I: Jam > Feel Like a Stranger > Easy Answers > Baby Blue > Loser > Easy to Slip > Odessa, Deep Elem Blues > West L.A. Fadeaway
II: El Paso@3 > The Winners@ > Tennessee Jed > Even So > October Queen > The Deep End > Stuff > The Other One > Wharf Rat > Turn On Your Lovelight
E: The Weight
"Cryptical" teases out of "Other One"
Next ''The Weight'' 2/23/2004 [52 shows]
I: Jam > The Wheel > The Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion > I Need a Miracle > Playin in the Band > Big Boss Man, Mission in the Rain, Loose Lucy, Weather Report Suite Prelude/Part 1 > Let It Grow
II: Fever@, Victim or the Crime@ > Good Morning Little Schoolgirl > Women are Smarter > Help on the Way* > Slipknot! > Stuff > Sugaree > Two Djinn > Slipknot! > Franklin's Tower
E: Johnny B. Goode
*-with A.J. Santella (Percussion/Vocals); Stuff - Mark/Robin/Jay > Jeff/Jay/Robin/Kenny/Mark
Next ''Fever'' 3/21/2006 [63 shows]
Bob Weir (Merlefest)
4/29/2006 Wilkes Community College, Wilkesboro, NC
I: (The Lee Boys) Don?t Let the Devil Ride, Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
II: (The Waybacks) Petrified Man, ?, El Paso, Kashmir*, Brown-Eyed Women, Bright Place, The Weight*+#, All Along the Watchtower*#, Brokedown Palace*+#
E: Like a Rolling Stone*+#
*-w/ Sam Bush; +-w/ Gillian Welch; #-w/ David Rawlings
Bob Weir (Bob Weir)
4/29/2012 Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA
I: The Music Never Stopped > Maggie's Farm, El Paso, Desolation Row > Money for Gasoline, Most of the Time
II: Most of the Time, Two Djinn, Big Bad Blues, Artificial Flowers, Festival, Mississippi Half-Step > Dark Star > Cassidy > Dear Prudence > Not Fade Away
E: Brokedown Palace
Before El Paso: "How y'all doing tonight. This one we broke out in San Diego a long time ago" and notes it was written by Marty Robbins
After $4G: Talks out the Book of Ezekial, noting that he used it with Gerrit Graham in $4G and used it with John Barlow elsewhere, there are "flying saucers," it is "splashy," it gets good at 3:17, you can still buy bread at natural food stores that use recipes from it, and "it'd make a great sci fi movie"
Before "Most of the Time": mentioned The National encouraged him to learn it, that they did a broadcast together, and that he "highly recommend[s] them"
Setbreak: During "Most of the Time," the fire alarm went off, the house lights came on, and the sound cut off simultaneously. After a couple minutes of venue staff figuring out what was going on, Bob came to the front of the stage and said the venue would have to be cleared but he'd be back. It was determined someone smoking in the stairway of the thankfully nonsmoking venue. After everyone was let back in, Charuki emphatically urged the crowd not to smoke. Bob: "Now the deal is, the house here is a beautiful old place but it has smoke detectors and things like that and if they smell smoke it goes into automatic shutdown mode. You just saw that happen."
Before Artificial Flowers: "This one has happy chords but it's not a happy song, it's a sad song."
Before Festival: Bob notes that when he was writing the first Bobby & the Midnites album, he saw Indiana Jones and worked up a new song with the band. After they played it on a double bill with Jerry Garcia Band, Jerry asked, "Where the hell did that come from?" It came from the bazaar scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark, Bob told him....
Before Dark Star: "Started this the other night. Second verse but it'll take me a little while to get there."