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Grateful Dead Dec. 31, 1976
Cow Palace Daly City, CA | Listen on archive
11Around and Around
ROCK AND ROLL
62Eyes Of The World
This is how you ring in a new year's. Awesome version from a crackin' show
Really Rockin Deal! The end of '76 into the magical 77! There some magic at this show. Great setlist selection by the band that night. really smart!
This one is solid. I didn't realize there are only 1 version here... C'mon peeps!
Put headphones on and listen to this one in a relaxed state...
this is some great melodic soloing by Jerry; he takes all the time the song needs
Fun version! Follows the New Years countdown and followed by a raw Eyes of the World
43Samson and Delilah
odd spacy intro. a tad slower and much less predecitable than latter era versions. smooth as 18 y/o scotch.
Live at the Cow Palace: New Years Eve 1976 version
59Playin' In The Band
the version from Live At the Cow Palace: New Years Eve 1976
18Looks Like Rain
A very emotional performace of this tune from a great show, New Year's Eve 1976.
19They Love Each Other
Pretty darn perfect. Mellow funkiness of 76 with 77 precision.
16Help On The Way > Slipknot > Franklin's Tower
Help> Slip no Frank but still incredible. The jam is amazing and at 3:06 Jerry just turns it on. Amazing
Give it a listen. Actually think its better than all the great 1977 versions.
Very unique version. Cool intro and then outro to Samson.
8Not Fade Away
Totally hot version here in line with all the great 1977 versions. Surprised this is not on here. The guys were jacked all night.
25And We Bid You Goodnight
This one might be my favorite
11Uncle John's Band
Another great one in encore slot. Great frickin show here. Found this release in the basement.
21Help on the Way
One of the few without a Franklin's later on. FUnky Hot New Years Help->Slipknot->NFA.VERY Spacey Slipknot
4One More Saturday Night
Rock -n- Roll performance by the finest band around, kick ass ending to a wonderful NYE. part of triple encore
Listed as a Drums but has more of an open jam feel with Phil playing some funky licks