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  • JD
    January 25, 2024
    Like Jerry would say, "That was good and Fat!" Great show with excellent sound quality. I was at the Seattle show 2 days before, so it was cool to see that Moore Theater gig was mentioned in the liner notes! Buy this show you won't be disappointed.
  • Randy Zorn
    August 9, 2023
    Good sound quality and a good show in general! Saw some of the other comments and with all JGB shows you're rarely going to like it all. I like it. Good job and keep it up!
  • Tom Trent
    May 13, 2022
    I got to hear a whole lot of Jerry and Merl, Legion of Mary, Jerry and Friends while working at Keystone Berkeley from 1973-76. This is the second CD I have purchased from that era. It was both wonderful and sluggish, typical of Jerry's side band performances then. I loved the guy but he could get locked into some really slow grooves that left me wondering what he had imbibed. Later I found out, so sadly.... Will never forget the time he helped me get my old truck started out back after a gig.
  • Dirk Anderson
    January 2, 2022
    Disappointing. The first set is turgid, Jerry's voice is wan and lost in the mix. The band perks up for Mission in the Rain, which is the only song on Disc One I'd be tempted to revisit. Disc Two starts out more promising with a peppy Midnight Moonlight and Tore Up. Friend of the Devil is poignant, with some lovely piano from Keith. Don't Let Go goes nowhere, for 22 painful minutes. Stop That Train is quite good. Two stars for the songs named above, but the rest is unremarkable filler. Sorry, but some shows should just stay in the vault, and this is one of them.
  • Carlos
    September 18, 2021
    I listen to a lot of Grateful Dead & Jerry Garcia Band and I must say, this is one of the most beautiful ecstatic experiences of JGB I have ever experienced. Beautiful. Thank you García family.
  • Bill Berkowitz
    August 24, 2021
    Fucking Awesome! Such a beautiful slower paced set of music. Jerry shines but Keith is absolutely amazing. Beam me back to the '70s!
  • Lynda Dunfee
    August 24, 2021
    I totally love this set, listen to it at least once a week. Nothing better than some friends hanging around and dancing to Jerry.
  • Chris Rollins
    August 4, 2021
    Keeping this in the car to pop on at random during Jerry week. I like this lineup better than some of the other ones
  • Wonderful
    July 24, 2021
    Been listening to this show on repeat and I am grateful to have added it to my collection.
  • Tomd
    July 22, 2021
    This was my favorite version of JGB. Another excellent performance.
  • Steve G
    January 21, 2021
    A wonderful release - the Keith and Donna shows with the JGB definitely have their flavors and they are both in great form here, as is Jerry. Highlights for me are After Midnight and Dont Let Go but every song has a little of that special sauce and a great relaxed exploratory vibe. Highly recommended
  • Britton Tolliver
    September 18, 2020
    This Volume ONE from 1976 is just so right on!!! DONT LET GO is just utterly amazing. MIDNIGHT MOONLIGHT is at a great pace!! I am really into this version of the JGB. Very smooth and seductive, and great recording. Perfect representation of “sway music “
  • JD
    December 14, 2017
    Thoroughly enjoyed the show. Different kind of version of Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Reggae Beat), but the highlights for me are "Tore Up" and "Mission in the Rain". Jerry's solos are incredible. Its almost like you can hear the lyrics in his licks. Highly recommended.
  • charlie
    December 12, 2017
    I bought this set because it had some previously unreleased live tracks from a new venue and they are always the best listening and I was correct.
  • Don
    December 4, 2017
    I got this CD because it includes AFTER MIDNIGHT, Jerry and all the musicians he plays with exhibit that feeling of having cleared that last hurdle. Cosmic senses. Just want to pull out my telescope and get a better look. CLOUD NINE; I practically hear the strings of Jerry's guitar brining it life.