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Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
New Minglewood Blues
Mexicali Blues
Row Jimmy
Brown-Eyed Women
It's All Over Now
Lazy Lightnin'

Set 2:
Good Lovin'
Ramble On Rose
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Johnny B. Goode

Brokedown Palace

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I really want a copy of this show....if anyone has it, please e-mail me and i can trade some of my stuff!!!!


Like May of '77', June was just as smokin'. This show produced the best NFA-GDTRFB combo ever! Period! It's the tightiest and most inspiring jam with a China Cat tease tucked in the beginning of Not Fade Away.

where to start? well first off thanks to my newest "online deadhead buddy" Chad for kindly sending me a very sweet sbd copy of this awesome show!
and yes this one truly is awesome! every song is performed with excellence.
among the first set highlights are a MONSTER "sugaree"...a very polka sounding "mexicali"...a stately "row jimmy" and one of the best "jack a roes" i have had the pleasure of hearing!
the second set is classic '77 dead! the "eyes" is a very long jazzy version with all kinds of twists and turns.
the "other one" is an excellent jammed out version as is the "wharf rat" which emerges out of the "other one" slowly and then builds to a HUGE finish with plenty of Phil bombs!
and still there is more fun to come! the "nfa>gdtrfb" is truly a masterpiece of jamming! the "gdtrfb" is one of the best they ever did and yes folks the beautiful "china cat tease" is a wonderful treat in the midst of the jamming on "nfa" but you have to listen carefully to hear it!
the lovely "brokedown palace" encore caps a truly epic evening of the grateful dead!
in a year of outstanding shows 6/8/77 is one of the very BEST!!

not to add to Row Jimmy comments but this is sooo good. the sugaree is killer and the whole first set shouldnt be missed. the pace and song selection is fine 77 form. Another reason why i love the Grateful Dead.. get this one!! :^))

donna sounds completly horrible at this show, listen to her off key shit singing during the chorus of the other one, other than that, awesome high energy NFA and GDTRFB

The first set ending Lazy Lightning>Supplication kicks serious ass, although Donna sounds like an alley cat in heat.

A really funky slooooooooooow Bertha, huh???

Great Brokedown Palace!

-Perrinswolf (07/20/2007)

The best Eyes and the best Brokedown Palace of 1977.
-Lou Davenport (04/13/2008)

My first show! Your feet could feel the music through the plywood floor
-birdsong4all (05/30/2010)

Bobby playin' China Cat while Jerry plays Bid You Goodnight at the end of Goin' Down the Road is just wonderful
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (01/19/2015)

Winterland 1977 Box

Disc 4

New Minglewood Blues 6:22
Sugaree 16:46
Mexicali Blues 3:55
Row Jimmy 10:34
Passenger 3:52
Sunrise 4:14
Brown-Eyed Women 5:47
It's All Over Now 8:57
Jack-A-Roe 7:19
Lazy Lightning 3:24
Supplication 5:46

Disc 5

Bertha 6:53
Good Lovin' 6:04
Ramble On Rose 8:08
Estimated Prophet 9:42
Eyes of the World 19:20
Drums 4:05

Disc 6

The Other One 14:32
Wharf Rat 11:16
Not Fade Away 13:44
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad 8:06
Johnny B. Goode 4:39
Brokedown Palace 7:53

-Bookkeeper (07/21/2019)

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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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