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Grateful Dead Dec. 31, 1978
Winterland Arena San Francisco, CA | Listen on archive
21Its All Over Now
i have always loved this version
love the early versions
36Friend of the Devil
near perfect late '70's version. Enough said,listen to this one.
Farewell to Winterland; Not 40 mins. long ; no break down into feedback nonsense. Just sweet jazzy jamming; Just exactly perfect send off.
22From the Heart of Me
A good version of this underrated song.
54Ramble On Rose
Do I hear angels? Yep, Jerry's at it again.
17Johnny B. Goode
The Closing of Winterland.
37I Need A Miracle
Closin' Winterland with the harmonicas! Hot hot hot
i've heard a million of these, and this one is closest to perfection. heartfelt vocals, minimal flubs, and the groove is locked in. tight!
56Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
2nd song to open show at the closing of Winterland
17Around and Around
With a bunch of guests, Jerry goes fucking nuts.
Opens the show! Give a listen.
28Not Fade Away
Closing of the Winterland. Not Fade Away has John Cippolina as special guest! HOT!
13Me and My Uncle
Just about perfect....
Country stomping big river! Nice piano.
23Samson and Delilah
Nice and hot. Bob's vocals are on.
Shocked this one wasn't already here. Top 3 in my book.
10And We Bid You Goodnight
You only get about the half the song in the recording but the band is awesome sounding and the audience is going insane!
immortalized in the film taken that special evening. fantastic version with all the elements. watch the video!
20Playin' In The Band
Nice locked in version. 13 minutes of what a Playin' should be.
19 minutes, man it gets weird: whistles, gamelans, melodica solo, bird calls, kazoos, explosions: was every one in on the jam? Anyone remember?
Blissful dancealong. As clear a statement of what the good times feeling of the later Donna era could sound like. Nice times.
Classic, how am I the first to vote for this?
11The Other One
Short but sweet version sandwiched between DS and Rat
11Fire On The Mountain
Closing of Winterland is classic Dead
Starts off a nice hour of music