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The Deadpod

Apr 29, 2016

I think we have a really top-notch set for you this week. The second set from April 19th, 1978 at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Columbus Ohio is filled with wonderful jamming and great song selections. It starts with the always energetic 'Samson and Delilah', then moves into a great version of 'It Must've Been The Roses' .. I think you'll find Donna (and Keith) both shine in this set. A nicely jammed out 'Estimated Prophet' leads into a fine 'He's Gone'. The Drums that follows to me showcases the importance of this part of their show at its best.. this one clocks in at 18 minutes.. They come out of Space into 'The Other One', then flow into a perfectly placed 'Wharf Rat'. Around and Around closes the set but the boys return to give us the first ever cover of 'Werewolves of London' and it is a keeper!


Grateful Dead

Veterans Memorial Auditorium

Columbus, OH

4/19/78 - Wednesday


Samson And Delilah [7:23] ;

It Must Have Been The Roses [7:18] ;

Estimated Prophet [14:19] >

He's Gone [11:10] >

Drums [18:#56] >

Space [8:37] >

The Other One [8:14] >

Wharf Rat [9:57#] >

Around And Around


Werewolves Of London [10:27]



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