1969-02-02 [Sun]

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Jerry Garcia - electric guitar (lead), vocals
Bob Weir - electric guitar (rhythm), vocals
Phil Lesh - electric bass, vocals
Ron McKernan - organ, vocals
Bill Kreutzmann - drums, perc
Mickey Hart - drums, perc
Tom Constanten - keyboards
Average Song Gap
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Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Ron McKernan 6 1
Dark Star > Jerry Garcia 1 1
Saint Stephen >
  • Includes William Tell Bridge.
  • Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia 1 1
    The Eleven > Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, and... 1 1
    Death Don't Have No Mercy Jerry Garcia 1 1
    Cryptical Envelopment > Jerry Garcia 1 0
    Drums > Instrumental 1 0
    The Other One > Bob Weir 1 1
    Cryptical Envelopment > Jerry Garcia 0 1
    Turn On Your Lovelight > Ron McKernan 1 0
    Drums > Instrumental 0 1
    Turn On Your Lovelight Ron McKernan 0 1
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    Notes
  • Grand opening of Minneapolis Labor Temple.
  • Attendee Hard2Handle recalls on his deat.net entry "Ground Hog's Day 1969. First rock show at the Labor Temple (or first I knew of) - scene of many a Polish wedding." Goes on to note the tension between the band and the crowd, which if I recall correctly is reflected in some stage comments (if not this show, for sure on this tour -- "you motherfuckers" and all that).
  • Garcia picture from Old Minneapolis FB Group post
  • deadsources: February 2, 1969: Labor Temple, Minneapolis
  • lostlivedead: Grateful Dead/Jerry Garcia Tour Itinerary February 1969
  • deadessays: 1969 Show List
  • Manny Arechiga: "The Labor Temple was on the 100 block of 4th St. SE back then. (Central Ave & 4th St)"
  • deadsources: February 2, 1969: Labor Temple, Minneapolis
  • gratefulseconds: Dead Debut in Minnesota Attracting Cute Babes, February 2, 1969
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