|CD(s)||:||3 audio, 2 SHN|
|Flaws||:||Tape warble in Looks Like Rain (1) and Terrapin Station (5).|
|Source||:||SBD:MR > DAT > DAT > CD|
|My Comments||:||Wow! This is a great show. If you're a Keith fan and you don't have this one, beg, borrow or steal it! This is Keith at his best, vibrant, out front leading, with a large, phat presence. The band seemed to feel his energy, and it brought them all up a notch.
It's hard to pick stand-out tunes on this one because they're all good. Here're some highlights:
Looks Like Rain - Beautiful, extended version, with both Bob & Donna singing well.
Terrapin Station - This is the tightest Terrapin I've heard, and they only debuted it a month earlier!
Playin', Eyes, Dancin' - All great versions, very energetic.
Wharf Rat - Starts out lively, tones down to merely snappy, and then gets positively up-beat by the end!
UJB - Very energetic version, especially at the end, during the instrumental codas. These folks did not want to go home!
|Band||Show Date||Venue||Location||Set(s)||Show Notes|
|Grateful Dead||03-19-1977||Winterland Arena||San Francisco, CA||All|
|Set One||Set Two||Encore #1||Encore #2|
|Bertha; Mama Tried; Loser; Big River; They Love Each Other; Looks Like Rain; Tennessee Jed; Estimated Prophet; Terrapin Station > Playin' in the Band > Samson & Delilah > Playin' in the Band||Eyes of the World > Dancin' in the Streets > Wharf Rat > Franklin's Tower > Sugar Magnolia > Sunshine Daydream||One More Saturday Night||Uncle John's Band|
Some/all set lists taken from: Deadbase, The Deadlists Project
|CD #1||CD #2||CD #3|
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