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Cotterrell Gym (Colgate University) - Hamilton, NY

Set 1:
Good Lovin'
Brown-Eyed Women
It Must Have Been The Roses
New Minglewood Blues
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Cold Rain And Snow
Playin' In The Band
Eyes Of The World
Estimated Prophet
The Other One
Iko Iko
Stella Blue
Playin' In The Band

Johnny B. Goode

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Jerry really plays his heart out, but actually has a beautiful penis in the second set, "Man is he a hot one!" This set is ridiculous and just doensn't slow down until Jerry's morning wood goes to sleep.


you are a moron

Just goes to show that there's a JACKASS in every crowd

Maybe he's retarted

check out the stage banter before SAMSOn, it's hilarious

What a fag. Great show by the way.
-grateful farmer

Overall, a very good show. Highlights: mellow spacey jam out of Playin'; funky ass Iko. Downer: tempo for Eyes was WAY too fast, so the band kinda gives up the jam earlier than usual.

Was this the show where the band billed themselves as the "Jones Family" and in some stage banter before Samson Bobby announced the band as all Jones'(Jerry Jones, Phil Jones , Bobby Jones etc) and then they unleash into a ragin Sampson???? I had the tape...once!

Great show. The Jones family band kicks ass! One of the best stella blues ever. great cold rain and snow and other one. I've got sbd will trade.

Good Lovin -1st set, 2nd song ??!!!
Dupree's-4thin month after8 yr absence.
Cold Rain>
sequence never played again, nor did the Dead play there again.

I always remember the great Bertha>Good Lovin to open. Stood out on tape
-rick (10/30/2007)

Samsons>Cold Rain is pretty good as well. Tight and clean versions and lively solo's.
-Brianmerrilyn (04/26/2008)

This show is DA BOMB Yo!!!!.......heard it on Sirius today and had to come back for a listen!
-Anonymous (11/30/2008)

just saw DSO cover this show yesterday! with an extended encore with keller williams!
-Chris H (07/19/2009)

Incredibly fun show - mad rush to get in and up narrow stairway - student ticket-takers completely overwhelmed. Blinding one-note JG solo at peak of LIG.
- (05/15/2011)

I believe it was Phil that was introducing them as the Jones family. either way priceless. Really enjoy the 2nd solo in Brown eyed woman you can almost picture yourself in the setting of the song through Jerry's lyrics.
- (10/12/2012)

Iko Iko-4th of 185 times played
- (03/09/2014)

Soon to be released as Dave's Picks Volume 12 (along with a CD's worth of filler material from Toronto 11/2/77).
-Lightnin' (10/08/2014)

Do you guys get why the called themselves the Jones family???

Because their last show was in Canada and they were Jonesing for dope.
-Anonymous (05/27/2015)

Lol, listening back, phil does sound like he's jonesin a bit. haha. The boys without their dope?!?!?!?! how did they ever play such a heady show???

Seriously though, this show ROCKS!!!!
-Anonymous (11/04/2016)

Dave's Picks 12

Disc 1

Bertha 7:50
Good Lovin' 6:26
Brown-Eyed Women 5:56
Cassidy 5:02
It Must Have Been The Roses 7:42
Sunrise 4:19
New Minglewood Blues 5:38
Dupree's Diamond Blues 6:45
Let It Grow 13:43
Jones Gang Introduction 1:40
Samson and Delilah 7:21
Cold Rain and Snow 6:03

Disc 2

Playing in the Band 13:03
Eyes of the World 13:11
Estimated Prophet 11:18
The Other One 4:25
Drums 3:35
Iko Iko 10:47
Stella Blue 11:45
Playing in the Band 7:01
Johnny B. Goode 4:44

-Bookkeeper (07/21/2019)

... thank you Sirius for playing 11/4/1977 Hamilton NY today for the Noon show ...

IKO IKO on & on .......
- (10/16/2020)

RYAN WILSON has a point. Nothing but a raging hard-on could deliver that 2nd set!
-lou_dungaree (09/16/2021)

This show is minty fresh!

The anti-Ryan comments here really deflate the mood....DEFLATE...the mood.
-Will (02/25/2022)

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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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