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Grateful Dead Harding Theatre 1971 Volumes 1-3 - vinyl LP



6 X 12 inch 33 rpm LP vinyl LP set

Released in 2017 - Recorded on November 7, 1971 at the Harding Theatre as part of an FM broadcast, this is the pre-FM audio feed.  Keith Godchaux joined Grateful Dead in mid October 1971 as a replacement on keyboards for the ailing Pigpen who was unable to undertake the rigors of touring in the late '71 season.  The group were re-energized by this new intake of talent, and the brace of home-turf shows performed at Frisco's Harding Theater across the 6th and 7th November weekend were rarely bettered at this juncture in the Dead's career. The 500 seater Old Harding was a tiny venue for the group at a time when most local shows were either at Winterland or, occasionally, at the Berkeley Community Theater.

Parachute Recording Company PARA068LP - six record set


Side 1:



Brown-Eyed Women


Side 2:

Beat It On Down The Line

Hide Away


Jack Straw


Side 3:

Tennessee Jed

Cumberland Blues

El Pasp


Side 4:

Big Railroad Blues

Comes A Time


Side 5:

Mexicali Blues

One More Saturday Night

Ramble On Rose


Side 6:

Me and Bobby McGee


Sugar Magnolia


Side 7:

Dark Star



Side 8:

The Other One

Me and My Uncle

The Other One


Side 9:


Brokedown Palace


Side 10:

Playing In The Band

Casey Jones


Side 11:

Not Fade Away

Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad


Side 12:

Not Fade Away

Johnny B. Goode

Uncle John's Band