Band Grateful Dead
Venue The Palestra - University of Rochester
Location Rochester, NY
Date 11/20/70 - Friday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [1:50:50] ; Cold Rain And Snow [5:22] % Me And My Uncle [3:14] % Next Time You See Me [3:41] % China Cat Sunflower [3:06] > Jam [3:23] > I Know You Rider [4:15] % Sugar Magnolia [5:31] % Friend Of The Devil [3:40] % Mama Tried [2:30] % Drums [0:36] > Good Lovin' [1:49] > Drums [7:24] > Good Lovin' [11:53] % Cumberland Blues [4:38] % Candyman [7:34] ; [0:05] % Truckin' [7:08] > Drums [2:04#] > The Other One [#4:08] > Saint Stephen [6:18] > Drums [0:24] > Not Fade Away [4:38] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [6:12] > Not Fade Away [2:29] > I'm A King Bee [7:10] ; Casey Jones [4:30] ; [0:03]
Two [[45:48]] ; Tuning [1:21] > It's All Over Now [6:41] ; [0:09] ; Instrumental [1:22] > Spring Song Tuning [0:11] > Around And Around False Start [0:21] > Around And Around [3:55] % Jam [11:19] % Jam [11:39] > Darling Corey [4:37] > Jam [2:47] > Space Jam [0:35#]
Encore [6:05] ; Uncle John's Band [6:05]
Comments Total time 2:46:56 +. The circulating AUD tape was mastered by Marty Weinberg on 7" Uher reels. As customarily with Weinberg's masters, there are usually pauses on the tape between songs. This makes it impossible to prove the sequence of tunes from this master, and there is some confusion about the correct order of songs. On most circulating cassettes the Good Lovin' sequence is placed last, after Uncle John's Band on the second half of side B of the second 90-minute cassette, presumably to keep from breaking it over a cassette side when transcribing from reels. After Mama Tried seems the likeliest spot where it belongs, but there is no proof. After Casey Jones Jerry says "We're gonna take a little break." Probably the preceding was all one set, but it is possible there was another break earlier.

Jorma Kaukonen plays throughout SET 2. The Instrumental following All Over Now is his. Jack Casady joins on bass starting with the Jam into Darling Carey. It's Marmaduke on vocals in Darling Carey. Many cassettes have the order of these two Jams reversed -- again, presumably to avoid splitting the longer one over a flip (and again, no proof that the sequnce listed is correct).
Recordings 167 AF
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Contributors Jim Powell Gordon Sharpless Rob Berger Jim Wise Dwight Holmes
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