October 16, 1974
Bob Weir's 27th birthday - birthday celebration before the encore
Me and Bobby McGee
It Must Have Been the Roses
Beat it on Down the Line
Ship of Fools
Playin' in the Band
Eyes of the World
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Uncle John's Band
Johnny B. Goode
Attendees of this show
I saw three of these shows, the 16th, 18th and 20th. I still have "The Last One" ticket from the 20th. What a way to celebrate 12th grade!
My fourth Dead show. Night number one of the 5 shows I attended in this 6 show run.
I just watched the movie and during the scenes where the stage is being set up and brokendown you see the stones tounge hanging up there. Does anyone know why was it there? Check Out My Orignal Music at myspace.com/salaversano
The Stones had played at Winterland as a sort of apology for Altamont if I remember correctly. Anyway, Bill Graham had the Stones tongue and the Dead logo hanging from the rafters for several years running.
Is there anyone here, or does anyone know about any of the Heads in the movie. Does the "This is fucked up man this fuckin' film man!" guy own a copy of this on DVD? And what about the hottie dancing in the hallway during "Casey Jones" does she have a teenage daught that would be totaly embaressed by that. And what about the fellows in line out front? Where they on line for tickets, or were they waiting to get in because the shows were general admision? Check Out My Orignal Music at myspace.com/salaversano
A school night, still, I can never quite be sure. Set looks right, but, where is the Ned and Phil part?
Tunes I knew then were Truckin' Johnny B. Goode.
I thought the red white and blue thing on the piano was a flag.
Watched while an operator came to aim the spotlight at the mirrorball.