1972-03-25 [Sat]

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Bob Weir - electric guitar (rhythm), vocals
Phil Lesh - electric bass
Bill Kreutzmann - drums
Keith Godchaux - keyboards
Ron McKernan - keyboards, vocals
Jerry Garcia - electric guitar (lead), pedal steel guitar, vocals
Donna Jean Godchaux - vocals
[1] Only known performance (by GD) last known performance 1972-03-09 by JGMS
[2] Released on Dick's Picks Volume 30
[3] Only known performance (by GD) and first time played by any act but played on 1972-06-30 by JGMS as guest
[4] Garcia on pedal steel
Average Song Gap
3.15
Set 1
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
  • Only known performance (by GD) last known performance 1972-03-09 by JGMS
  • Released on Dick's Picks Volume 30
  • Jerry Garcia first last
    Are You Lonely For Me
  • Only known performance (by GD) and first time played by any act but played on 1972-06-30 by JGMS as guest
  • Released on Dick's Picks Volume 30
  • Jerry Garcia first last
    Next Time You See Me Ron McKernan 1 3
    Brown Eyed Women Jerry Garcia 1 2
    Smokestack Lightning
  • Released on Dick's Picks Volume 30
  • Ron McKernan 11 801
    Sitting On Top Of The World Jerry Garcia 9 21
    Sugaree Jerry Garcia 2 3
    Looks Like Rain
  • Garcia on pedal steel
  • Bob Weir 1 1
    Bertha Jerry Garcia 3 2
    Set 2
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Mr. Charlie Ron McKernan 1 1
    Black Throated Wind Bob Weir 1 1
    Deal Jerry Garcia 2 2
    Playing In The Band Bob Weir 1 1
    Turn On Your Lovelight Ron McKernan 7 12
    Casey Jones Jerry Garcia 1 2
    Title
    Hell's Angels benefit
    Also Appearing
    Bo Diddley
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    Notes
  • Donna's first official show
  • deadsources: March 25, 1972: Academy of Music, NYC
  • JGMF: Jerry Garcia and Friends: March 25, 1972, Academy of Music, New York, NY
  • deadessays: 3/26/72 Academy of Music "New Yorkers were eager to see them again, even though they’d played a four-day run at the Felt Forum in December ’71, just three months before. One paper remarked: “Seven concerts in one week at the Academy of Music, every one of them sold out within hours, more by ESP than advertising… The week’s series will help finance the Dead’s traveling expenses for a two-month, seven-country tour of Europe beginning Saturday.” (NY Daily News, 3/30/72)"
  • deadsources: March 21-28, 1972: Academy of Music, NYC
  • deadsources: March 21-28, 1972: Academy of Music, New York City
  • expost: "Hell's Angels Get 17G from N.Y. Rock Concert; Is This Tax Deductible?" Variety, March 29, 1972, p. 77. "The evening was highlighted by the arrival, at about 8:30 p.m., of about 50 or 60 couples on cycles plus a stagecoach. ... Neither the Dead nor Stein reportedly received profit from the gross, all coin going to the Angels."
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