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The Deadpod

Oct 21, 2016

This week's Deadpod features the second set from October 15th, 1976 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA. I think this set has several very interesting moments. The first is the fine transition from the opening 'Eyes of the World' to 'The Music Never Stopped'. This was a the only time they ever played these two in this order, but I wonder why when listening to this performance. A long He's Gone leads into a short drums but then a mighty 'Other One'. The 'Comes A Time' that follows is one of the best, and probably the highlight of the set. A great 'Franklin's Tower->Sugar Magnolia' which closes the set is marred a bit by the fact that we only have the audience tape here.

I hope you enjoy this performance from the Fall of 1976..



Grateful Dead

Shrine Auditorium

Los Angeles, CA 10/15/76 - Friday




Eyes Of The World [10:05] >

The Music Never Stopped [5:54] ;

It Must Have Been The Roses [6:26] %

Samson And Delilah [6:40] %

He's Gone [14:30] >

Drums [5:12] >

The Other One [13:27] >

Comes A Time [10:08] >

Franklin's Tower [12:22] >

Sugar Magnolia [8:24]


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