Saturday, May 09, 2009

The Day After Barton Hall


Every Deadhead knows the significance of 5/8/77. The Barton Hall show at Cornell is considered one of the greatest moments in live music history and the night that the Grateful Dead achieved perfection. Let's face it... the entire month of May 1977 was a magical time when the Dead were simply... on fire. They tore it up every night they took the stage.

Anyway, the night after Barton Hall is just as special. Buffalo. May 1977. Sickness. Some Deadheads think that the Buffalo version of Help > Slip > Frank was among the best ever performed...
Grateful Dead - 5/9/77 - War Memorial Auditorium - Buffalo, NY

Set 1: Help On The Way > Slipknot! >Franklin's Tower, Cassidy, Brown-Eyed Women, Mexicali Blues, Tennessee Jed, Big River, Peggy-O, Sunrise, The Music Never Stopped

Set 2: Bertha, Good Lovin', Ship Of Fools, Estimated Prophet, The Other One > Drums > Not Fade Away, Comes A Time, Sugar Magnolia

Encore: Uncle John's Band
Click here to download 5/9/77 - Buffalo, NY(via Archive.org)

Click here to download 5/8/77 - Barton Hall
(via Archive.org)

1 comment:

IamwhatIam said...

Also check out the Boston show from the night BEFORE Barton. It's fantastic and there are some good DLs are archive.org