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The Fabulous Forum - Inglewood, CA

Set 1:
Promised Land
Tennessee Jed
El Paso
Jack Straw
Friend Of The Devil
Lazy Lightnin'
New Minglewood Blues
Brown-Eyed Women
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
Good Lovin'
Terrapin Station
Playin' In The Band
Franklin's Tower
China Doll
Not Fade Away
Playin' In The Band

One More Saturday Night

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unreal show 2nd set is non-stop from beginning to end very hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Clean crisp AUD on the IA. Beautiful performance, clean sound, balanced instruments and vocals. Don't miss out on the powerhouse show! One of the best Franklin's Tower performances ever! I love 1977!
-Andrew (10/15/2009)

This show is outstanding! First time they played the Forum. They came out like root-em, shoot-em Cosmic Cowboys at full gallup with Promised Land. When Bobby sang the words 'Los Angeles' the audience just ROARED. I have always wanted a Betty Board tape of this but it has eluded me. This show SHOULD be considered for a Dave's Pick or future Road Trips release, it's that powerful. Just because it took place in LA LA Land shouldn't be a reason the NorCal Boys don't release it. Unless they are missing a reel or two, like that magical 15Oct76 Shrine LA show missing a reel, so sad....

I was so partied out by this show my energy was too far gone and my date Kathy had to take the wheel of my car somewhere in Malibu on Highway 1 on the drive back home to Ventura LOL
- (07/23/2013)

Good Lovin' is fast and short out of a quick Drums. Playin' > Franklin's Tower is a fierce jam worth hearing. Good show, very nice AUD. Wonder if Betty was there...
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (03/26/2018)

This is arguably in the top five shows of of 1977 from The Grateful Dead who were in some sort of powerful, supernatural Peak.
This is the first show after 5-28 Hartford, this is the FIRST show after the conclusion. Of the spring tou, and it is BEFORR the legendary June 7, 8, 9th Winterland concerts, and the May of 1977 is considered their peak, but that is not so true, for truth is circular.
-Renrael (05/02/2018)

Many Deadheads will tell you that 6-4-77 could very well go toe to toe with any concert that the Dead ever did.
I conside the best performances to have a satizfying, climactic conclusion, no lingering for that one shiny moment
Well... the sound is probably the worst of 1977.
-Renrael (05/02/2018)

Man they come in hot on not fade away. What a show.
-Kdead (09/23/2023)

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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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