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Shrine Auditorium - Los Angeles, CA

Set 1:
Might As Well
Mama Tried
Row Jimmy
It's All Over Now
New Minglewood Blues
Lazy Lightnin'
Promised Land

Set 2:
Eyes Of The World
The Music Never Stopped
It Must Have Been The Roses
Samson And Delilah
He's Gone
The Other One
Comes A Time
Franklin's Tower
Sugar Magnolia

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Comes A Time > Franklin's
We miss ya Jer!!!!

this one is the "real deal" kids!!
a scorching HOT show from start to finish...the franklins>sugar mag conclusion is amaaaazing...the sugar mag closed the show it was NOT an encore! no encore was needed...they had proved their point!!

This is a keeper. Stellar guitar, classic Phil mind control, and and obvious fuel injected evening. No encore is right. Even Bid You Goodnight would have been inapprpriate after that performance.
-B. Real

It contained the BEST Sugaree ever, imho.


Corrina, bitches!


Sugaree-enjoy the slow pace, aka 74
Eyes-opener...thank you!

show goes Aud from mid Comes A Time till the end.


Whooooaaa Nellllieee!!!....Comes a Time > Frankilin's > Sugar Mag.....its the shizzzznit y'all
-Anonymous (10/24/2008)

Only "He's Gone" in 1976.
-Ed (07/10/2009)

attn: TIM ill up you one and claim a righteous samba for my ante! thats rite mofo a nice tite samba!
-flim flam (03/09/2012)

What a gorgeous ending to comes a time into an unexpected and smoking frank tow! Thank you once again boys and Donna! Keep the faith, Bobby B.
- (02/15/2013)

This show was, or should I say IS truly EPIC. Great first set. The opening version of Might As Well is quite boisterous. danf is right, the Sugaree is amazing. Keith started Bertha on his own and I remember the other band members looking at him like "Huh?" and jumping right in.

And the second set was Full Speed Ahead! The band was full-throttle and did not seem to slow down until Comes A Time, but I don't remember Roses (I must have been in the bathroom!)

And yes, there was NO encore. They band gave all they had. In retrospect it would have been anti-climactic.

I think I know why the recording goes audience at Comes A Time. A source that knows Dave @ The Dead Vaults says they cannot find that last reel. If they did they would have released this as a Road Trips some time ago. Too bad. I sure hope that last reel shows up......
- (07/25/2013)

Last show till 12/31/76...boys takin' it easy on the first year back
- (05/01/2014)

This show really cooks. Great energy from start to finish. Everyone in the band seems to be playing just a bit more peppier than usual. This show is a great candidate for an official release.
-Doug (11/03/2016)

Not a big Franklin's fan but this one is great-Comes a Time > Frankilin's > Sugar Mag
- (01/27/2017)

Plenty of very good playing in the first set: Jimmy, LL > Supp, and Sugaree in particular, which has killer solo crescendos. Eyes > MNS is as nice a set opener as you could ask for, and I'll add my voice to the chorus of admirers of He's Gone > Drums > Other One > Comes a Time > Franklin's > Sugar Mags. Damn good AUD, damn good show.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (06/27/2017)

LL Supplication was amazing one of the best.
-Kdead (04/21/2021)

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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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