1970-11-23 [Mon]

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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
[1] First known performance (by GD) last known performance 1970-11-06 by NRPS
[2] Last known performance (by GD) 1970-06-04 (59 events ago)
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Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Dancin' In The Streets Bob Weir 2 88
Around And Around Bob Weir 3 6
Me And Bobby McGee
  • First known performance (by GD) last known performance 1970-11-06 by NRPS
  • Bob Weir first 1
    Midnight Hour
  • Last known performance (by GD) 1970-06-04 (59 events ago)
  • Ron McKernan 59 6
    Casey Jones Jerry Garcia 2 1
    Saint Stephen > Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia 2 1
    Not Fade Away > Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia 2 1
    Turn On Your Lovelight Ron McKernan 6 1
    Uncle John's Band Jerry Garcia 2 1
    Hell's Angels Awakening for the Living
    Also Appearing
    New Riders of the Purple Sage
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  • Setlist incomplete and order uncertain. NO circulating sources from this date. The setlist for 1970-11-16 is often misattributed to this date. SHNID 4734 is from 11/16/70, not 11/23/70.
  • deadessays: Deadbase Corrections
  • Hells Angels Benefit - "Hell's Angels Awakening for the Living"
  • review: Crossland 1970, via Deadsources
  • ref: Rock: "The Anderson is a broken-down palace if ever there was one. It's beautiful inside but it's been closed for a while and has no power — it is pitch-dark inside. The Angels rent a huge generator and run the cables right smack down the middle of the aisle. The generator is so loud that it has to be set up outside on the street, but every time the door is opened this terrible thumpedy-thump just about obliterates the band. Noxious gas fumes blow in, too (somewhat masked by billowing clouds of marijuana smoke). Sandy has gotten hold of a couple of pounds of pot, and the girls have been rolling it up for days. He proceeds to pass the whole thing out into the audience. Pigpen peers out at the crumbling baroque decor of the Anderson through the smoke and fumes and says: 'If there was ever a Sistine Chapel in hell, this is it!'" (Scully 1996, 201).
  • JGMF: GD/NRPS: November 23, 1970, Anderson Theatre (Hells Angels Benefit)
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