The third set opens with two Grateful Dead debuts; "Train to Cry" and "That's Alright Mama," and neither song would preformed again by the Dead for next 18 and 13 years respectively. Both songs though were songs that Jerry Garcia preformed for years with his solo projects. "Train to Cry" sounds like the Dead preforming it, but "That's Alright Mama" is when the Allman's flavor starts taking over. The Dickie Betts solo transforms "That's Alright" into "Jessica" and then "Blue Sky." Each of the four guitarist has their own distinct tone. Each one is great. The "Promised" is a bit slower and not as potent as the normal, but it has a little more flare. The "Not Fade/Going Down The Road" is fantastic, energetic and electric. Sizzling solos and soaring vocals make this a stand out version among the plethora version of the combo. The "Johnny B Goode" might as well have lit the stage on fire because no one else could have managed to provide the heat that these band provided on this night.
I: Dew, BIODTL, Ramble, Straw, Wave That Flag, LLRain, Box, TLEO, Race is On, Row Jimmy, El Paso, Bird Song, Playin'
II: Eyes, Stella, Big River, HC Sunshine, Around, Dark Star, He's Gone, Wharf Rat, Truckin', Sugar Mags
III: Train to Cry, That's Alright Mama, Promised, NFA, GDTRFB, Drums, NFA, JBG
*The Third Set with the Allman Brothers Band