Grateful Dead – Cambodian Refugee Benefit (CD)
Grateful Dead Featuring Carlos Santana – Cambodian Refugee Benefit Oakland Coliseum 1/13/80
Label: Spider Records – SPIDER 11
Format: CD, Album, Unofficial Release
 Franklin’s Tower (Garcia / Kreutzmann / Hunter) [11:48]
 New Minglewood Blues (Trad.; arr. Weir) [7:13]
 Tennessee Jed (Garcia / Hunter) [8:20]
 Looks Like Rain (Weir / Barlow) [7:14]
 Don’t Ease Me In (Trad.; arr. Garcia / Lesh / Weir) [3:41]
 Playing In The Band (Hunter / Weir) [13:16]
 Drum Solo (Hunter / Weir) [4:43]
 Jam (Hunter / Weir) [5:10]
 Not Fade Away (Holly / Petty) [9:32]
 Sugar Magnolia (Hunter / Weir) [4:52] >> feat. Carlos Santana
Live at Oakland Coliseum Arena January 13, 1980.
Reviews: (Amazon collected) This is only a short gig as their performance was part of a larger benefit gig but it’s a cracking set brilliantly performed. the best recording pf Phil Lesh’s bass that I ever heard.
Front of insert has the correct date – 1980-01-13. Back of insert and tray have 1980-01-03. There was no GD concert on that date. NFA and Sugar Magnolia have Carlos Santana and John Cippolina joining in. Carlos Santana appears on tracks 9 and 10
Also released on another label with a different cover in 2015. This one is the more rare.
CD and Inlay in very good condition.