|Location||San Francisco, CA|
|Date||10/4/70 - Sunday||posters||tickets, passes & laminates|
|One||[1:03:00] ; Truckin' [#0:42#] % [0:06] % Till The Morning Comes [3:10] % [1:16] % Brokedown Palace [5:44] % [0:10] % Next Time You See Me [3:10] ; [0:51] ; Cold Rain And Snow [5:27] ; [1:17] ; China Cat Sunflower [3:07] > Jam [2:30] > I Know You Rider [4:16] % Drums [0:51] > Good Lovin' [1:55] > Drums [6:02] > Good Lovin' [5:55] ; [0:16] % Sugar Magnolia [4:50] ; [0:24] ; Casey Jones [4:26] ; [0:19] ; Uncle John's Band [6:18]|
|Comments||This show was broadcast by KQED-TV San Francisco with a quadraphonic simulcast by KQED-FM San Francisco and KSAN-FM San Francisco. Besides the Dead, NRPS, the Airplane, Hot Tuna and Quicksilver were also on the bill.
Janis died in LA on this night.
The FM tape of Truckin' breaks off as a DJ's talk cuts in and generally does not circulate with the rest of the tape. There is also about 2:30 of 'interview' between a KSAN DJ and Pigpen, who injured his fingers playing tambourine because the crew didn't manage to bring his organ along to the gig.
One of the earliest vinyl bootlegs of Grateful Dead was an LP from Mother Records, available on the West Coast by mid-71, containing China Cat > Rider, Casey Jones, Uncle John's Band, Sugar Magnolia & Good Lovin', all from the FM-broadcast.
Til The Morning Comes from this show is included as one of the bonus tracks in the Warner Bros. box set of the Dead's albums for that label.
|Caretaker||Jim Powell email update|