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Kezar Stadium - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Blues For Allah
Stronger Than Dirt
Stronger Than Dirt
Blues For Allah

Johnny B. Goode

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absolutely JAW-dropping...

Very wierd, and worth checking out. A lot of Jerry noodling on the guitar, a real acid jazz feel

merl saunders on keyboards..yeehaaa

The STD jams are incredible. A must hear!

best dead show ever . . . . the jamming is jsut phenomenal. grab it if you can!
-Anonymous (02/21/2008)

Holy shit....I'm listening to this from Archive (it's not posted in 1975 but rather it can be found attached to some other concert in 1991 somewhere...i can't remember)

This is phenomenal. I'm stunned speechless. Especially the Kings Solomon's Marbles.
-Steve (04/14/2008)

Track listing is as follows:

1.Blues For Allah/Sand Castles & Glass Camels >
2.King Solomon's Marbles/Stronger Than Dirt Or Milkin' The Turkey >
3.Drums >
4.King Solomon's Marbles/Stronger Than Dirt Or Milkin' The Turkey >
5.Unusual Occurrences In The Desert
6.Johnny B. Goode (Encore)
-anonymous (11/19/2008)

go here: to get this show, archive has taken it down because it was released as a bonus cd on a boxset. someone must have moved it to hide it or it was already here as filler. its on like the last 5 or so tracks of this 3/31/91 show
-c (11/19/2008)

Thanks C I have been looking for that FOREVER! Most appreciated the link! Check it out! It is one hell of a performance! Even my least favorite Dead song Johnny B. Goode kicks ass! They must have been really jazzed when they did this show!
-Andrew (09/10/2009)

theres now a new charlie miller remaster of this show available
-Anonymous (03/06/2011)

I wonder what all of the heads were expecting.........probably not this. Awesome show, the handful of shows in '75 are all smokin'.
-80s head (03/14/2013)

this was a benefit for the schools of SF, put on by Bill Graham. The SNACK concert, Schools Need Athletics, Culture, and Kicks. I was in 8th grade, we bought our ticket, as we were heavily wired into the concert scene. I lived on Euclid Street, SF, down from the Pelosis. We gathered in Presidio hts and walked over to pick up our friends the Arnold Brothers, who lived at Waller and Masonic. We made our way into the Stadium. Our fuel was Sothern Comfort and blotter...go figure. were pretty out there but did have good seats. Check the lineup, it was an all star cast, both music and sports...after the show I remember making it back to my house and room in the afternoon, and sitting on my bed reading the paper...another day...This day was probably one of 1000 similar in the period from 7th to 12th grade. Such a different person then...I can't figure it out when I look back...I am far more constrained...after getting stoned every day in high school, I have little regard for smoke, seeing it as a large waste of time. But, to each his own. Yeah, grew up in SF in this era, and I buy little of the political flavor of the redistributionist. I am heavily libertarian, and still a music fanatic of this era and its bands. I always hit the free events in GG Park, in fact that is what I live for in the Bay Area. SF is seen by me as a filthy location, where I see the acceptance of people living in the streets and shooting meth all over Civic Center, as a form of insanity. And yes, I walk everywhere and only criticize what I come face to face with. Love that Bill Graham. Still have many posters I got in 1967 and 1968 when I lived in SF...
- (11/20/2017)

Google the photos of the day if interested. It was an all star show up of bands and celebrities. No other day like it. Trust me.
-jim (06/01/2018)

Take all of these comments and add this; the Dead took the stage at 9:45 AM. The second band on. Weir had a Kingfish gig in LA that night so they wanted to play early. A lot of very stoned people well before noon!
- (08/02/2021)

I can't imagine what it was like to be in the audience for this. The dead pop this stuff out at 9:45 in the morning and I'm sure people were like "where's El Paso?"

This stuff is so different from the 74 stuff that it's like a different band came out and started playing.
-mannyv (11/29/2022)

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Band Configuration
(10/20/74 - 02/17/79)

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

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