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Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
The Music Never Stopped
Tennessee Jed
Funiculi Funicula
Me And My Uncle
Jack Straw
Friend Of The Devil
Lazy Lightnin'

Set 2:
Sugar Magnolia
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Wharf Rat
Not Fade Away
Around And Around

One More Saturday Night
Casey Jones

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I think the very bst Lazy/Supplication ever...listen to the jam at the end!!

only 2nd of 5th time below sequence was played, and what a doozie twas.
Sugar Magnolia
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Wharf Rat


Funiculi-longest i ever heard, few min
Jack Straw-Phil promiment at the start!

Truckin>Whart Rat-Long spacy jam within seque, floating then slow glide down into Wharf Rat-splendid!

-Brian Merrilyn

Ummmmmm...What an end to a fabulous year.
-Ramblin'Rose (04/01/2008)

scarlet>fire amazing....amazing!!
-steve (09/03/2008)

I remember a few thing about this NYE
It took a half of Music Never Stopped to get the sound dialed in, but once corrected, it was fantastic. Foggy as my memory is, I remember NYE being at delayed til 12:30AM, i guess the boys were celebrating. And at 12:30, Bill Graham coming out as father time in a diaper. For NYE, it was rather short show compared to other NYE shows, but really cooked especially the second set - Standouts: Music, Lazy Lightening/Supplication first set and Scar->Fire->Trucking and then a somewhat surprising and rocking Casey following OMSN with full audience sing along -
-scott (04/24/2009)

A real funky "Saturday Night" with Phil RIPPING bass lines all over the place. Has to be one of the best they played! Really groovy Garcia solos abound on this show. Great sounding tape on the IA. Good Lazy/Supplication as well.
-Andrew (08/27/2009)

Bill Graham wanted to be Father Time for the Santana show, so he was late for the Dead in 1978 lol
-Anonymous (01/06/2012)

As dank as the jams are, it's a little sad, because you can hear the laryngitis starting to come on. Jerry sounds like his voice was hurtin' for this one.
-Murphy (03/15/2013)

Started 1/2 hr. Late due to Santana at Oak. Col.handed out a card that said “good things come to those that wait” . What B.S. Compared to 1/1/71,72&73 this New Years show sucked. I walked out late in second set when it was apparent nothing heavy was to be. Usually these thousand mile pilgrimages end with a great,great show. Not thi one. Story young in’s.
- (04/30/2019)

How about this statistic...over this 4 night run at the Winterland Arena, they never played The Other One, or Dark Star for that matter. But The Other One was in the rotation for 1977...played like 20 times. But never once during the last 4 shows!!!!

How about them apples.
-Yo (05/18/2019)

I like apples

- (11/20/2019)

Lighten Up Savage

- (12/16/2020)

The descriptive eloquence of Robert Hunter, just amazing. This image of a gambler is so specific and so accurate:

Everybody's bragging and drinking that wine
I can tell the Queen of Diamonds by the way she shines
Come to Daddy on an inside straight
Well I've got no chance of losing this time
-Tom Thumb (12/29/2022)

This show has probably the hottest NFA ever. I'm going through the back half of 77, and along with the Texas shows this NFA stands out. It's on fire!
-mannyv (07/03/2023)

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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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