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Veterans' Memorial Auditorium - Columbus, OH

Set 1:
Good Lovin'
Friend Of The Devil
Me And My Uncle
Big River

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
It Must Have Been The Roses
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Around And Around

Werewolves Of London

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this show is very tasty...they turn in some really fine versions of Bertha>Good Lovin', Cassidy, Peggy O and Deal in the first set...they then turn up the heat in the second set starting with Estimated and driving it home on Around2...the Werewolves encore is, I believe, the first time they performed that oddity and it is actually one of the best version since it goes on for over 10 minutes and has some more creativity than other versions I have heard. Another good show from 1978!

Ah yes, this show I sat in the front row for. Simply put, it was an excellent experience. Werewolves of London!

Creativity in werewolves of london? Bobīs try and error on the slide is sometimes painful to listen to!
-aoxommoxoa (04/03/2009)

My first Dead show and one of my first concerts. I had no idea what I was in for!
Had to call my dad at intermission and tell him not to come pick me up for a while. He still got there before it was over but said he actually kind of liked the music...
-Major Tom (07/08/2010)

"Bobīs try and error..."

Oh, the ironing.
-Anonymous (05/13/2016)

He's Gone-my new favorite version. The most chilled version Jerry perfectly relaxed greatest midsong solo jam of all time
- (12/07/2016)

AUD sounds great to me. Very solid show throughout with solid vocals.
-Just Exactly Perfecf Band (02/08/2018)

I love the Peggy-Os from spring '78. Never noticed that in this one purty Peggy-O's guineas were to few. :-)

-wharfratg (02/23/2021)

First Werewolves of London..
-hedge (11/17/2021)

This one never really takes off for me, but there really aren't any clunkers, either. Although Werewolves sounded a bit off to me, like they just didn't get a good groove with it. That would make since considering it's a debut. Bertha>Good Lovin starts solid. FOTD and Peggy-O are always solid from this era. Deal just doesn't soar quite the way some others do from this era. Samson rocks as usual. Estimated is probably my highlight - felt like they took the jam further than normal. And I liked it going into He's Gone. I really don't have any gripes here, I just don't see much that jumps out at me.
- (08/09/2023)

j dh 400

all second set from kpfa
-jim (09/26/2023)

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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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