Band Grateful Dead
Venue Fillmore East
Location New York, NY
Date 7/12/70 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [45:34] ; Dire Wolf [3:27] ; [0:48] ; The Rub [2:29] ; [0:29] % How Long Blues [3:09] ; [0:13] % Dark Hollow [1:43] % Friend Of The Devil [3:52] % Candyman [6:10] % [0:23 Intro] ; Katie Mae [3:47] % [0:12] ; Bring Me My Shotgun [1:07] > She's Mine [2:44] % [0:16] ; Rosalie McFall [3:15] % Tell It To Me [2:44] % Wake Up Little Susie [2:34] % Cumberland Blues [4:01]
Two [45:54] ; Lodi [#3:17] % Can't Pay The Price [4:42] % Henry [3:36] % Portland Woman [5:05] % Truck Drivin' Man [2:51] % Last Lonely Eagle [6:16] % Workin' Man Blues [4:56] % Cecelia [#4:13] % Louisiana Lady [3:32] % The Weight [#6:53]
Three [1:55:44] ; Easy Wind [7:57] ; [0:10] % Mama Tried [2:41] % [0:11] ; Cold Rain And Snow [5:38] % Attics Of My Life [6:43] ; [0:27] ; China Cat Sunflower [3:17] > Jam [2:16] > I Know You Rider [4:22] % High Time [7:39] % It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World (1) [11:30] % [0:50] % Cryptical Envelopment [2:04] > Drums [8:32] > The Other One [7:40] > Me And My Uncle [2:57] > The Other One [1:14] > Dancing In The Street [12:31] % [0:22] ; Turn On Your Lovelight [15:10] > Saint Stephen Jam [0:42] > Turn On Your Lovelight [10:00] ; [0:30]
Encore [6:31] ; Uncle John's Band [6:31]
Comments Total time 2:47:49. See Comments under 07/09/70 on the structure of this show. SET 1 is acoustic Dead, with David Nelson, mandolin, on Rosalie McFall & Tell It To Me. Jerry plays electric on Cumberland, Bobby is still acoustic. Probably this is not the complete acoustic set; likely it ended with some gospel tunes. SET 2 is most of the NRPS set. SET 3 is electric Dead. (1) Bobby Sells The Brooklyn Bridge. This tape leaves considerable to be desired, as far as audio fidelity goes, but you can hear the show pretty much, and it's the Grateful Dead for sure.

In the last couple years some people have argued that our tapes and lists for 7/11/70 and 7/12/70 are switched. As I see it the strongest evidence against this argument is that there are two different AUD masters in circulation, both generally labeled "7/11/70." It is for this reason that I believe our tapes and lists for these dates are correct as given here.
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