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Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Tennessee Jed
Looks Like Rain
Funiculi Funicula
El Paso
Friend Of The Devil
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Good Lovin'
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
Samson And Delilah
Terrapin Station
Morning Dew
Around And Around

Uncle John's Band
U.S. Blues

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This is the show that started it all off for me! I heard Dave Gans play parts of it on the Grateful Dead hour, and I was completely hooked! The setlist is amazing and every jam is clean and sweet! Email me if interested, I feel obliged to distribute copies and share the music!

Terrapin > Dew
How sweet it is....

This show is pure and clean. Garcia's licks only add to the tightness of it. A+
-Doobie D

are u a Peggy O fan?? then check this Peggy out...10 minutes of pure bliss with 2 nice jerry solos...are you a help>slip>franklin's freak? then this is one you have to is supposedly the longest h>s>f ever clocking in at like 30 about morning dew...are you a dew again you need to check this dew out...this whole show's a keeper folks!!!!

holy shit!! bobby and donna on LLR!

You must have rowed one stroked over the line, I don't see h>s>f on the set list (it isn't on my tape either). Maybe you're thinking of 6-9.

i am dying to finda copy of this show
it is my favorite bootleg.
if anyone canmake me a copy i would be forever in debt
comeup to nyc and stay by me

jerry is right the h>s>f i am referring to is from the 6/9/77 show...i got that show confused with this one...both are outstanding shows that is one thing i am sure of!
thanks for the correction jerry!

this is jerry at his finest!

one of the many outstanding shows from 77, the band was so together, its sick, peace

this was the first show i went to.into the dead for a while but had to wait until 13th summer to be allowed to go to a nite concert.It was actually kinda scarry for a kid.Freaks and Hells Angels all over and I was warned not to eat the food or I mte get dosed!You could walk right up front back then and I was there watching jerry's fingers for the El Paso intro.Later on we camped at the balcony and watch donna sippin wine with a friend at a little table off stage that had a candle.On que she drifted back for her bits.Went to first concert with Brent, but never followed the tours after donna and keith split.It was a real cool kinda hippy leftover thing that couldn't be replaced.Music on the night was very good, but performed like 'another day at the office.'It dragged abit at some stages, but we were young and didn't apprec. the mellow vibe.They finished with a bomb and espec US blues.Back then the freaks were only dancin in the halls and along the top of the building. The floor was for listening and plenty of room to go up front. That was winterland anyway.I think it cool that people are turning on to the Dead from archives on the net. What will they think in 100 yrs? People will still be turning on I'm sure.

terrapin dew wah woooooo!!!
-Anonymous (05/30/2007)

-Steven (09/17/2009)

So I just got my early release "Winterland June 1977" boxed set and MAN O MAN! I read that the original master tapes suffered from some peeling of the tape but they used a special chemical to restore them to their original glory! The pre-orders came with a partial set from the unheard SBD of 5/12/77 which I am loving! This set sounds WAY better than the boards on the IA and the artwork and goodies inside will blow you away! I love the disco ball Steely design on the box, as I am an unashamed fan of "DISCO DEAD"! June 7th, 8th, and 9th are some of the best shows the Grateful Dead ever did behind the 5/7-9/77 run. One day I hope a set comes out with Barton Hall but everybody has that show anyway. I love sound of 1977. It's like the finest vintage wine in a vault of so many different bottles. So the 5/12 bonus disc should be out of print soon.!
-Andrew (09/28/2009)

Terrapin > Dew be loved by you.
-Blind Man (01/25/2013)

If 77 is fine wine, then does that means 95 is malt liquor?
-Anonymous (06/07/2016)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!! ^^^^ Sounds about right. '95 does give ya a headache from time to time. Wow.
-Anonymous (02/28/2017)

Grate show, as are the next two nights, of course. Terrapin > Dew is very tasty.
- (08/12/2017)

just a nice listen. jerry and co. vocals smooth and defined from Bertha onward. 1977...the year. Or one of the years. Smooth....
- (03/19/2018)

Winterland 1977 Box

Disc 1

Bertha 7:34
Jack Straw 6:19
Tennessee Jed 9:25
Looks Like Rain 9:05
Peggy-O 10:13
Funiculi Funicula 3:06
El Paso 4:52
Friend of the Devil 8:42
The Music Never Stopped 7:20

Disc 2

Scarlet Begonias 10:11
Fire On The Mountain 9:03
Good Lovin' 7:29
Candyman 7:24
Estimated Prophet 8:48
He's Gone 14:47
Drums 3:01

Disc 3

Samson and Delilah 9:30
Terrapin Station 10:51
Morning Dew 13:15
Around and Around 9:14
Uncle John's Band 11:55
U.S. Blues 6:07

-Bookkeeper (07/21/2019)

Grateful Dead - Looks Like Rain - 6/07/77 Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA
- (05/25/2021)

Terrapin > Morning Dew is quite a ride! The transition is seamless... the last note of Terrapin is the first note of Dew. It's very distinct.

Narratively, it's hearing a fantastical story of a love triangle among a soldier, a sailor and a lady. Then, through divine 'inspiration', being transported to a magical place with myst'ries dark and vast and statements that seem vain at last. Finally you're dropped into a post-apocalyptic hellscape where there are no babies crying or young men moaning or people to be worrying about.

Frankly, Around and Around is a bit of a let down after those two monsters. They should have just ended it at 'I guess it doesn't matter anyway.'
-Anonymous (11/05/2022)

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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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