Grateful Dead

Europe '72

Europe '72

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Set One

Cumberland Blues 341

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He's Gone 417

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One More Saturday Night 287

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Jack Straw 289

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You Win Again 240

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China Cat Sunflower 332

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I Know You Rider 303

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Brown-Eyed Woman 277

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Hurts Me Too 438

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Ramble On Rose 361

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Sugar Magnolia 430

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Mr. Charlie 217

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Tennessee Jed 430

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The Stranger 410

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Truckin' 786

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Epilogue 306

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Prelude 457

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Morning Dew 701

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Looks Like Rain 457

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Good Lovin' 1110

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Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 279

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Who Do You Love? 22

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Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) 103

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Good Lovin' 184

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The Yellow Dog 189

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Show Notes
  • Europe '72 - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 3WX 2668)
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  • The Dead:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - rhythm guitar, vocals
    Ron (Pigpen) McKernan - organ, harmonica, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
    Bill Kreutzmann - drums
    Keith Godchaux - piano
    Donna Godchaux - vocals
    Robert Hunter - songwriter

  • Full album download includes Bonus Material:
    The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion) (4/26/72 Jahrhundert Halle, Frankfurt, Germany)
    Looks Like Rain (4/8/72 Empire Pool, Wembley, England)
    Good Lovin'>
    Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)>
    Who Do You Love?>
    Cautin (Do Not Stop On Tracks)>
    Good Lovin'
    (4/14/72 Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark)
    Yellow Dog Joke (Hugo Fuguzef)

  • Released in November, 1972

  • The album was heavily overdubbed in the studio, and includes Merl Saunders on organ. The onstage equipment setup was duplicated in the studio, to preserve the ambience, and used for the overdubs.

  • Several of the songs on this album ("He's Gone", "Jack Straw", "Brown Eyed Women", "Ramble On Rose", "Mr. Charlie", and "Tennessee Jed") had been intended for a third studio album which was to be a continuation of the sentiments expressed on "Workingman's Dead" and "American Beauty"; this third studio album, tentatively entitled "Rambling Rose" was not recorded.

  • "Cumberland Blues" is from April 8, 1972

  • "Brown Eyed Women is from April 14, 1972

  • "Jack Straw", "China Cat Sunflower" > "I Know You Rider", and "Tennessee
    Jed" are from May 3, 1972

  • "Sugar Magnolia" is from May 4, 1972

  • "He's Gone" is from May 10, 1972

  • "You Win Again" and "It Hurts Me Too" are from May 24, 1972

  • "Truckin'" > "Epilogue" > "Prelude" > "Morning Dew" are from May 26, 1972

  • "One More Saturday Night" could be from May 24, 25 or 26, 1972

  • "Ramble On Rose" could be from May 23, 25 or 26, 1972

  • "Mr. Charlie" could be from May 23, 24, 25 or 26, 1972

  • Performances of Pigpen's "The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)" and "Beat It On Down The Line" had been intended for the album, but were not included. They are included here as bonus tracks.

  • (notes excerpted with permission from "The Compleat Grateful Dead Discography" by Ihor Slabicky)
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