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Lindley Meadows, Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Help On The Way
The Music Never Stopped
They Love Each Other
Beat It On Down The Line
Franklin's Tower
Big River
It Must Have Been The Roses
Stronger Than Dirt
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad

One More Saturday Night

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Somebody please get me a copy!!

You beetter Roll away the dew! :) Fun show....!

i still can't figure out why people say that this show included the eleven. it didn't.

The Eleven is actually a jam that does not sound remotely like an Eleven.

To the person requesting the show, a message/offer is on the way.

If anything, the music labeled here as "The Eleven" kinda sounds to me like they almost went into "Death Don't Have No Mercy." The setlist I have just labels it as "Jam," though, and I think that's probably the best label for it.

the eleven is a jam that is in eleven. it's subdivided into three groups of 3 followed by a single 2. the time signature of the tune is where the title came from.
-Anonymous (02/21/2008)

i hear harmonica, especially in the few songs. explanation??
-vologases (07/08/2011)

*first few
-vologases (07/08/2011)


-johnny b (08/10/2011)

Only truckin of 1975
-Anonymous (09/18/2011)

Matt Kelly was playing harp.
- (03/08/2012)

This is one of those rare San Francisco performances during 1975 in the middle their two year hiatus from the road.

What could have been nicer than a morning announcement on KSAN that the Grateful Dead were playing that afternoon in Golden Gate Park after last playing a real concert at Winterland almost a year earlier?

It was good to know they were back, alive and kicking!
- (07/21/2012)

Last Truckin' for almost 2 years to the day. Next time people would hear this jam would be in the blistering hot sun at Raceway in '77. I've always wondered why they stoped playing it for so long.
-Murphy (02/01/2013)

Same here!
Listening to KSAN announcement that the Jefferson Airplane (to become Starship @ Snack Sunday) just finished their set and the Dead are going to take the stage!
We FLEW from Sunnyvale in a 1961 FIAT 1100 with a couple of friends that happened to be over at the time.
It was drizzling foggy out causing a delay for fear of electrocution.
Jerry in a Black Leather Jacket sporting a Yellow Strat...Blues for Allah show...Help-Slip...mmm
- (09/29/2014)

Fun show, I've got a pretty decent sounding recording of this show. Child birth in audience after slip, hence the band stopping after slip rather than going right into franklins. Bobby calls for medical help, then tells the expecting father where to find his laboring wife after Music. Then the band plays an amazing They Love Each Other! Brings tears to my eyes when I hear that sequence of events. Reminds me of mine being born I guess. Peace everyone!
-A2tenessee Jed (02/17/2015)

Phil Lesh said that this was the last time the entire band was stoned on acid while playing.
-Jerry (04/04/2015)

This was my first show - played hooky from college orientation and was oriented to the Dead instead. I did 34 shows after this one, and it remains one of the most memorable (exc. for the closing of Winterland).
- (04/26/2015)

Will be officially released on 30 Trips Around The Sun Box (SEPT 2015)
-M C (06/10/2015)

GD Radio just said that was The Eleven before the drums but it sure didn't resemble any Eleven I've heard before. I think Jam is the better title.
- (05/27/2016)

Absolutely the eleven. Listen very close to Phil and the drums. The time signature they’re playing in is a fast 11/8. Heady fucking groove
-Anonymous (09/28/2018)

This was one of the first tapes I ever obtained. How do you trade tapes when your just a naïve but smitten newbie with nothing to offer in return? The kindness of strangers. I was lucky to know some kind people who stoked me great shows like this one. I still have it somewhere almost thirty years later.
- (06/28/2019)

30 Trips Around the Sun

Disc 1

Help On The Way 5:47
Slipknot! 8:35
The Music Never Stopped 6:58
They Love Each Other 7:28
Beat It On Down the Line 3:31
Franklin's Tower 8:18
Big River 5:15
It Must Have Been The Roses 6:05

Disc 2

Truckin' 8:40
The Eleven Jam 5:34
Drums 5:51
Stronger Than Dirt/Milkin' the Turkey 6:26
Not Fade Away 10:15
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad 6:53
One More Saturday Night 5:23

-Bookkeeper (07/23/2019)

Pretty amazing show the band seemed well rested and revved up ready to jam, gotta love all the new Blues For Allah material. Ascending into orbit and flying high, setting the powerful and creative tempo that was to follow for the next few years. What an era for the GD! Kick ass beautiful TLEO, check it out kids!!
- (03/18/2020)

.. thank you Sirius for sharing the 1975 Golden Gate show & the NFA > GDTRFB songs...

WHAT a treat,
iko iko till the the end of time!
- (08/31/2021)

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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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