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Grateful Dead 3/18/77 Winterland Arena San Francisco, CA Source: SBD 1: SBDMR @ 7.5 ips>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN (track 2 and 3) SBD 2: SBD>(unknown analog/digital gens)>CD>EAC>SHN>FLAC8 (track 1) AUD: Master (R. Bertrando Sony ECM-270/TC-152SD) Cassette>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN>FLAC8 (patch in track 3) Transferred by: Scott Clugston ***SET 1*** s1t01. Promised Land (aud source) s1t02. Mississippi Half-Step s1t03. It's All Over Now s1t04. Sugaree s1t05. New Minglewood Blues s1t06. Fennario s1t07. Cassidy s1t08. Scarlet Begonias-> s1t09. Fire On The Mountain * ***SET 2*** s2t01. Samson & Delilah s2t02. Brown-Eyed Women s2t03. Good Lovin' s2t04. Ship of Fools (*) s2t05. Estimated Prophet s2t06. Tuning s2t07. Terrapin Station-> s2t08. Alhambra-> s2t09. Drums-> s2t10. Not Fade Away-> s2t11. St. Stephen-> s2t12. Around & Around ***ENCORE*** s3t01. Uncle John's Band * FIRST "FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN" (obtained this show BEFORE it was made available commercially) ************************************************* Reviewer: fudoki - - September 7, 2009 Subject: Best Sugaree, Peggy-O, Fire.... After comparing over the past 4 months, and with 36 years following the band, I must say the Sugaree, Peggy-O, and FOTM from this concert are my personal faves. The unique rendition of Terrapin is in the top five as well. Somehow, the band was just in perfect form for this show, delivering with the powerful gentility that makes the Grateful Dead so unique among all bands. Phil's performance the entire night, but especially on Fire and Sugaree is simply extraordinary. Why was Phil so focused and more active than usual that night? We will likely never know, but his usual playing "lead" bass about 50% of the time was around 90% of the time on Mar 18th, 1977. Personally, I think that Phil's outstanding work during this show was the catalyst that got the whole band "hitting at 120%", and added that little extra something that makes the songs from this show so highly rated by so many. No Dead collection can be complete without this show!
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