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Kiel Auditorium - St. Louis, MO

Set 1:
Here Comes Sunshine
Me And My Uncle
Ramble On Rose
Looks Like Rain
Mexicali Blues
They Love Each Other
El Paso
Row Jimmy
Jack Straw
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Mississippi Half-Step
Big River
Dark Star
Stella Blue
Eyes Of The World
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Johnny B. Goode

One More Saturday Night

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End of '73 was so underrated.

The Dark Star contains a slowly played Mind Left Body Jam, that's not quite MLB but more MLB than anything else...
-Dark Star

HC Sunshine-3rd time was 1st song first set, not again till 12.06.92.

Dark Star>Stella>Eyes. Only time this sequence played. Usually w/Stella following Eyes. Phil had nice slow precise solo 3/4 of the way through the space jam. Jerry puts his heart into Stella at all the most important parts.

JBG-One of the more interesting versions. good harmonies.

E:Saturday Night-Enjoyed Bobby's "One more Saturday night now, now, now, now"


Make no mistake, this is a killer show

HCS a sublime opener, fantastic
Ramble On Rose, Jerry flub, havin fun
Deal, nice slower pace
Row Jimmy is outstanding
China Rider, just great
Playin, this rivals the very best IMO

Half Step is GREAT
The Disc 3 of Dark Star to Let it Grow is a juggernaut of fantasy and vision.

I will say it, this should be on anyone's best of all time list. And a superb recording too. Damn!
-Anonymous (04/22/2008)

This is simply a fabulous show. Once again, Charlie Miller's SBDs are fantastic. The Dark Star/Mind Left sequence leading to Stella and then Eyes/WRS rules. Enjoy Bob's Looks Like Rain as well; nice feel to it. Top 10 1973 show.
- (04/17/2009)

Here Comes Sunshine (and much of this show) just chugs along, has that perfect lazy pace to get you swaying along. Man what a great opener to a fantastic show.
-vologases (05/17/2010)

Vintage Wake of the Flood.
-80s head (10/31/2013)

Dick Latvala's thoughts on this two night stretch:

The 2 shows at the end of the month in St. Louis,Mo. were
both worthy of a future release with only the second sets. On
10/29/73, there is a pretty long jam that is concerned with "The
Other One" and on 10/30/73 it is "Dark Stars" turn. On each, the
playing is spectacular. The jam from the 10/29 show has simply
outstanding jamming around the songs and the songs themselves
are examples of the "best versions" category, especially "The
Other One", "Wharf Rat", "Sugar Magnolia" and "Casey Jones".
The "Eyes" from the following night is one of the best. The first
sets from both nights are not very interesting. In fact, I would call
them "below average", at best.
- (03/04/2020)

Listen to the River

Disc 18

Here Comes Sunshine 12:30
Me and My Uncle 3:28
Ramble On Rose 6:52
Looks Like Rain 8:03
Deal 5:16
Mexicali Blues 3:42
They Love Each Other 6:01
El Paso 4:54
Row Jimmy 10:18
Jack Straw 5:08

Disc 19

China Cat Sunflower 8:57
I Know You Rider 6:09
Playing in the Band 20:26
Mississippi Half-Step 8:38
Big River 4:57
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
Johnny B. Goode 4:39
One More Saturday Night 5:19

Disc 20

Dark Star 27:57
Stella Blue 7:52
Eyes of the World 17:37
Weather Report Suite 15:51

-Bookkeeper (07/22/2021)

Feelin groovy jam in between China Rider.
-Kdead (05/31/2023)

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Band Configuration
(07/16/72 - 10/19/74)

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

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