Grateful Dead – Dave’s Picks Volume 39: Philadelphia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 4/26/83 (2021)

Posted by Green on July 31, 2021
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Set 1
1. Shakedown Street
2. New Minglewood Blues
3. They Love Each Other
4. Me And My Uncle >
5. Mexicali Blues
6. Maybe You Know
7. West L.A. Fadeaway
8. My Brother Esau
9. It Must Have Been The Roses
10. Let It Grow

Set 2
11. Help On The Way >
12. Slipknot! >
13. Franklin’s Tower >
14. Man Smart (Woman Smarter) >
15. Drums >
16. Space >
17. Truckin’ >
18. Morning Dew >
19. Throwing Stones >
20. Not Fade Away
21. U.S. Blues

(Bonus Material) The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA April 25, 1983
22. Space >
23. The Wheel >
24. Playing In The Band >
25. Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad >
26. Sugar Magnolia
27. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY April 15, 1983
28. He’s Gone >
29. Little Star

We’re feelin’ Philly 4/26/83 and its ’80s highs. See what we’re on about when you pick up DAVE’S PICKS VOLUME 39: THE SPECTRUM, PHILADELPHIA, PA, 4/26/83, the final show of a three-week tour, played at the venue that the Dead played more than Madison Square Garden (there’s your daily dose of Dead trivia). This one fires on all cylinders, with extremely well-played, high-energy tight sets featuring newbies “West L.A. Fadeway,” “My Brother Esau,” rarities like Brent’s tune “Maybe You Know,” precise medleys “Help>Slip>Franklin’s,” an inspired new pairing “Throwing Stones>Not Fade Away,” and the Dave’s Picks debut of “Shakedown Street.” And before you come down, we’ve got a prime slice of bonus material from the previous Spectrum show 4/25/83 and an extra dollop of ’83 from the War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY 4/15/83 (featuring the Bobby rarity “Little Star”).

Grateful Dead:
Jerry Garcia: Lead Guitars, Vocals
Bob Weir: Rhythm Guitars, Vocals
Mickey Hart: Drums
Bill Kreutzmann: Drums
Phil Lesh: Electric Bass
Brent Mydland: Keyboards, Vocals

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