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Deadheads may disagree on which Grateful Dead concert was their best ever, but no one would argue that their performance at Englishtown on Sept. 3, 1977, was something special.For Jim Daley, who saw the band for the first time on that date, it was a life-changing experience that he looks back on with fondness more than forty years later. Like many others, he does n’t remember much about that day … but he sure does remember the music.In this tribute to the band he loves so much, the author commemorates the landmark concert by sharing memories from those who were there.Together, the tapestry of recollections reveals a detailed picture of what that day was like, and why it was a defining moment for the band.Some people remember the day quite vividly, while others are a little foggy on details. For most people, however, the music is at the forefront of their recollections.Discover what it was really like on that hot, humid day at Raceway Park in Old Bridge,New Jersey, and how – at least for the day – the Grateful Dead got everything “Just exactly perfect”.

Deadheads may disagree on which Grateful Dead concert was their best ever, but no one would argue that their performance at Englishtown on Sept. 3, 1977, was something special.For Jim Daley, who saw the band for the first time on that date, it was a life-changing experience that he looks back on with fondness more than forty years later. Like many others, he does n’t remember much about that day … but he sure does remember the music.In this tribute to the band he loves so much, the author commemorates the landmark concert by sharing memories from those who were there.Together, the tapestry of recollections reveals a detailed picture of what that day was like, and why it was a defining moment for the band.Some people remember the day quite vividly, while others are a little foggy on details. For most people, however, the music is at the forefront of their recollections.Discover what it was really like on that hot, humid day at Raceway Park in Old Bridge,New Jersey, and how – at least for the day – the Grateful Dead got everything “Just exactly perfect”.


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