|Location||New York, NY|
|Date||7/10/70 - Friday||posters||tickets, passes & laminates|
|One||[1:15:26] ; Cold Rain And Snow [6:01] ; Me And My Uncle [3:15] > Easy Wind [8:45] % New Minglewood Blues [3:58] % Alligator [3:48] > Drums [6:25] > The Other One [6:39] > Attics Of My Life [6:26] > The Other One [4:22] > Cryptical Envelopment [1:23] > Cosmic Charlie [6:53] % Drums [0:41] > Good Lovin' [2:14] > Drums [2:26] > China Cat Sunflower [3:09] > Jam [3:28] > I Know You Rider [4:26] > Good Lovin' [2:11]|
|Encore||[10:53] ; Not Fade Away [10:13]|
|Comments||See Comments under 07/09/70 on the structure of this concert. The circulating tape seems to represent the complete electric set for this date; we are still missing the acoustic Dead and NRPS sets.
This tape is Marty Weinberg's master. It has long been in circulation mislabeled "Capitol Theater, Port Chester 6/24/70 Late Show" or sometimes "Early Show" and also sometimes "Capitol Theater, Port Chester 6/25/70 Late Show." Often copies have Around And Around from 11/8/70 and Oh Boy from 4/6/71 following Cosmic Charlie for filler on one side, and an unknown venue electric Big Railroad Blues from late 1970 for filler on the other side following Good Lovin'.
There are also at least 2 bogus tapes in circulation mislabeled "Fillmore East 7/10/70;" the more common bogus tape is actually from 4/12/70 (it starts with the Bill Graham Intro of Good Morning Little Schoolgirl: "If the Dead End Kids were alive today, they would be called "The Grateful Dead").
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