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Manor Downs - Austin, TX

Set 1:
Promised Land
They Love Each Other
Me And My Uncle
Brown-Eyed Women
El Paso
Friend Of The Devil
Lazy Lightnin'

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Tennessee Jed
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
The Other One
Black Peter
Nobody's Fault But Mine
Iko Iko
Sugar Magnolia

Johnny B. Goode

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This show is one of the few hidden gems that doesn't arouse much attention. Give it a listen and you won't be disapointed. A few rare one's for 77 sandwitched inbetween 77 regulars. Black Peter, Nobody's Fault but Mine, and Candyman weren't to often played in this year. They sure sound good though. Check this one out for yourselves.
-grateful farmer

As a matter of fact, Nobody's Fault but Mine was only played sixteen or seventeen times in the deads career.
-Jack Straw

3rd Iko Iko.


Jack Straw, check out 7.29.74 for the last Nobody's Fault But Mine...last time played, not played againg till 1/5/79, 2 times in the 80's, then rest in post Brent era (snore)
-Brianmerrilyn (08/21/2007)

I was at this show,.....what a blast. Johnny Winter "warmed up" the crowd, but ended up onstage towrds the end on the Dead's set. That's probably why they played "Nobody's Fault But My Own".

I remember at one point, Johnny Winter and Jerry Garcia were about 15 feet apart and each of them tossed the other his guitar, and fell right in with the song again!!! Friggin' awesome show in the Heart of Texas!!

- (11/23/2007)

...Yes it is the 3rd iko iko out of 185 form 5/15/1977 thru 7/5/1995....
I had the miracle of seeing 32 of the 185 iko iko's, beginning on 9/24/1982 Syracuse NY & ending on the last show, sadly 7/5/1995 Chicago...

iko iko from here to eternity & because ...
once in a while, you get shown the light
In the strangest of places if you look at it right ...

- (06/24/2021)

As someone who obsesses over the granular details of setlists, lyrics, nuances in the music, this BE Women amused me. Jerry sings two of the verses out of order and it fundamentally changes the story. The third verse is the one that starts "Delilah Jones was the mother of twins..." which is followed by the bridge, "Tumbled down shack in Bigfoot County..." and then the fourth verse, "Daddy made whiskey and he made it well....". J reversed 3 and 4 so he gave us the verse about Delilah Jones AFTER she went to meet her God (bridge).
-Anonymous (07/27/2022)

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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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