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Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Mr. Charlie
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Black Throated Wind
Next Time You See Me
Jack Straw
He's Gone
Chinatown Shuffle
Playin' In The Band
Big Railroad Blues
Big Boss Man
Greatest Story Ever Told
Casey Jones

Set 2:
The Other One
Bobby McGee
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Beat It On Down The Line
Two Souls In Communion
Ramble On Rose
Sing Me Back Home
Sugar Magnolia
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad

Not Fade Away

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great show bobby's playing is right on jerry is as good as he always is during this stretch i dont think this one is as good as say the next night but still worth the 4 stars for the most part. I love the BTW the vocals are dead on, these people in the europe tour don't know just how lucky they really were to see and hear this music first hand in what would be one of the deads most hailed year ,
lchange .
- (10/08/2007)

From LST: "Amsterdam, where the Concertgebouw was a jewel of a theater, the cocaine was far too good—Rock and Jerry were particularly self-indulgent, and the spouses were not pleased—and the draft Heineken tasted fabulous."

peace. :)
- (05/29/2008)

Just read a really funny excerpt from this series of shows in the Rock Scully book. Apparently, the Dead had to patch all of their cables to the wall for this show. Little did the know that this hall had just been restored to its 17th century glory, and their was gold leaf covering the walls. When the Dead took their cables down, they pulled the gold leaf panels down with them. Ram Rod tried to patch them back on the wall. Fortunately, the heads were cool at the theatre, but it was the last rock concert at this venue EVER. Go to your Living with the Dead book and read the chapter "We're all Bozos on this Bus", it's great!

-Anonymous (10/05/2011)

Disc 1

Bertha (5:50)
Me and My Uncle (3:17)
Mr. Charlie (3:40)
China Cat Sunflower (4:44)
I Know You Rider (5:16)
Black-Throated Wind (5:49)
Loser (6:46)
Next Time You See Me (5:16)
El Paso (4:57)
He's Gone (7:33)
Chinatown Shuffle (2:52)

Disc 2

Playing in the Band (13:50)
Big Railroad Blues (3:55)
Jack Straw (4:53)
Tennessee Jed (7:31)
Big Boss Man (4:21)
Greatest Story Ever Told (5:20)
Casey Jones (5:52)

Disc 3

Truckin' (8:50)
Drums (2:24)
The Other One (34:21)
Me and Bobby McGee (5:34)
The Other One (2:04)
Wharf Rat (8:54)

Disc 4

Beat It On Down the Line (3:38)
The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)(6:59)
Ramble On Rose (6:48)
Sing Me Back Home (10:00)
Sugar Magnolia (7:02)
Not Fade Away (4:47)
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad (8:52)
Not Fade Away (4:12)
-Correct Setlist from Europe 72 Complete Recordings (03/20/2018)

Have been listening to this whole tour so far, and this show was very unique. I was not liking this show very much (compared to the previous 13 E72 shows) until the second set, when they played (ANOTHER) awesome Truckin' into one of my favorite jams of the tour: Other One> Bobby McGee> Other One> Wharf Rat. And then after that, every other song was knocked out of the park. So, in short, decent first set, amazing second set. I can dig that.
-Ben (05/11/2020)

This is the first time Jerry took over for part of the vocals on Jack Straw. 5/3 has been overdubbed for the Europe 72 album and has Jerry singing these sections as well, but it wasnt until the 10th that they made the change live. This version is smokin.
-luke (09/12/2020)

The second set is an absolute joy. Truckin> Other One> Bobby McGee>Other One> Wharf Rat is perfect. Bobby and Jerry are stunning. That’s one of the best jams they did in Europe that gets unfairly lost in the shuffle. Beautiful!
-Steve in SC (02/19/2023)

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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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