1973-02-19 [Mon]

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Jerry Garcia - electric guitar (lead), vocals
Bob Weir - electric guitar (rhythm), vocals
Phil Lesh - electric bass, vocals
Keith Godchaux - keyboards
Bill Kreutzmann - drums, perc
Donna Jean Godchaux - vocals
Soundcheck:
Uncle John's Band

Partial Set 1:
Promised Land [1] , Box Of Rain [1] , Brown Eyed Women [1] , El Paso [1] , You Ain't Woman Enough [1]

Encore:
Casey Jones
[1] Not present on any circulating sources.
[2] Includes Phil 6/8 Time Jazz Jam.
Average Song Gap
1.58
Soundcheck
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Uncle John's Band Jerry Garcia last
Set 1
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Promised Land
  • Not present on any circulating sources.
  • Bob Weir 1 2
    Box Of Rain
  • Not present on any circulating sources.
  • Phil Lesh 1 1
    Brown Eyed Women
  • Not present on any circulating sources.
  • Jerry Garcia 2 1
    El Paso
  • Not present on any circulating sources.
  • Bob Weir 1 2
    You Ain't Woman Enough
  • Not present on any circulating sources.
  • Donna Jean Godchaux 1 1
    Set 2
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    He's Gone > Jerry Garcia 1 5
    Truckin' > Bob Weir 1 1
    The Other One >
  • Includes Phil 6/8 Time Jazz Jam.
  • Bob Weir 4 5
    Eyes Of The World > Jerry Garcia 2 1
    China Doll Jerry Garcia 2 2
    Sugar Magnolia Bob Weir 2 1
    Encore
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Casey Jones Jerry Garcia 1 1
    Also Appearing
    New Riders of the Purple Sage
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    Notes
  • Setlist seems incomplete
  • Setlist courtesy deadlists.com, citing Deadbase for set 1 info, vault for set 2 info. "You Ain't Woman Enough" and "Uncle John's Band" come from commenter petesweety on LMA. However, LMA commenter Jim Da Coach says "For those of you wondering what happened to the first set, I was at this show: THERE WAS NO FIRST SET. NRPS opened, then the Dead came out, played this one set and left. Chicago's International Ampitheatre was a big old barn with terrible acoustics -- didn't seem like the band an audience connected". However, this is contradicted by spamjam at LL: "I was at 2/19 and there definitely were two sets. Four of us did a road trip from Ann Arbor. We were in the second balcony for NRPS, the first balcony for the GD first set, and the floor for the second set. Going home we spun out on icy I-94 in my '62 Plymouth (with push-button auto transmission) and wound up facing backwards in the median. Fun times."
  • GD's first Chicago sellout (Grissim 1973)
  • deadessays: Grateful Dead Guide: From The Incomplete Show Files - February 1973
  • deadessays: The Proto-Solomon Jazz Jam
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