This show at Kezar in front of 60,000 featured the Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders and Ned Lagin Sunday morning at 10 or 11am for a 40+ min explosion of Blues for Allah>Johnny B Goode with a little old big chunk of Stronger than Dirt in the middle.
Note as usual Long Lost Dead wrote the definitive piece, mine is more of a view from the parking lot, right Corry. http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/10/march-23-1975-kezar-stadium-san.html
It was the first show since the Winterland retirement shows in October 1974.
David Crosby was supposed to play with the Dead but it got changed (baby born? low down payment too hard to play?). You can hear the Low Down Payment rehearsals here at archive https://archive.org/details/gd75-03-17.sbd.vernon.10111.sbeok.shnf. You can grab the music here https://www.dropbox.com/sh/k3p0qry7wbgono4/AAD2xzZXjjxq7SNkHupy0n1xa?dl=0
Oh and Dylan played later with Neil Young and many of the Band. There's a great Knockin on the Dragon's Door (don't ask).
|The Chronicle try to make sense of Blues for Allah|
|For real insight like this go to http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/10/march-23-1975-kezar-stadium-san.html|
|That girl above getting high sure looks alot like a 26 year old Sigourney Weaver|