1970-05-02 [Sat]

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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
Guest Musicians
David Nelson (partial show) - mandolin
John Dawson (partial show) - vocals

Complete Release
Dick's Picks Volume 08 (missing Cold Rain And Snow)
Average Song Gap
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Don't Ease Me In Jerry Garcia 6 1
I Know You Rider Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir 1 1
Friend Of The Devil Jerry Garcia 3 1
Dire Wolf Jerry Garcia 3 1
Beat It On Down The Line > Bob Weir 10 3
Black Peter Jerry Garcia 7 1
Candyman Jerry Garcia 1 3
Cumberland Blues Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir 1 3
Deep Elem Blues Jerry Garcia 1 1
Cold Jordan
  • with John Dawson on vocals and David Nelson on mandolin
  • 1 7
    Uncle John's Band Jerry Garcia 1 1
    Set 1
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Saint Stephen > Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir 2 2
    Cryptical Envelopment > Jerry Garcia 1 0
    Drums > Instrumental 1 0
    The Other One > Bob Weir 1 3
    Cryptical Envelopment > Jerry Garcia 0 3
    Cosmic Charlie Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir 13 3
    Casey Jones Jerry Garcia 9 2
    Good Lovin' > Ron McKernan 3 0
    Drums > Instrumental 0 1
    Good Lovin' Ron McKernan 0 1
    Cold Rain And Snow Jerry Garcia 8 3
    It's A Man's World Ron McKernan 3 12
    Dancin' In The Streets
  • Includes Tighten Up Jam.
  • Bob Weir 8 2
    Set 2
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Morning Dew Jerry Garcia 14 2
    Viola Lee Blues > Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, and... 9 27
    Feedback > Instrumental 2 93
    And We Bid You Good Night Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, and... 2 40
    Also Appearing
    New Riders of the Purple Sage
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  • deadlists: comment on 5/2/70 entry "David Nelson plays acoustic guitar on Cumberland Blues while Jerry switches to electric. Nelson plays mandolin on Cold Jordan and Marmaduke adds bass harmony vocals." NB no early/late shows. For years Deadlists showed things this way as a workaround to an old technical limit (max three sets per "show"), which has since been superseded.
  • hooterollin: Week of May 2, 1970 SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, NY (The Whole Story)
  • kazart: Dead Stage Banter Part 1
  • lostlivedead: The Grateful Dead in Upstate and Central New York 1969-79 ('Til Your Night Job Pays)
  • Most of these shows were billed as "An Evening With The Grateful Dead". The standard architecture was Acoustic GD, then New Riders, then Electric GD (sometimes two sets). For more, see JGMF, An Evening With the Gratetul Dead
  • review: Wolinsky 1970, via deadsources: May 2, 1970: Harpur College, Binghamton NY
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