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RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73 (Live) - Widely considered one of The Grateful Dead's seminal performances, and certainly one of the very best of the universally acclaimed 1973 performing year, 6/10/73 is as synonymous with great Grateful Dead concerts as are 2/13/70, 8/27/72, and 5/8/77. There are few shows that deliver the goods to the extent of this concert, with it's statement-opener of "Morning Dew, " through lengthy workouts on "Bird Song, " "Playing In The Band, " "Here Comes Sunshine, " "Eyes Of The World, " and an other-worldly "Dark Star." Add to this a nearly hour-long encore/third set featuring members of the Allman Brothers Band (with whom the Dead shared the bill at RFK in 1973), and you have not only one of the most unique shows in Grateful Dead history, but also one of the most exciting, inspired and powerful performances of the Dead's entire career. We're serving up the complete previously unreleased performance, with Plangent Processes tape restoration and speed correction, and mastering by Jeffrey Norman.
RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73 (Live) - Widely considered one of The Grateful Dead's seminal performances, and certainly one of the very best of the universally acclaimed 1973 performing year, 6/10/73 is as synonymous with great Grateful Dead concerts as are 2/13/70, 8/27/72, and 5/8/77. There are few shows that deliver the goods to the extent of this concert, with it's statement-opener of "Morning Dew, " through lengthy workouts on "Bird Song, " "Playing In The Band, " "Here Comes Sunshine, " "Eyes Of The World, " and an other-worldly "Dark Star." Add to this a nearly hour-long encore/third set featuring members of the Allman Brothers Band (with whom the Dead shared the bill at RFK in 1973), and you have not only one of the most unique shows in Grateful Dead history, but also one of the most exciting, inspired and powerful performances of the Dead's entire career. We're serving up the complete previously unreleased performance, with Plangent Processes tape restoration and speed correction, and mastering by Jeffrey Norman.
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RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73 [LP]
Artist: Grateful Dead
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $139.98
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DISC: 1

1. Morning Dew
2. Beat It on Down the Line
3. Ramble on Rose
4. Jack Straw
5. Wave That Flag
6. Looks Like Rain
7. Box of Rain
8. They Love Each Other
9. The Race Is on
10. Row Jimmy
11. El Paso
12. Bird Song
13. Playing in the Band
14. Eyes of the World>
15. Stella Blue
16. Big River
17. Here Comes Sunshine
18. Around and Around
19. Dark Star>
20. He's Gone>
21. Wharf Rat>
22. Truckin'
23. Sugar Magnolia
24. [Final Set with Dickey Betts and Butch Trucks]
25. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
26. That's All Right
27. Promised Land
28. Not Fade Away>
29. Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad>
30. Drums>
31. Not Fade Away
32. Johnny B. Goode

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RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73 (Live) - Widely considered one of The Grateful Dead's seminal performances, and certainly one of the very best of the universally acclaimed 1973 performing year, 6/10/73 is as synonymous with great Grateful Dead concerts as are 2/13/70, 8/27/72, and 5/8/77. There are few shows that deliver the goods to the extent of this concert, with it's statement-opener of "Morning Dew, " through lengthy workouts on "Bird Song, " "Playing In The Band, " "Here Comes Sunshine, " "Eyes Of The World, " and an other-worldly "Dark Star." Add to this a nearly hour-long encore/third set featuring members of the Allman Brothers Band (with whom the Dead shared the bill at RFK in 1973), and you have not only one of the most unique shows in Grateful Dead history, but also one of the most exciting, inspired and powerful performances of the Dead's entire career. We're serving up the complete previously unreleased performance, with Plangent Processes tape restoration and speed correction, and mastering by Jeffrey Norman.
        
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