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The Grateful Dead San Francisco Live 1972

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El Paso (Live)
4:34
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Good Lovin (Live)
14:46  
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I Know You Rider (Live)
9:56
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Casey Jones (Live)
4:25
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Bird Song (Live)
5:36
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Sugar Magnolia (Live)
4:42
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Ain't It Crazy (The Rub)[Live]
4:35
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Playing in the Band (Live)
4:19
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Ripple (Live)
4:15
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Uncle John's Band (Live)
5:42
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Me & Bobby Mcgee (Live)
5:03
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I'm a King Bee (Live)
7:11
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Bertha (Live)
3:32
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 78:36

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