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Alameda County Coliseum - July 23, 1977

  • The Song Remains The Same, (The Rover intro) Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Over the Hills and Far Away, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore, Going to California, Black Country Woman, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, Trampled Underfoot, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, Jimmy Page solo, Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta Love ~ Rock and Roll, Black Dog.
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July 23, 1977
Oakland
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Setlist: 

The Song Remains The Same, (The Rover intro) Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Over the Hills and Far Away, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore, Going to California, Black Country Woman, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, Trampled Underfoot, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, Jimmy Page solo, Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta Love ~ Rock and Roll, Black Dog.

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77 programme

Click here to view the US '77 Tour Programme (flipbook)

News Report: Zeppelin Soars to New Heights

“It feels great to be back”, a self-assured Robert Plant addressed the Saturday “Day On the Green” sellout crowd at the Oakland Coliseum. “I must personally apologize for the two-year delay.”

The lead singer and resident sex symbol of Led Zeppelin was alluding to a 1975 automobile accident he suffered which prevented the British hard-rock combo from fulfilling extensive tour obligations that year.

Their long absence from the Bay Area prompted a sellout within five hours after tickets went on sale earlier this month – a feat not uncommon to any affair involving Led Zeppelin.

The four man congregation which many critics fancy as the embodiment of heavy metal rock, had just finished bludgeoning the packed house of 54,000 with the thunderous power-chording of “Sick Again”, a relatively subdued piece from the 1975 double-album, “Physical Graffiti”.

Those in attendance at the Bill Graham-promoted Days on the Green last weekend were treated to vintage Led Zeppelin.

Providing a musical counterpoint to Plant’s shrieking and teasingly androgynous posturing, Jimmy Page’s sledge-hammer guitar style led Zeppelin through many of their classics, including: Nobody’s Fault But Mine, Since I’ve Been Loving You, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore and Trampled Underfoot.

But the musical highlight for many of the sun-drenched crowd that paid $11.50 per ticket came during the extended jams. All the Zeppelin touches were there – Page coaxing eerie sounds out of his axe using an array of electronic devices, and at one point using a violin bow on his strings; John Bonham rifling popgun drum rolls; bassist John Paul Jones looking unperturbed and confident behind the overt sexuality of Plant’s pelvic thrusts. The crowd ate it up. (G. Estrada, Oakland Tribune, July 1977)

 

Notes: 
77 programme

Click here to view the US '77 Tour Programme (flipbook)

News Report: Zeppelin Soars to New Heights

“It feels great to be back”, a self-assured Robert Plant addressed the Saturday “Day On the Green” sellout crowd at the Oakland Coliseum. “I must personally apologize for the two-year delay.”

The lead singer and resident sex symbol of Led Zeppelin was alluding to a 1975 automobile accident he suffered which prevented the British hard-rock combo from fulfilling extensive tour obligations that year.

Their long absence from the Bay Area prompted a sellout within five hours after tickets went on sale earlier this month – a feat not uncommon to any affair involving Led Zeppelin.

The four man congregation which many critics fancy as the embodiment of heavy metal rock, had just finished bludgeoning the packed house of 54,000 with the thunderous power-chording of “Sick Again”, a relatively subdued piece from the 1975 double-album, “Physical Graffiti”.

Those in attendance at the Bill Graham-promoted Days on the Green last weekend were treated to vintage Led Zeppelin.

Providing a musical counterpoint to Plant’s shrieking and teasingly androgynous posturing, Jimmy Page’s sledge-hammer guitar style led Zeppelin through many of their classics, including: Nobody’s Fault But Mine, Since I’ve Been Loving You, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore and Trampled Underfoot.

But the musical highlight for many of the sun-drenched crowd that paid $11.50 per ticket came during the extended jams. All the Zeppelin touches were there – Page coaxing eerie sounds out of his axe using an array of electronic devices, and at one point using a violin bow on his strings; John Bonham rifling popgun drum rolls; bassist John Paul Jones looking unperturbed and confident behind the overt sexuality of Plant’s pelvic thrusts. The crowd ate it up. (G. Estrada, Oakland Tribune, July 1977)

 

Setlists: 

The Song Remains The Same, (The Rover intro) Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Over the Hills and Far Away, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore, Going to California, Black Country Woman, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, Trampled Underfoot, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, Jimmy Page solo, Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta Love ~ Rock and Roll, Black Dog.

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David G's picture

I was at this concert. What a trip...first of all there was a mad dash to get into the coliseum...people got crushed but not too bad. I remember this being a great lineup.....Judas priest (I had never heard of them) they just rippped the place apart, Rick derringer was awesome as usual...I believe his live album had come out already.

As for zep....I always believe that pagey was smacked out for the concert and was not so great. The concert was okay for zep but it was pretty staid...nothing great like the early zep concerts I saw. It was good to see them that day....I had a chance to see them the next day but I was so coked and stoned out from the previous day I turned my friend down...too bad as it was really the last zep concert in the states.

NameMichael Anderson Boggy 's picture

My Favorite Band -Niceville Fl.

GR56's picture

Best date I ever had...LZ wasn't half bad either...

Kevin Derr's picture

Wow, what an expierence. Getting in line in the middle of the night. Near riot on Hegenberger Road in the morning when the police busted someone. Beer bottles flying, my 16 year old eyes wide open at the scenes. Remember the guy with the sign advertising what he was selling, wasn't long and he was in handcuffs to. But what a show. Judas Priest picked a bad time to open for diehard Zep fans. All I remember is a sea of middle fingers in the air. Derring was good, but no doubt everyone was there to see Zeppelin. Great show, one that I will never forget.

Karen K Kennedy's picture

I had just graduated from high school and was so excited to be able to go see my favorite band! Of course it was the best concert i had been too. and since that time i have been able to see them 3 more times when they came to the bay area

cathy's picture

Hey my name is Cathy and i am from vallejo calif. I was only 15 at the time of day on the green and my parents would not let me go saying i was too young. My friends and i bought tickets to show and snuck out of the house at 3 in the mouring we hitch hiked from redwood st exit in Vallejo and we all got picked up by a big rig tomato truck driver and my god we had a blast got there around 3:30 and hung out in line. By this time the cycle fence was tore down and everyone was stoned. Pretty good for my first concert, i will never forget that day my friend tom who has passed on at the age of 18 years was with me and for this it will always be special, i still have the tee shirt, i am 46 years young and still love led zepp and robert plant, i just have seen three shows with alison, some good stuff he is putting out. always outside the box. my boys love them to.

CRAZY JIM's picture

I FIRST SAW THE ZEP AT THE ATLANTA POP 1969. I LAST THEM IN OAKLAND TWO DAYS IN 1977. I WENT WITH CLOVER FROM BERKLEY AND NUTMEG HER GIRLFRIEND AND I BROUGHT ANOTHER GIRL WITH ME FROM LAKE TAHOE ( I TOLD HER I WAS IN LOVE WITH CLOVER (LITA LAWSON) THE FOUR OF US SNORTED COCAINE AND SMOKED OPIUM FROM LEB.ANON. I WAS BACKSTAGE IN CHICAGO AROUND THE 4TH OF JULY AND THE CROWD STARTED SHOOTING POP BOTTLE ROCKETS AT THE STAGE ALOST LIKE A RIOT. I MET ROBERT PLANT AT THE DEJA VU NIGHTCLUB IN NEW ORLEANS I SAT AT THE BAR AND TALKED TO ROBERT FOR ABOUT 20 MINUTES. I ASK HIM IF HE WANTED SOME OF THE FRESH MUSHROOMS I PICKED IN HAMMOND, LA. HE NO NOT ON TOUR BUT HE WAS GOING TO TAKE A BREAK IN AUSTRALIA AND DO SOME THERE. I GAVE HIM SOME OF MY SCRIBBLINGS ROLLED IN A HEADREST COVER I STOLE OFF THE TRAIN IN FLORIDA " THE SUNSHINE EXPRESS". JIMMY WAS UPSTAIRS PLAYING VIDIO GAMES. THEY WERE STAYING AT THE ROYAL SONESTA HOTEL ON BOURBON STREET. I TOOK 4 BIG MUSHROOMS AND GAVE MY FRIEND 3. I WAS IN HEAVON THAT NIGHT. I SAW THE ZEP IN BERKLEY IN 1971, I WAS LIVING IN SAN FRANCISCO AT THE TIME, OUT BY THE COW PALACE. I HOPE CLOVER READS THIS WAS WOMAN I LOVED THE MOST IN ALL THE WORLD. I SAW ROBERT IN OKLAHOMA CITY WHEN HE WAS SOLO AND I MET JASON LATTER AT BRICKTOWN BREWERY ON A DIFFERANT IN OKLAHOMA CITY. I WAS AT WINTERLAND IN SAN FRANCISCO TO SEE BAD COMPANY ON TOUR. I HAD SEEN THE EARLIER WHEN THEY WERE THE WARM-UP FOR JO JO GUN THEY BLEW THEM AWAY FIRST BEFORE JO JO PLAY PLAYEDTHEIR SET

randy's picture

I had the full attention of the forty thousand + crowd because i was on the third level where i guess no one was supposed to be and i had my back to the stage looking into the parking lot when i heard the crowd getting really loud. so when i turned around everybody was facing me trying to get my attention. so i guess robert plant got everyone to yell at me until i turned around so my brother and friends came up to get me down. it is something special to remember that day and the attention that i got from the mighty LED ZEPPELIN.

Gary Watkins's picture

July 23, 1977 oakland collisium was my first concert and the last visit zep would ever make to the U.S. I remember feeling that day like this was some kind of biblical scale of a moment and in it's wake over the next two days brought forth the passing of Karac Plant and one of my very own family members. We can never completely appreciate what our family really means to us ultil after they are gone but never the less that day was in eyes of a forever thirteen year old needless to say "SO VERY BITCHIN " Sincerly Gary Watkins

Tim Stewart's picture

People at the Kezar show were so mellow but by this time things were a bunch tougher. People would rip your weed off or steal your bottle. Yeah, a great show though. I was out side in the parking lot hoping to get a ticket and scalpers were selling them for 20-30$ at first ($11.50 original price and that was hefty). Just as the first warm up band some new group called Judas Priest came on prices fell to 5$ so as a friend of mine came up to me with one he bought for $5 another guy out of the blue hands me one for free. Thank you whoever you were. My friend sold his 5$ tic for 5$ and we went in, JP was not well received and there were boos galore. I hear Rick Darringer played but I think I was too "tired" and went up to the upper most rim of the Coliseum to gander at the 'view'. Zeppelin was great. It was the last US tour we got, lots of strife afterwards, accusations flied about assaults, band members had deaths in the family, I had to get a real job and a sane girlfriend......That was the time of our lives though, loved the beach ball, thai sticks and ever flowing booze.

Todd from south sac's picture

What a experience!! we spent the night before they went on sale at Tower records on Watt. I bought ten tickets and sold them to my friends and we went down in Scott Tacoggi's motor home with a keg and whatever else. We ended up parked right across the street from the main gate the night before, what a party. as soon as they open it it was down pretty much. My best friend James who died 2 years later and I went to Rock Med's entrance gate. we were tiring to find a friend of his brother that volunteered for them. was told to talk him to get in early, but no luck. we did manage to get in that way. we ended up going and finding a seat and sitting and waiting. then a security guard came asked us who we were we told him we were with Rock Med and guess what he took us right to the guy we were tiring to find but since we got caught he had to kick us out. we knew we should of grabbed a couple of the medical staff shirts.
we did end up 20 or so feet from the center stage. we could see everything on stage.
Looking back now, we weren't and I don't think most of us weren't ready for Judas Priest who go booed 30 minutes in but that was their set by then.
Then came Rick Derringer who rocked the house!! then what we waited forever it seemed then they finally came out and for me personally was everything I thought they would be
I hope I can add to this later if not maybe I'll write the other half in another comment so Glad I have some pictures from it just wish I had a better camera Peace

Gabrielle 's picture

Went with my boyfriend when we were 16, with his older brother Jason and his girlfriend Terry, it was a long wait for Zep to appear, like 3 or 4 hours...we also booed Judas Priest, and remember that some sort of personal tragedy to a band member had occured and was amazed and grateful that they actually took the stage. I thought it was an abbreviated set, but remember a beautiful girl dancing on stage to...? I also remember that "No Quarter" was dedicated to Bill Graham for making them perform in the wake of....thought it had to do John Bonhams or John Paul Jones son....reagrdless, the best of my concert memories, wishing I had kept the stub, or program! Here is to the memories and still relevent music!

S Walker's picture

What a concert...I remember how hot it was that day, everyone frisked at the gate, but once in, what a party. LZ was about 2 hours late, which just enabled all of us to just get even higher. Instead of vendors selling food in the aisles, you had young people selling very type of drug available...people we just firing up and passing it along the row, waiting for another to arrive. No violence, just about 70K people all listening to great music and having one big huge party. A few days later R. Plant had a personal tragedy, and cancelled the remander of the US tour. Really miss those days, great groove and fun to be in SF in that period of time. Thanks to the band for the memories if a lifetime.

Al Moran's picture

This was the last time i got to see John Bonham play in America did see him at Knebworth 79 and Manhiem 80 but this was his last gig I would see in the U.S.A. . I had duty onboard my Ship the next Day so
could not make the 24th show would have Loved it if I could have.
I really loved this show the stage was cool as heck. I had seen the real Stonehenge back in 75 but it was more colorful and Led Zeppelin was playing there.Judas Priest was allright Derringer was good but it was all about the Zep. a really good show another one that I dont have the boot for have the one from the 24th but not the 23rd.Achilles would be my highest point of many super highs. just a fantastic show on a lovley spot on a glorious day in Rock history.Hot Women in scimpy clothes.I paid a scalper for my Golden ticket but the $50 was really worth it and now for the drive back to Long Beach
next stop Knebworth 4 August 79.

Brian's picture

I had just turned 16 on the 4th of July and bought my ticket from the Navy Exchange ticket outlet for $ 11.50 the tickets and advertising was for Rick Derringer and Led Zeppelin. the scene in the parking lot was unreal. people with cardboard signs stating what they were selling. everything was available and people were messed up, passed out lying in their puke and you name it, it was going on hours before they opened the gates for the mad rush to the green. once inside it was a huge party.the Stonehenge back drop and the Zeppelin that was raised behind the stage when Zeppelin came on was far out man. i just got goose bumps as i typed that.me and my buddy were 20 yards front and center of the stage when Bill Graham came out to intro Judas Priest saying it was their first American concert the crowd was pissed. we didn't know who they were. the crowd was asking each other who did he say,Judas what ? Priest who ? we were pissed and giving the finger to Bill Graham while yelling angrily. but when JP came out they rocked big time and earned 3 encores ! they were on fire and we rewarded them for it. Derringer comes out and gives JP a good compliment and then he and his band rock. Derringer and the rhythm guitarist were throwing their guitars back and forth pretty high and far apart. Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo lit the crowd up. then the dreaded 4 hour wait was brutal. people were dropping like flies passed out. Bill Graham made numerous announcements to get anybody out of it, to the first and third base dugouts to the red cross volunteers. the volunteers were also cruising the green looking for people too partied out. when Led Zep finally took the stage they pulled up bar stools for an acoustic set that pissed us off. people were yelling stuff like whats this we wait 4 hours for this,give me my money back and all sorts of angry comments. Plant realizes the crowd is not happy and gets off the stool and says you wanna rock we're gonna rock your ass off and they did big big time. Jimmy was really messed up but pretty much caught fire and ripped it other than a solo he got lost on. i have an original poster from that day and man o man i will never forget that day.

Matt Roberts's picture

Mr. John Henry Bonham; On this 30th year anniversary of your most unfortunate passing, we music fan's miss you now more than ever !!! You were & always will be the Greatest Rock n' Roll Drummer that ever Lived !!! Your son Jason reminds me so much of you,it's not funny. The December press release from your Band mate's (1980) pretty much summed up what we ALL knew this day 30 years ago :" We can not continue as we were". 5/31/48 - 9/25/80. Those whom the God's Love grow young !!! Rest In Peace Mr. John Bonham, you were the Best that ever was !!!! I'm SO Proud to share my Birthday with you - I will Always raise a glass to you EVERY May 31st, just as I do on this Day !!!!

Steve-O's picture

I had scored 4 tickets, not an easy task back then when the concert sold out in about 5 hours and before computers. Was a really hot day, me and a buddy, James took our dates. What a concert, staff were checking everyone at the gate for party supplies, but did not do any good. We sat up from the stage, and they played late. Did not matter, people were walking up and down the aisles selling party supplies, and back then, you just shared everything and passed it on...lots of good times, no violence...it was just about partying and listening to the greatest rock & roll band in the world...very special memories and will fondly remember everything that day brought and we enjoyed. Thank you to the boys in the band, the memories last a lifetime!

Christer Ekström's picture

Visited that partulicar concert, Judas Priest, Rick Derringer and LZ.
Visitation att the entrance, had a sixpack of Coors, forbidden, then at the arena everybody asked us "Do you want a joint?" double moral in a swedish way at looking at things...

Randal S's picture

I was there (Judas' Priest was their intro group?!?); I remember Jimmy Page smoking Thai stick after Thai stick (rolling them in Esmeralda papers) and drinking (I don't know how many) Heineken's! I remember thinking, "how can anybody consume that much and still play so well?" It was fantastic! Was and always have been (and will be) a big Zeppelin fan!

Matt Roberts's picture

I was just 15 and ZEP was my fovorite band ever,still is ! Unfortunatly,it was also one of their most infamous gig's. They took several hours between Derringer & when they hit the stage. The stage set-up was a big STONEHENGE. I'd never seen anything like it. When ZEP opened up with "SONG" a huge black zeppelin rose above stonehenge. What a specticle,the music,the PRESENCE ! Me & my bud's with our rock n' roll god's,doobie's,whiskey in a boda bag,hot girl's everywhere - we were all in heaven. My greatest privilege that day was that it was the ONLY(regretably) chance I got to see John Bonham play Live. We share the same birthday. I've always been proud of that. I've since seen all the ZEP'S play live on dozen's of occassion's,individually & collectivly(Page/Plant'95). I've seen all the great's multiple times: WHO,BEATLES,FLOYD,STONES,UFO,THIN LIZZY,AEROSMITH,J.GEILS,BAD-CO. ! I cherish my ticket stub from this gig. I wish my musical muse god speed. They couldn't hope to have a better man on the drum kit than the great Jason Bonham. I've seen him 3 times (once with Jimmy,& twice with UFO). This show next month should be even better than Knebworth '79. They're all more content,accomplished,healthy,& yearning for that old magic,that spark. We can only hope for the best : LED ZEPPELIN over America in 2008 ! Merry Christmas !

Jay Holloway's picture

I remember a huge beach ball floating around and people were grabbing it and signing it , our group did the same. After signing it myself I let the air out of it and stuck it in my back pocket.Then a guy came up to me and offered me some weed for it,he said it was for his kid. I didn't have any so I gave it to him and proceeded to get stoned. I wish I would have kept the ball.

Kathy's picture

I was 17, life was good! Great concert....Wes and Kathy forever!!

Jody Gietl's picture

Took a group of great friends to see the greatest rock band ever! We were were about 20 feet from the stage - had to get up real early for that one...

Mary Tierney's picture

Was at the Oakland CA concert when I was 14. My first concert. 90,000 people. What a way to start off a life of rock and roll

Mary
Boston MA

Kevin Ponthier's picture

Aside from being out of my mind at this show it proved to be Zep's last real show in the US. Following this one Bonham, Grant and Binsford beat the living crap out of one of Bill Graham's staff casting a pall on Sunday's show...they barely got out of jail in time and were in no mood to play.

Argenteum Astrum's picture

The second to last gig ever in the States. "Good afternoon. So this is what they call daylight!" Plant joked. This is a very strong show with some really great highlights like the numbers leading up to No Quarter. Ten Years Gone is ruined in the middle by Jimmy, but the section of the show afterwards is really quite good including a brutal Achilles Last Stand with some nice rhythmic change ups by Jones and Bonham. A very rare for 1977 Black Dog closes the show as a second encore. It was after this show that Bonham, Peter Grant, and members of the road crew were accused for beating a member of Bill Graham's staff.

cathy's picture

I remember that everyone was hitting it. It lasted for awhile and i too signed that ball, i also remember that i think that was the day that Robert Plant son had passed, so i heard and all the problems With Bill Graham, i seemed it took for ever for them to come on stage, but boy when they did they rocked and rocked hard, i tried really hard to go the london show, my nephew at the time had been in london away at college so it would of been perfect place to stay. One day i will seem hopefully soon. They need to tour again i wish they could realize how much they are loved by all.

stan  wildmon's picture

hay i went to this concert. with four of my friends. i was going to take my girl but she pissied me off . so i left her at home.i still have the ticket-the hole ticket. i to was 16, and running wild and having a blast

John Roesli's picture

Attended this show, only second concert I had ever seen.  WIll never 

forget when they started the sound check on John Bonhams drums, holy

guacamole it was like a cannon went off...fan for life, what a great band.

 

 

Perry's picture

Wow! Do I still remeber this my first concert and boy was it major league to be there and see the mighty Zep was sureal I swear.

The place was beyond packed I remember when everyone kept yelling "Stairway, Stairway" Robert would tease the crowd by putting his hand to his ear as if he could not hear everyone screaming for the band to play the ultimate rock icon song.

Just unreal there was Led Zepplin on the stage in front of me a 9th grade kid playing the ultimate rock classi(s)

Perry~

Daniel Lars's picture

Was suppose to see Led Zeppelin at The Cow Palace in San Francisco... back in '75, when it was cancelled due to Robert Plant's severe car accident that happened in Greece, that same year. The July 23rd 1977 event...was my first Day on the Green and Led Zeppelin concert experience. Was glad I made it to the front area of the stage, prior to Judas Priest starting the gig, that day. Rick Derringer and his band, really rocked out the entire corwd, getting Led Zeppelin pumped and ready to come out to perform their set. The crowd in the front stage area was going completely nuts when Led Zeppelin first came out on stage...during their first couple of songs, before they started to finally calm down, get really into the music and moment. My brother was backstage at the July 24th concert, which there was quite an extended long delay, before Led Zeppelin came out on stage that day. The '70s was quite a magical and remarkable time to see concerts, in the San Francisco Bay Area. Cheers for the priceless memories! 

gary watkins's picture

This day in history, was my first concert i'd ever been to. My older brother was to take me in the family vw bus. I must say that I really had an almost eerie feeling that this was no ordinary day, even for rock n roll. our waiting intermission more than an hour left me with fears that a chronic bit of bad luck i'd been having was about to present us with some bad news of a last minute cancellation. Then all of a sudden, as the croud thundered, out walked our band. with this show lasting just under four hours of timeless experience, it would take me a life time to try to process what i'd seen. Like no other concert since, I've now come to realize just how biblically proportional this event really was. you have four guys on an ordinary day on the job, who will walk you thruogh some art work that they'de been working on. but the mastermind "PAGE" would take, not just one or even two,but actually three different extended chapters of this epic show to excuse the other three mates from the stage so that he could sit and just whitle alittle on his guitar, giving us a chance to know him on a singular player level. Almost as if he were saying let's you and I just hang for a while and get to know each other alittle better. He did this three different times, each lasting a half an hour or so. This was not just a day with Led Zeppelin but also a day with the creator himself. And during those periods, he would do some magical creating, right before our very eyes and ears. Acoustic, dan electric, violin bowing and even a mysterical theriman which he commanded through thin air. All of these done in alternate tunings on the guitars so we weren't about to run home and try this cause it would'nt work out. The surprise enterance to kasmier was what would ultimately led me down many years later to the revelation of what that song was really about: "THE BOOK OF REVELATION" as the trumpets sound. You don't under stand half of what you here until 20 years later when you acually read the book of revelation. Who on that day knew that 68,000 young and old pot smokers would sit so peacefully and be peached to by a 26 year old stary eyed profit. looking back on it know makes me realize that we are significant to the universe and that what choose can and will create the past. Oh to have acually lived as a creator.           Thank you Jimmy

gary watkins's picture

happy 40th to all of us lucky ones. the rest of the world will never know.

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my first concert by gary watkins (not verified)
My first Day on the Green concert experience by Daniel Lars (not verified)
What A Great Show- What Great Memories! by Perry (not verified)
A I have never forgotten by John Roesli (not verified)
Best date I ever had...LZ by GR56 (not verified)
1969-1977 by CRAZY JIM (not verified)
Oakland - Day On the Green by Kevin Ponthier (not verified)
Sat July 23 my first concert by Todd from south sac (not verified)
Zepp Day on the Green 1977 by Steve-O (not verified)
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