig does an impressive rap throughout. However, Who Do You Love is NOT played. Deadbase has always had this wrong.
- (01/28/2024)

Who Do You Love- 2nd of 3rd time played within a month
-Perrinswolf (10/26/2017)

However, Who Do You Love is NOT played. Deadbase has always had this wrong.
-Greg (01/28/2024)

Why did you lie, Perrinswolf?
-hedge (03/27/2024)

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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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