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Civic Hall - Rotterdam, Netherlands

Set 1:
Playin' In The Band
Mr. Charlie
Black Throated Wind
Chinatown Shuffle
Mexicali Blues
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
It Hurts Me Too
Beat It On Down The Line
Brown-Eyed Women
Jack Straw
Big Railroad Blues
Good Lovin'
Casey Jones

Set 2:
Morning Dew
Me And My Uncle
Two Souls In Communion
El Paso
Tennessee Jed
Next Time You See Me
Dark Star
Dark Star
Sugar Magnolia
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
Who Do You Love
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
Uncle John's Band

One More Saturday Night

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This show is excellent, and the recoding content is great!

the second set is great, and what makes it special is their rendition of bo diddley's 'who do you love'. got a great copy of it if you're interested

45min+ DARK STAR
maybe the longest one ever.
email me if you're interested in a trade for a 90min tape of this show

Amesome Uncle John's Band!

All Pigpen songs are worth listening to, in his 3rd to last week, the versions sparkle with emotion by the man.

Playin'-Board problems, but to geeks like me, i enjoy hearing the song differently w/out vocals, instruments in and out and finally getting it's head above water. Clears up within the first verse.

China>Rider-I feel spoiled hearing this combo mid 1st set for cryin' out loud!

It Hurts Me To-Excellent Pigpen vocals with the boys supporting in all facets to make it a gem and farewell to a great song.

Honkytonk Sec

BE Woman-Simply love the way Jerry has his axe tuned. Flubs on the lyrics and feeback, but did I mention how full and fluid his playin' was? A relaxed pace and perfect Keith banging on the keys fills.

Jack Straw-Phils harmonies quite impressive!

Big RXR Blues-Starts slow but the solo's at the end will have your eyes and ears spinning.

Dew-1:31:08 Starts off w/Billy coming in with a quiet cymbal roll. Mellow theme runs through each verse, Jerry sounds like he feels real comfortable... and his licks display it pleasantly. I like the verbal exaggerations at the end of almost each line, which make each version special to me, as this one is as well.

The final Pigpen Caution[6th to last overall], his voice strong displaying remaining strong soulful spirit in the raps, Garcia's raw blues riffs and jams along with heavy and scales style Phil punctuate this collasal version!!!
-Brianmerrilyn (12/28/2007)

Wow - I just spent the 47 minutes listening to this Dark Star and it's completely overwhelming. It goes through all ranges of emotion.

I just can't believe it. I never thought the Dead could be so good.

I simply can't believe it.
-Steve (04/15/2008)

Dude, these Europe 72 Good Lovin's are freakin amazing. They really make you think of the possibilities. The Jams in the middle just blow my freakin mind. You got that jazzy jam shit you would hear more in 73, but u got Pigpen rappin over it. Freakin unbelievable
- (07/30/2011)

-rob (07/30/2011)

One More Saturday Night was never played at this show
-Anonymous (11/08/2012)

This is one of the truly amazing concerts in the entire 30-year trip. They start of with ''Playing In The Band,'' the second time on this tour. The first set features most of the songs common on this tour, all performed well.

The second set start off with ''Morning Dew,'' the first one of this tour. You know the guys are into it when they start off the show with a jam like ''Playing,'' but to have the second set start off with ''Morning Dew'' is just f***ing amazing.
The ''Dark Star'' is the longest, and in my opinion, the best version they ever played. At about ten minutes in, Jerry picks up a riff he first played during ''Caution'' earlier in the tour. Some twenty minutes after the drum solo, Phil plays the riff to ''Bird Song.'' I think the band figured out what songs they wanted to have on the album before going on tour, so this comes as a nice surprise. The rest of the jam features ''Caution'' and ''Truckin''' teases. Both songs would be played after ''Sugar Magnolia.''
It's also worth mentioning that this is the final full-blown version of ''Caution,'' and it's a great one.

There was no real encore, but a great version of ''Uncle John's Band'' more than makes up for it.

Definitely one of the best shows they ever. Glad this is finally released. - Proud Dutch Deadhead.
- (11/11/2012)

"One More Saturday Night was never played at this show"

It was, unrecorded encore.
-Anonymous (12/18/2017)

As arranged on the official release:

Disc 1

Playing in the Band 10:52
Sugaree 7:23
Mr. Charlie 3:51
Black-Throated Wind 6:21
Deal 5:04
Chinatown Shuffle 3:10
Mexicali Blues 3:40
China Cat Sunflower 5:04
I Know You Rider 6:05
It Hurts Me Too 6:22
Beat It On Down the Line 3:26
Brown-Eyed Women 5:05

Disc 2

Jack Straw 4:55
Big Railroad Blues 4:18
Good Lovin' 12:35
Casey Jones 6:19
Morning Dew 12:38
Me and My Uncle 3:11
The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion) 7:33
El Paso 4:52
Tennessee Jed 8:17
Next Time You See Me 4:42

Disc 3

Dark Star 13:46
Drums 3:48
Dark Star 30:33

Disc 4

Sugar Magnolia 7:43
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 16:34
Truckin' 9:18
Uncle John's Band 6:47

-Bookkeeper (12/20/2018)

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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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