DeadTest™ Vol. 32 – The Setlist Part II

by Peter Wendel
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Back we go inside the long, strange trip! It's time to wade deeper into our informal (and completely unscientific) assessment of how well you know The Grateful Dead's legendary, ever-changing setlist.

To get a passing grade, you'll need to correctly identify not only the songs that make up the setlist but also how they are arranged within it.

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DeadTest™ Vol. 32 – The Setlist Part II

Back we go inside the long, strange trip! It's time to wade deeper into our informal (and completely unscientific) assessment of how well you know The Grateful Dead's legendary, ever-changing setlist.

To get a passing grade, you'll need to correctly identify not only the songs that make up the setlist but also how they are arranged within it.

Although The Grateful Dead's setlist was as unique and unpredictable as their jams, there were some standard song pairings and go-to positioning within the band's typical two-set format. You'll need to know them to pass.

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Peter Wendel is a journalist and PR consultant. He's attended hundreds of concerts and festivals, including the Peach, Mountain Jam, the All Good and Lockn'. He's ridden legendary Grateful Dead runs from Ventura County Fairgrounds to Irvine Meadows (CA) from the Nassau Coliseum (NY) to the Boston Garden (MA). Peter is a former U.S. Marine who – after running into trouble with every last one of his commanding officers – received an honorable discharge and a direct order never to return. Born in California and raised in New Jersey, Peter lived in Boston and Joshua Tree (CA) before settling in the nation's capital. Find him on tour at PWendel@SongMango.com.

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