Bruce and the Dead: Hartford, CT .. July 7 1996

jerry-bruce4This past week marked the announcement of Bruce’s involvement with the Grateful Dead’s final “Fare Thee Well” shows, from July 3-5.

To celebrate, we’ll be featuring a series of downloads of various collaborations between Bruce and the Dead. And there have been many: aside from opening with them and playing with them, Bruce has played the “duo” shows with Bob Weir, the Furthur tours, and had various members sit in with the Noisemakers.

Our first offering is from the Furthur Festival in July 1996, from Hartford, CT.

The full setlist:

07/07/96 Meadows Music Center – Hartford, CT
Hot House Ball, What A Time > (Night In Tunisia) > (Samson & Delilah) > Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad, Drunken Hiccups > Western Skyline > Don’t Do It > (Life is a Carnival), Mandolin Rain > That Would Be Something > Brokedown Palace, Carry The Water, Samson & Delilah*, Valley Road
Comments: *w/ Bob Weir. From Furthur Festival ’96.

  01. Hot House Ball
» 8.4 MiB - 502 downloads

  02. What a Time
» 7.0 MiB - 432 downloads

  03. Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
» 5.0 MiB - 526 downloads

  04. Drunken Hiccups
» 11.7 MiB - 445 downloads

  05. Mandolin Rain
» 8.7 MiB - 455 downloads

  06. Carry the Water
» 7.8 MiB - 433 downloads

  07. Samson and Delilah w/ Bob Weir
» 6.8 MiB - 488 downloads

  08. Valley Road
» 5.1 MiB - 439 downloads

Come back to for more Dead involvement soon!

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