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Tracklist

1Deal7:50
2Brown Eyed Woman6:20
3Jack Straw8:10
4New Minglewood Blues5:00
5El Paso5:40
6Lazy Lightning / Supplication6:10
7They Love Each Other8:00
8Loser 8:50

Notes

Live at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 8 May 1977.

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Grateful Dead - Dead In Cornell (Part 1) mp3

Performer: Grateful Dead

Title: Dead In Cornell (Part 1)

Country: Germany

Release date: 1991

Label: Silver Rarities

Style: Psychedelic Rock, Folk Rock, Country Rock

Catalog: SIRA 19

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1643 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 521

Record source: CD, Unofficial Release

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