1969.11.02 Toronto, Ontario, Canada (second show)
1969.11.05 Kansas City, Kansas
1969.11.06 San Francisco, California
1969.11.07 San Francisco, California
1970.01.08 Bristol, U.K.
1970.01.09 London, U.K.
1970.02.23 Helsinki, Finland
1970.02.28 Copenhagen, Denmark
1970.03.07 Montreux, Switzerland
1970.03.09 Vienna, Austria
1970.03.10 Hamburg, Germany
1970.03.11 Hamburg, Germany
1970.03.12 Düsseldorf, Germany
1970.03.21 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1970.03.25 Denver, Colorado
1970.03.27 Inglewood, California
1970.03.28 Dallas, Texas
1970.03.29 Houston, Texas
1970.04.05 Baltimore, Maryland
1970.04.08 Raleigh, North Carolina
1970.04.09 Tampa, Florida
1970.04.12 Bloomington, Minnesota
1970.04.14 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
1970.04.17 Memphis, Tennessee
1970.04.18 Phoenix, Arizona
1970.04.28 London, U.K.
1970.06.28 Shepton Mallet, U.K.
1970.07.19 Berlin, Germany
1970.08.15 New Haven, Connecticut
1970.08.17 Hampton, Virginia
1970.08.21 Tulsa, Oklahoma
1970.08.31 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I'm putting this here so there's a better chance of you reading it.
First off, I'm gonna soften you up by saying that this blog is fantastic. I check it every day and I love reading the reviews. Fantastic idea.
Secondly though, how is 4/24/1969 not a "must hear"?
First, thanks for reading the blog! It's good to know there are others out there that are getting some enjoyment out of it.
Second, I thought about making 4/24/69 a 'must hear', the quality of the recording itself is definitely worthy or repeated listenings. What it came down to is that the equipment problems and the shortness of the tape just left it a notch below the amazing shows on 4/26-27/69. This isn't an exact science by any means. I've always really enjoyed the 4/24 tape. It just comes down to how I feel about it on the day. I will say that I highly recommend it.
Lastly, I read all the comments posted here, so feel free to comment in any of the posts. I'll see em all.
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