This was quite a week in the Dead community, some fine Furthur shows, Phil's 71st birthday, but overshadowing everything, for me, was the loss of Augustus Owsley Stanley. Owsley was of course instrumental in the formation and development of the Grateful Dead, of the 'big sound' that really defined the concert experience for the Dead, and of course, as a world renowned chemist. This week, thanks to the efforts of Jamie over at Lossless Legs, I'm playing one of Bear's recordings, from the famous Winterland run of October 74. Fare thee well, Bear - give Jerry our love...
Grateful Dead Winterland, San Francisco, CA
from set 1:
Beat It On Down The Line [3:10] ;
It Must Have Been The Roses [6:11] ;
El Paso [4:11] ;
Loose Lucy [4:50] ;
Black Throated Wind [7:19] ;
Scarlet Begonias [11:49] ;
To Lay Me Down [7:59] ;
Mama Tried [2:28] ;
Eyes Of The World [18:14] >
China Doll [5:49] ;
Big River [4:47]
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