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Grateful Dead April 28, 1971
Fillmore East New York, NY | Listen on archive
17Not Fade Away
Sickness. It's between this and Englishtown for NFA.
14Ain't It Crazy (The Rub)
Ladies And Gentlemen version.
33Hard to Handle
Not sure why the next night gets all the love, this one's great, too!
7Me and Bobby McGee
Lyrically tight, good contributions from everyone, very focused.
4Playin' In The Band
Great "short" version.
Liquid and slow with Weir jamming along...
From the Ladies & Gents album - this one has the 71 bounce & OOZES LYSERGIC - the crowd is nuts for it
cosmic energy and bliss personified...
A Darkstar out of place and time - Constanten sits in for tones of 69 showing up in a 71 Darkstar>St. Stephen
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13Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
With TC sitting in on the DS > Stephen > NFA > GDTRFB > NFA from Ladies and Gentlemen. excellent
Best paced version I've heard, slower, Weir sings a little softer than usual, not a fan of the Dead doing this usually but this one is superb
I'm young and able, to buzz all night long!
Ladies and Gentleman
Legendary show, shocked this was not there already
19The Other One
Skull and roses
Very nice opener; sustained energy
Thought this would be on here.. Really hot
You’ve all heard this beat down - intro to TOO off of Skull&Roses