1975-09-19 [Fri]

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Jerry Garcia - electric guitar, vocals
John Kahn - electric bass
Nicky Hopkins - piano, vocals
Ron Tutt - drums, vocals
[1] First known performance (by JGB) last known performance 1975-06-26 by LOM
[2] First known performance (by JGB) last known performance 1975-07-05 by LOM
[3] First known performance (by JGB) last known performance 1975-07-04 by LOM
[4] First known performance
[5] Only known performance
Average Song Gap
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Set 1
Gap Analysis
Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
Let It Rock
  • First known performance (by JGB) last known performance 1975-06-26 by LOM
  • Jerry Garcia first 1
    You Win Again Jerry Garcia 1 2
    All By Myself Jerry Garcia 1 1
    Tough Mama
  • First known performance (by JGB) last known performance 1975-07-05 by LOM
  • Jerry Garcia first 1
    Mississippi Moon
  • First known performance (by JGB) last known performance 1975-07-04 by LOM
  • Jerry Garcia first 1
    Pig's Boogie Instrumental 1 1
    Set 2
    Gap Analysis
    Name Notes Lead Vocals Last Next
    Lady Sleeps >
  • First known performance
  • Instrumental first 1
    No Time
  • First known performance
  • Nicky Hopkins first 1
    How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) Jerry Garcia 1 2
    I'll Take A Melody Jerry Garcia 1 1
    Catfish John Jerry Garcia 1 1
    Tequila
  • Only known performance
  • Instrumental first last
    (I'm A) Road Runner Jerry Garcia 1 2
    Edward Instrumental 1 1
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    Notes
  • Sue: $1,250 guarantee against 90% gross (potential gross not to exceed $1,800).
  • Parish (2003, 222-223) relates a story of Nicky taking his shirt off at a gig at the Oasis, probably this night.
  • TJS had this attendee recollection: "The band showed up about 90 minutes late for the show ... They called the venue from a pay phone to say they drove past Sacramento and were halfway to Reno before they realized their mistake. They were turning around and asked us to wait for them. Seeing this quartet in Sacramento ... may have been my single most memorable show experience. It was a small venue with a small crowd, maybe twenty people out on the small dance floor in front of the band ... The band came on late and obviously high and loose. After one sweet tune, Hopkins was so moved he walked over and tearfully embraced Garcia. Then he turned and said that playing that kind of music was what he had wanted to do all of his life."
  • Setlist from Deadbase (Scott, Dolgushkin and Nixon 1995).
  • JGMF: JGB: September 19, 1975, Crabshaw Corner, Sacramento, CA
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