Band Grateful Dead
Venue The Music Box
Location Omaha, NB
Date 2/4/69 - Tuesday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [1:36:22] ; Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [#8:59] ; [2:21] ; Morning Dew [8:58] ; [1:55] ; Dark Star [13:15] > St. Stephen [5:15] > The Eleven [12:#22] > Death Don't Have No Mercy [7:04#] % Cryptical Envelopment [2:03] > Drums [0:13] > The Other One [9:30] > Alligator [3:36] > Drums [2:49] > Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) [16:32] > Feedback [2:30#] > And We Bid You Good Night
Comments The tape cuts in on the beginning of Schoolgirl. There is a tape flip in The Eleven at 10:19 ; very little seems to be lost here. Death Don't Have No Mercy breaks off incomplete at 7:04. The tape breaks off 2:30 into Feedback. According to Rob Eaton the show ended with And We Bid You Good Night.

The Eleven analyzes St. Stephen > 1st vocals 1:05 > transition Jam 1:56 > Eleven Jam 3:39 > Eleven vocals 0:40 > Eleven Jam 2:48 > Eleven 2nd theme Jam 1:52 > transition 0:23 > Death Don't Have No Mercy.

By 1968 - Dalton moved back to his blues roots, forming The Liberation Blues Band (1968-69). They played hard blues and were known for their lengthy jams. They performed at early FAC Parties at Der Loaf & Stein in Lincoln & were the first electric band hired by The University of Nebraska to play an outside show on the steps of The Sheldon Art Gallery. They frequently played in Omaha's Old Market, and in 1969 opened up for The Grateful Dead at The Music Box.

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Recordings 100 SB
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Contributors Jim Powell Rob Eaton Jim Wise
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