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PostPosted: Fri Apr 23, 2010 10:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vladsmythe wrote:
Nice call! Also very interesting that they played Nashville twice in 1978...this one is off the hook!

Grateful Dead
12/16/78
Nashville Municipal Auditorium
Nashville, TN

Taper Name: Robert Wagner
Source: AUD(Nak 300ís>Sony TC-158)>MC>DAT>CDR
Conversion: EAC(secure)>CD WAV>Cool Edit Pro>SHN(seekable)

SET 1
CD 1 {78:42.34}
01. Sugaree {15:03.46}
02. Beat It On Down The Line {4:42.73}
03. Candyman {9:32.54}
04. Me And My Uncle-> {2:57.66}
05. Big River {6:47.16}
06. Stagger Lee {8:05.64}
07. Looks Like Rain {10:14.49}
08. Tennessee Jed {12:07.34}
09. Lazy Lightnin'-> {3:23.36}
10. Supplication {5:46.46}

SET 2
CD 2 {68:41.44}
01. Scarlet Begonias-> {10:42.09}
02. Fire On The Mountain {11:50.15}
03. Samson And Delilah {9:01.30}
04. From The Heart Of Me {5:52.68}
05. He's Gone-> {16:13.74}
06. Drums-> {15:00.73}

SET 2 Cont.
CD 3 {39:48.21}
01. The Other One-> {14:30.52}
02. Wharf Rat-> {11:18.52}
03. Around And Around {9:06.05}
ENCORE
04. One More Saturday Night {4:52.62}


That 12//16 show kicks so much ass. One of my favorite Scarlet>Fires ever. Sugaree... LL>Supp. Great stuff.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 23, 2010 4:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

4/23/83 New Haven. Jammed out 2nd set with MASSIVE versions of Scarlet>Fire and Other One (check out the "Space" which is really a long Other One jam.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 23, 2010 4:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i always try to listen to a dude recommendation if i am unfamiliar with the show especially
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 1:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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i always try to listen to a dude recommendation if i am unfamiliar with the show especially

This is a good policy.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 9:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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i always try to listen to a dude recommendation if i am unfamiliar with the show especially

This is a good policy.

I've suggested to Obama that it be made a federally legislated mandate. We tal;ked about it over a joint as we listened to 10/8/84

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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dylan&theded wrote:
i always try to listen to a dude recommendation if i am unfamiliar with the show especially

This is a good policy.

I've suggested to Obama that it be made a federally legislated mandate. We tal;ked about it over a joint as we listened to 10/8/84

Well, for him to do it it would have to involve spending, pay offs and earmarks... so... let's keep the LSP free!

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 11:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

04/24/72 - Rheinhalle - Dusseldorf, West Germany

Released as Rockin' the Rhein.

Check out, in particular, the explosive BIODTL smack in the middle of the 1st set. Those Rheinlanders never knew what hit them.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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04/24/72 - Rheinhalle - Dusseldorf, West Germany

Released as Rockin' the Rhein.

Check out, in particular, the explosive BIODTL smack in the middle of the 1st set. Those Rheinlanders never knew what hit them.

3 BIODTL references in 3 minutes...
It's almost like asking how many beats will start it... How many times will Z post about it... and of those, how many times can Kochman ignore it or downplay before he ends up on the meltdown thread again?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
Duderino wrote:
Kochman wrote:
dylan&theded wrote:
i always try to listen to a dude recommendation if i am unfamiliar with the show especially

This is a good policy.

I've suggested to Obama that it be made a federally legislated mandate. We tal;ked about it over a joint as we listened to 10/8/84

Well, for him to do it it would have to involve spending, pay offs and earmarks... so... let's keep the LSP free!

People, I am running on a respect the Duderino platform.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Duderino wrote:
4/23/83 New Haven. Jammed out 2nd set with MASSIVE versions of Scarlet>Fire and Other One (check out the "Space" which is really a long Other One jam.


another Scarlet>Fire from 83 that is a gem....great year for it...spring summer fall you pick and there's good S>F's


edit: just listened to the set 2 sbd from miller.............. Shocked didn't remember it being this hot MASSIVE S>F is right!! might jump ahead to being one of my favorites from 83 now and the Other One is smoking Cool
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And 4/23/84 has that sick UJB, doesn't it?
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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And 4/23/84 has that sick UJB, doesn't it?


just listened to it....very nice ujb


for today a nice little acoustic set:

Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Billy Kruetzman, Mickey Hart, John Kahn
Berkeley Community Theatre
Berkeley, CA
April 25, 1981

master cass > cass

Nak Dr-1 > Lynx2 Studio Interface at 32 bit float 88.2 kHz.

tape ran a hair fast, adjusted in Cubase4

Edited and Mastered by Jamie Waddell on the **GEMS** Edit Station
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MetaData with Tag and Rename TLH for FLAC Level 8 SBE FREE

-this is a matrix recording
-oso perfect
-thanks to an anonymous benefactor for this christmas treat

a *GEMS* Production Dec 2009

Acoustic Set

1 Deep Elem Blues
2 Dark Hollow
3 Jack-A-Roe
4 Monkey & The Engineer
5 Friend Of The Devil
6 El Paso
7 Babe It Ain't No Lie
8 On The Road Again

Encore
9 Oh Boy
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 10:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

April 25th Big List of Concerts Played Today

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4-25-69 Electric Factory
Hard to Handle
Doin' That Rag
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Morning Dew
Yellow dog story
Sitting on Top of the World
Turn On Your Love Light

4-25-71 Fillmore East
Set 1

Truckin'
Loser
Hard To Handle
Me And Bobby McGee
Cold Rain And Snow
The Rub
Playing In The Band
Friend Of The Devil
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
Casey Jones Workin' Man Blues
Portland Woman
Down In The Boondocks
Fair Chance To Know
Big Yellow Taxi
I Don't Know You
Dirty Business
Sailin'
Glendale Train
Lodi
Henry
Superman
Six Days On The Road
Last Lonely Eagle
Lochinvar
Louisiana Lady

Set 2

Morning Dew
Beat It On Down The Line
Next Time You See Me
Bertha
Sugar Magnolia
I Second That Emotion
Good Lovin'
Sing Me Back Home
I Dream Of Jeannie Tuning
Spanish Jam Tuning ->
Not Fade Away ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Not Fade Away

4-25-77

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Minglewood Blues, Deal, Mama Tried, They Love Each Other, Looks Like Rain, Peggy-O, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication, Ship of Fools, El Paso, Brown Eyed Women, The Music Never Stopped Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Samson & Delilah-> Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> Wharf Rat-> Playin' In The Band, E: U.S. Blues

4-25-83

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Set 1

Jack Straw
Friend Of The Devil
Little Red Rooster
Brown Eyed Women
Cassidy
Loser
My Brother Esau ->
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider

Set 2

Touch Of Grey
Playing In The Band ->
Terrapin Station ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Wheel ->
Playing In The Band ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Sugar Magnolia

Encore
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Jerry TDIH

Jerry Garcia Band
Sunday, Apr 25, 1982
The Stone, San Francisco, CA
Set 1 -
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Catfish John
Valerie
I Second That Emotion
Mississippi Moon
Tangled Up In Blue
Set 2 -
Harder They Come
Don't Let Go
Mystery Train
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down >
Dear Prudence >
Midnight Moonlight


Jerry Garcia Band
Saturday, Apr 25, 1992
Event Center Arena (San Jose State University), San Jose, CA

- Set 1 -
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Stop That Train
You Never Can Tell
He Ain't Give You None
Lay Down Sally
And It Stoned Me
My Sisters And Brothers
Deal
Set 2 -
Shining Star
Tore Up Over You
Struggling Man
The Maker
Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox
Midnight Moonlight

Encore
What A Wonderful World


Jerry Garcia Band
Sunday, Apr 25, 1993
The Warfield, San Francisco, CA

- Set 1 -
Cats Under The Stars
You Never Can Tell
Simple Twist Of Fate
Wonderful World
Think
Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox
My Sisters And Brothers
Deal
Set 2 -
Shining Star
The Maker
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Reuben And Cherise
Don't Let Go
Midnight Moonlight

Jerry Garcia Band
Monday, Apr 25, 1994
The Warfield, San Francisco, CA

- Set 1 -
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
They Love Each Other
Waiting For A Miracle
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox
My Sisters And Brothers
Deal
- Set 2 -
Harder They Come
Mission In The Rain
You Never Can Tell
Money Honey
Reuben And Cherise
Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
Midnight Moonlight
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That 4/25/83 show has it's moments. The existing sources kind of [CENSORED] (unless there is a SBD floating around). The Terrapin is butchered, but the post space is smoking with a cool, quasi classical jam between Wheel and Playin

Just listened to BIODTL from 5/2/70. Laughing

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5/7/78 - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Troy, NY(only visit)

Jack Straw
Dire Wolf
Mexicali Blues ->
Mama Tried
Tennessee Jed
It's All Over Now
Friend Of The Devil
Passenger
Brown Eyed Women
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2

Scarlet Begonias ->
Fire On The Mountain
Estimated Prophet ->
He's Gone ->
Drums ->
Iko Iko ->
The Other One ->
Black Peter ->
Around And Around

Encore
U.S. Blues

A 'Gopher' pick....this show used to be my PIN number Laughing

Groovy 'n rockin' versions of Jack Straw, FOTD(the best!), BEW, All Over Now, Jed, TMNS, Scarlet>Fire, Estimated and Peter.

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5/7/78 - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Troy, NY(only visit)

Jack Straw
Dire Wolf
Mexicali Blues ->
Mama Tried
Tennessee Jed
It's All Over Now
Friend Of The Devil
Passenger
Brown Eyed Women
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2

Scarlet Begonias ->
Fire On The Mountain
Estimated Prophet ->
He's Gone ->
Drums ->
Iko Iko ->
The Other One ->
Black Peter ->
Around And Around

Encore
U.S. Blues

A 'Gopher' pick....this show used to be my PIN number Laughing

Groovy 'n rockin' versions of Jack Straw, FOTD(the best!), BEW, All Over Now, Jed, TMNS, Scarlet>Fire, Estimated and Peter.


Nice show. Saw a great Neil & Loco Horse gig here back in H.S. daze.

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PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2010 10:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cuing up C Miller's big upgrade of 5/13/73 today.

Partial Set 2

He's Gone ->
Truckin' ->
Phil And Billy ->
The Other One ->
Eyes Of The World ->
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Listening to 5/13/79 Cumberland County right now.
This show is like an improved version of 5/9/79 Broome County!
-Both have Sugaree and J. Straw bookending Set 1 (similar in quality), and He's Gone>Truckin>Drums>Wharf Rat.
Skipped a portion of Set I - Scarlet is cruising along right now. The 18 minute Truckin looks like a monster Truckin>Nobody's Jam>Truckin Reprise>Space Shocked


Sugaree [15:04] ; Mama Tried [2:30] > Mexicali Blues [4:19] ; Jack-A-Roe [4:34] ; It's All Over Now [8:24] ; Candyman [6:48] ; El Paso [4:15] ; Row Jimmy [10:48] ; Jack Straw [6:39]
Two Scarlet Begonias [12:09] > Fire On The Mountain [10:12] ; Estimated Prophet [12:11] > He's Gone [11:25] > Truckin' (1) [18:25] > Drums [9:#30] > Space [3:33] > Wharf Rat [10:19] > Around And Around [7:36]
Encore U.S. Blues [5:29]
Comments (1) brief Nobody's Fault jam begins at 8:19

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Duderino wrote:
Listening to 5/13/79 Cumberland County right now.
This show is like an improved version of 5/9/79 Broome County!
-Both have Sugaree and J. Straw bookending Set 1 (similar in quality), and He's Gone>Truckin>Drums>Wharf Rat.
Skipped a portion of Set I - Scarlet is cruising along right now. The 18 minute Truckin looks like a monster Truckin>Nobody's Jam>Truckin Reprise>Space Shocked


Sugaree [15:04] ; Mama Tried [2:30] > Mexicali Blues [4:19] ; Jack-A-Roe [4:34] ; It's All Over Now [8:24] ; Candyman [6:48] ; El Paso [4:15] ; Row Jimmy [10:48] ; Jack Straw [6:39]
Two Scarlet Begonias [12:09] > Fire On The Mountain [10:12] ; Estimated Prophet [12:11] > He's Gone [11:25] > Truckin' (1) [18:25] > Drums [9:#30] > Space [3:33] > Wharf Rat [10:19] > Around And Around [7:36]
Encore U.S. Blues [5:29]
Comments (1) brief Nobody's Fault jam begins at 8:19


Okay, you got me. This one's next! Cool
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snow_and_rain wrote:
Cuing up C Miller's big upgrade of 5/13/73 today.


Nice one.

A compare/contrast of the 5/13, 5/20, and 5/26 shows might be an interesting project, since they all have the same basic jam (on paper, at least) ...
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nickJ wrote:
snow_and_rain wrote:
Cuing up C Miller's big upgrade of 5/13/73 today.


Nice one.

A compare/contrast of the 5/13, 5/20, and 5/26 shows might be an interesting project, since they all have the same basic jam (on paper, at least) ...


Quite a few of the early-mid 73 shows had that He's Gone.........China Doll jam. or at least TOO>Eyes>China Doll sequence. I wonder if people bitched about hearing it too much Laughing

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Duderino wrote:
Listening to 5/13/79 Cumberland County right now.
This show is like an improved version of 5/9/79 Broome County!
-Both have Sugaree and J. Straw bookending Set 1 (similar in quality), and He's Gone>Truckin>Drums>Wharf Rat.
Skipped a portion of Set I - Scarlet is cruising along right now. The 18 minute Truckin looks like a monster Truckin>Nobody's Jam>Truckin Reprise>Space Shocked


Sugaree [15:04] ; Mama Tried [2:30] > Mexicali Blues [4:19] ; Jack-A-Roe [4:34] ; It's All Over Now [8:24] ; Candyman [6:48] ; El Paso [4:15] ; Row Jimmy [10:48] ; Jack Straw [6:39]
Two Scarlet Begonias [12:09] > Fire On The Mountain [10:12] ; Estimated Prophet [12:11] > He's Gone [11:25] > Truckin' (1) [18:25] > Drums [9:#30] > Space [3:33] > Wharf Rat [10:19] > Around And Around [7:36]
Encore U.S. Blues [5:29]
Comments (1) brief Nobody's Fault jam begins at 8:19


One of my all time favorites!

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Duderino wrote:
nickJ wrote:
snow_and_rain wrote:
Cuing up C Miller's big upgrade of 5/13/73 today.


Nice one.

A compare/contrast of the 5/13, 5/20, and 5/26 shows might be an interesting project, since they all have the same basic jam (on paper, at least) ...


Quite a few of the early-mid 73 shows had that He's Gone.........China Doll jam. or at least TOO>Eyes>China Doll sequence. I wonder if people bitched about hearing it too much Laughing


No way! With all those wildly different Phil solos in the middle? Wink

I figured these three would be particularly interesting since they're three back-to-back weekend shows, all outdoors, all three-setters, and the only three shows they played that month. I think I'd go with 5/20's jam over the other two, but it's been a while since I've heard them all.
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A fine show, though maybe overlooked. The aud sounds really excellent. First set is a favorite of mine, pure mellow gold with everything sitting in just the right place (maybe they could've done without Roses following two other slow tunes), then slamming it out of the park with one of the best Let it Grows I've ever heard. Powerful stuff, but it's calmly exploratory and nicely nuanced in a way that most people don't associate with 78. Second set is equally solid, though I haven't heard it in a while -- I really enjoy this Eyes, though.


That being said, it's shaping up to be a Dark Star kind of day, so 5/14/74 may be waiting for me once I get home.
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http://www.archive.org/details/gd78-05-14.sony.vernon.7639.sbeok.shnf

A fine show, though maybe overlooked. The aud sounds really excellent. First set is a favorite of mine, pure mellow gold with everything sitting in just the right place (maybe they could've done without Roses following two other slow tunes), then slamming it out of the park with one of the best Let it Grows I've ever heard. Powerful stuff, but it's calmly exploratory and nicely nuanced in a way that most people don't associate with 78. Second set is equally solid, though I haven't heard it in a while -- I really enjoy this Eyes, though.


That being said, it's shaping up to be a Dark Star kind of day, so 5/14/74 may be waiting for me once I get home.


I love 5/14/78!!!! The jamming songs are very jammed out. 17 minute LIG, long Eyes and isn't NFA like 15 minutes too?? Sweet first set too I agree.

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Listened to 5/21/74 earlier. Been a long time. There is a fine AUD from Mr. Miller over at the archive. Some of the WOS auds are really terrific. I think they give the listener a better sense of what that fucker was capable of when it all worked right.
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Some unique jams today:

5/25/74: Truckin>jam>space>Let it Grow>Wharf Rat. The distinct jam after Truckin is in a minor key, kinda similar to a Playin jam, but the whole run is pretty hot.

5/25/72: UJB>Wharf Rat>Dark Star. Divine. Aside from the majesty of this DS, I particular enjoy the super smooth transitions. One of my favorite UJB's, too.

Plus there's a little show from 5/25/77 that's roused some interest around here. Smile
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5-26-72
5-26-73
5-26-77
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dylan&theded wrote:
5-26-72
5-26-73
5-26-77

Serious mojo surrounding this date! Just listening to Set II and Set III of 73 show. classic.
Also the 93 show has that hot Playin, and even the 95 show is good, for 95.

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the 73 show is my favorite, that's often the case.
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6-4-77 forum inglewood ca
Promised Land, Tennessee Jed, El Paso, Peggy-O, Jack Straw, Friend Of The Devil, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication, Candyman, Minglewood Blues, Brown Eyed Women, The Music Never Stopped Samson & Delilah, Ship of Fools, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Good Lovin', Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Franklin's Tower-> China Doll-> Not Fade Away-> Playin' In The Band, E: One More Saturday Night
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Many notable shows on this date (84 - Fantasy breakout, 85 Greek, 91 RFK, etc..)
Chose this one from 87, a show I always liked the look of for the "classic" song selection in Set 2, but never listened to. It is pretty smokin. High energy Bucket>Sugaree to open, rest of the set is solid.
S>F to open the 2nd set is solid, not super long, but again high energy and during the 2nd break in Fire, X factor is acheived. Listening to the Playin jam right now, pretty melty and twisty. A long (9:35) version for this era. So far this is a really enjoyable show.

Ventura County Fairgrounds 1987-06-14
Hell In A Bucket -> Sugaree Tons Of Steel Ramble On Rose Me And My Uncle -> Mexicali Blues Althea Feel Like A Stranger Might As Well
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain Playing In The Band -> Terrapin Station -> Drums -> Space -> Truckin' -> Wharf Rat -> Throwing Stones -> Not Fade Away Encore The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the flip side, I seem to recall 6/14/84 being an absolute bomb, unless I am messing up the dates here...
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On the flip side, I seem to recall 6/14/84 being an absolute bomb, unless I am messing up the dates here...

Yes, the overall show is not that memorable, other than the Mr. Fantasy breakout, which was pretty huge. The night before is better as I recall. I think Zeph was there right?
I would also like to check out the 80 Spokane show on this date. Post drums looks pretty cool

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06-21-84 Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple, Ontario, Canada (Thu)
1: Bucket, TLEO, C. C. Rider> Bird Song, BIODTL> Dupree's> L. L. Rain> Might As Well
2: Scarlet> Fire, Good Times, Samson> Terrapin> Drumz> Wheel> Throwing Stones> NFA E: New Orleans*, Big Boss Man*> Iko Iko*
*with The Band

Been awhile since i listened to this, put it on the ipod and got to drums at work today. Don't know about other sources but mine is an FM broadcast with O.K. sound. The Bird Song and Dupree's were nice. Jerry makes it rain during LLR, Bob's "I don't care what you're thinking, it looks like rain" made me laugh..thanks Bob....second set is what I really dig though, good 84 Scarlet> Fire, anybody know which source is the best ?
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06-21-84 Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple, Ontario, Canada (Thu)
1: Bucket, TLEO, C. C. Rider> Bird Song, BIODTL> Dupree's> L. L. Rain> Might As Well
2: Scarlet> Fire, Good Times, Samson> Terrapin> Drumz> Wheel> Throwing Stones> NFA E: New Orleans*, Big Boss Man*> Iko Iko*
*with The Band

Been awhile since i listened to this, put it on the ipod and got to drums at work today. Don't know about other sources but mine is an FM broadcast with O.K. sound. The Bird Song and Dupree's were nice. Jerry makes it rain during LLR, Bob's "I don't care what you're thinking, it looks like rain" made me laugh..thanks Bob....second set is what I really dig though, good 84 Scarlet> Fire, anybody know which source is the best ?

Great show with the interesting triple encore!
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chingsinkly wrote:
06-21-84 Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple, Ontario, Canada (Thu)
1: Bucket, TLEO, C. C. Rider> Bird Song, BIODTL> Dupree's> L. L. Rain> Might As Well
2: Scarlet> Fire, Good Times, Samson> Terrapin> Drumz> Wheel> Throwing Stones> NFA E: New Orleans*, Big Boss Man*> Iko Iko*
*with The Band

Been awhile since i listened to this, put it on the ipod and got to drums at work today. Don't know about other sources but mine is an FM broadcast with O.K. sound. The Bird Song and Dupree's were nice. Jerry makes it rain during LLR, Bob's "I don't care what you're thinking, it looks like rain" made me laugh..thanks Bob....second set is what I really dig though, good 84 Scarlet> Fire, anybody know which source is the best ?

Great show with the interesting triple encore!


I played the living crap out of this show after a friend taped the simulcast on WMMR. Solid first set, great second set and a killer triple encore. Also Kesey as the emcee is a trip. Great between the sets interview with Jerry from Eugene in 84...SNOOOORTTT!!!

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Just finished up 6/23/84 Harrisburg. OK show. I was there and it was fun, but nothing extraordinary. Jerry's timing is way off during the Peggy-O solo and there are a few hiccups throughout. Not the greatest show, but not as bad as some of the reviews on Archive portray it to be.
Highlights include BE Women, Big RR, TMNS, Est>Eyes, a soulful and intense Black Peter and a rockin GDTRFB>Sat Night.

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6/24/73 has a nice DS>Eyes, but the spotlight rightfully belongs to 1970 today.

"We have a little bit of technical preparation, Mickey has to get his gongs all together, we're gonna do Dark Star."

And the NFA>Easy Wind is still one of the best spontaneous transitions I've heard them do.
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6/24/73 has a nice DS>Eyes, but the spotlight rightfully belongs to 1970 today.

"We have a little bit of technical preparation, Mickey has to get his gongs all together, we're gonna do Dark Star."

And the NFA>Easy Wind is still one of the best spontaneous transitions I've heard them do.


Good call on the Portchester show. amazing stuff and a great AUD!

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6/24/83 - Madison, WI

Shakedown Street [13:50] ; Far From Me [4:15] ; Candyman [6:08] > Little Red Rooster [9:11] ; Brown Eyed Women [5:23] ; Mama Tried [2:42] > Mexicali Blues [5:17] ; Althea [8:23] ; Hell In A Bucket [5:32] ; Deal [9:15]

Help On The Way [3:15] > Slipknot! [5:38] > Franklin's Tower [15:23] ; Lost Sailor [7:23] > Saint Of Circumstance [7:41] > Jam (1) [2:15] > Drums > Space [12:59] > Truckin' [7:32] > Morning Dew [13:36] > Around And Around [3:47] > Johnny B. Goode [4:21]

One of my favorites from '83 - supreme audience recording.....pretty crazy they made the trip from Harrisburgh to Madison over-night Shocked

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25 years ago, one of the best shows of 85 and a KILLER 1st set...
streaming it at work and listened to the Big RR and J. Straw twice....
Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
6/25/85
Day Tripper ; West L.A. Fadeaway ; C C Rider ; Dire Wolf ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Row Jimmy ; Me And My Uncle > Big River ; Big Railroad Blues ; Jack Straw > Might As Well
Gimme Some Lovin' > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Playing In The Band > Drums > Space > The Wheel > Playing In The Band > China Doll > Sugar Magnolia
Encore Touch Of Grey


15 years ago was one of the worst shows I witnessed - 6/25/95.. ugh...

91 and 92 have worthy shows as well.

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07-04-81 Manor Downs, Austin, Tx. (Sat)
1: Jack Straw, Peggy-O, Me & My Uncle> Big River, Loser, Rooster, Tennessee Jed> Minglewood, China Cat> I Know You Rider
2: Stranger, Bird Song> Playin> Drumz> NFA> Wharf Rat> Sugar Magnolia E: Saturday Night*
*One More Fourth Of July (oddly enough the last 4th of July show was from 1969 until this one)

07-04-84 Five Seasons Center, Cedar Rapids, Ia. (Wed)
1: Stranger, FOTD, C. C. Rider, Cumberland> BIODTL, Row Jimmy, Bucket> Don't Ease
2: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's> Far From Me> Estimated> He's Gone> Drumz> Truckin> Wharf Rat> Around> Good Lovin E: U. S. Blues

07-04-89 Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, N.Y. (Tue)
1: Bertha> Greatest, Cold Rain, Walking Blues, Row Jimmy, Masterpiece, Stagger Lee, L. L. Rain> Deal
2: Touch> Woman Smarter, Ship Of Fools> Playin Reprise> Terrapin> Drumz> Take You Home> Watchtower> Morning Dew> NFA E: U. S. Blues
10,000 Maniacs opened - last 1st set "L. L. Rain": 07-10-87 [153] or 06-28-86 [211] - last "Playin Reprise": 03-21-86 [236]
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07-04-81 Manor Downs, Austin, Tx. (Sat)
1: Jack Straw, Peggy-O, Me & My Uncle> Big River, Loser, Rooster, Tennessee Jed> Minglewood, China Cat> I Know You Rider
2: Stranger, Bird Song> Playin> Drumz> NFA> Wharf Rat> Sugar Magnolia E: Saturday Night*
*One More Fourth Of July (oddly enough the last 4th of July show was from 1969 until this one)

07-04-84 Five Seasons Center, Cedar Rapids, Ia. (Wed)
1: Stranger, FOTD, C. C. Rider, Cumberland> BIODTL, Row Jimmy, Bucket> Don't Ease
2: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's> Far From Me> Estimated> He's Gone> Drumz> Truckin> Wharf Rat> Around> Good Lovin E: U. S. Blues

07-04-89 Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, N.Y. (Tue)
1: Bertha> Greatest, Cold Rain, Walking Blues, Row Jimmy, Masterpiece, Stagger Lee, L. L. Rain> Deal
2: Touch> Woman Smarter, Ship Of Fools> Playin Reprise> Terrapin> Drumz> Take You Home> Watchtower> Morning Dew> NFA E: U. S. Blues
10,000 Maniacs opened - last 1st set "L. L. Rain": 07-10-87 [153] or 06-28-86 [211] - last "Playin Reprise": 03-21-86 [236]


All great shows. I especially love the 84 show. Add this one as well - Great S>F.
07-04-90 Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs, Ks. (Wed)
1: Cold Rain> Walking Blues, Half Step, Queen Jane, Loose Lucy, All Over Now, Loser> Promised
2: Victim> Foolish Heart> Little Light> Scarlet> Fire> Drumz> Wheel> Gimme Some Lovin> Stella Blue> Sugar Magnolia E: U. S. Blues

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GREAT show.
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1981-07-05
Shakedown Street-> Promised Land, Candyman-> Cassidy, Brown Eyed Women-> CC Rider, They Love Each Other, Mama Tried-> Mexicali Blues, Althea-> Let It Grow
Samson & Delilah, Don't Ease Me In-> The Music Never Stopped, Ship of Fools-> Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> He's Gone-> Drums-> The Other One-> Stella Blue-> Around & Around-> Johnny B. Goode, E: U.S. Blues

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Listening to this show right now:
Strong 1st set with a 1-2-3 rockin' start, a sweet Candyman, and excellent jammed out versions of Birdsong and LIG to cap it off.
2nd set, despite the oft-maligned Women in the "power slot" is a keeper.
Raging China>Rider, and the post drums has insane versions of each tune, marred only by the A&A tease/screwup. Dear Mr. Fantasy in its early incarnation is close to 10 minutes long with Jerry doing a lot of the singing, and ripping it up on the guitar.
Highly recommended.

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Iko Iko, Jack Straw-> Big Railroad Blues, Little Red Rooster, Candyman, Me & My Uncle-> Mexicali Blues, Bird Song, Let It Grow

China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Ship of Fools, Women Are Smarter>Drums-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> The Other One-> Black Peter-> Why Don't We Do It In The Road-> Around & Around & Around Jam, Sugar Magnolia, E: Touch Of Gray

Also on this date:
7/6/86 - right before the coma, Jerry could still pull off a decent show, even in 100+ degree weather (just like today, 24 years later!!! Shocked ) I was on the MX missle this day, had a blast.
7/6/87 - Killer show with Nevilles as guests
7/6/90 - the famous "Kentucky Jam" awesome show
7/6/95 - uh, never heard it but can only imagine... Wasn't this the run where a pavillion at a campground collapsed, killing some heads on the tour from hell?Sad

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I just found myself referencing this show in another thread without initially realizing it was played this very day: This show got heavy airplay in my collection back in the early Eighties.

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7/7/81 - Tuesday
One
New Minglewood Blues [6:22] > Bertha [5:23] > Dancing In The Street [8:10]; Big Railroad Blues [4:10] > El Paso [5:07] ; To Lay Me Down [8:37] ; Lazy Lightnin' [3:24] > Supplication [6:32] ; Bird Song [8:44] > Looks Like Rain [8:06] > Deal [6:04]

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Man Smart (Woman Smarter) ; Candyman ; Estimated Prophet > Eyes Of The World > Drums > Space > Truckin' > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > Black Peter > I Need A Miracle > Good Lovin'

Encore
Don't Ease Me In [2:53]

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I had some of that first set (Bertha, Dancin, Big RR) as filler on a tape long ago. First set is pretty interesting and the 2nd set is solid.

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07/07/89 ... but it is official now ... I read the therad and give it a shot.
Love the Scarlet/FoM/Estimated/SOTM ... very strong and rough Jerry voice and guitar. But you well know this Very Happy

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32 years ago today GD played their very first show at Red Rocks:

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Location Morrison, CO
Date 7/7/78 - Friday

Jack Straw [5:20] ; Candyman [6:19] ; Me And My Uncle [2:56] > Big River [5:21] ; Friend Of The Devil [8:04] ; Cassidy [4:44] ; Tennessee Jed [8:38] ; Passenger [5:01] ; Peggy-O [8:33] ; The Music Never Stopped [7:49]

Cold Rain And Snow [6:28] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:07] ; Scarlet Begonias [10:04] > Fire On The Mountain [8:01] ; Dancing In The Street [8:41] > Drums [10:#16] > Space [5:16] > Not Fade Away [11:30] > Black Peter [11:30] > Around And Around [8:01]
Encore U.S. Blues [5:10] ; Johnny B. Goode [4:00]

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32 years ago today GD played their very first show at Red Rocks:

Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Location Morrison, CO
Date 7/7/78 - Friday

Fire On The Mountain [8:01]


Possibly the worst Fire ever. Phil plays the exact same riff 932 times in a row (I think I counted it once).

Great BIODTL.

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Worst Fire? Worse than 11/6/77? Worse than 9/15/78?
Wow! Post drums on this show is blazing.

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Worst Fire? Worse than 11/6/77? Worse than 9/15/78?
Wow! Post drums on this show is blazing.


Laughing Laughing There's a survey I don't want to do.

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Great BIODTL.


Laughing

I knew you would comment on that.

Coolest part of the show is the extra lazy Cold Rain.

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Duderino wrote:
Listening to this show right now:
Strong 1st set with a 1-2-3 rockin' start, a sweet Candyman, and excellent jammed out versions of Birdsong and LIG to cap it off.
2nd set, despite the oft-maligned Women in the "power slot" is a keeper.
Raging China>Rider, and the post drums has insane versions of each tune, marred only by the A&A tease/screwup. Dear Mr. Fantasy in its early incarnation is close to 10 minutes long with Jerry doing a lot of the singing, and ripping it up on the guitar.
Highly recommended.

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Iko Iko, Jack Straw-> Big Railroad Blues, Little Red Rooster, Candyman, Me & My Uncle-> Mexicali Blues, Bird Song, Let It Grow

China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Ship of Fools, Women Are Smarter>Drums-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> The Other One-> Black Peter-> Why Don't We Do It In The Road-> Around & Around & Around Jam, Sugar Magnolia, E: Touch Of Gray

Also on this date:
7/6/86 - right before the coma, Jerry could still pull off a decent show, even in 100+ degree weather (just like today, 24 years later!!! Shocked ) I was on the MX missle this day, had a blast.
7/6/87 - Killer show with Nevilles as guests
7/6/90 - the famous "Kentucky Jam" awesome show
7/6/95 - uh, never heard it but can only imagine... Wasn't this the run where a pavillion at a campground collapsed, killing some heads on the tour from hell?Sad

I'm finishing up the post drums today. Good lord. Dear Mr. Fantasy>Other One is deep, dark, gnarly, monumental. X factor out the wazoo. Classic 1984 .

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7/8/90 - Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA

Set 1 Touch Of Grey -> Greatest Story Ever Told, Jack-A-Roe, New Minglewood Blues, Row Jimmy, Mama Tried -> Mexicali Blues, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Let It Grow

Set 2 Samson And Delilah -> Eyes Of The World -> Estimated Prophet -> Terrapin Station -> Jam -> Drums -> Space -> I Need A Miracle -> Wang Dang Doodle -> Black Peter -> Throwing Stones -> Turn On Your Lovelight, Encore Knockin' On Heaven's Door

Immortalized as View from the Vault 1, this was also my first show (and, sadly, the only show with Brent that I ever saw). Though it's often overshadowed by 7/6 and 7/12, this is a pretty powerful show in its own right. A long show on a hot, hot day, with a powerful Let it Grow and a classic summer '90 second set. Pre-drums is the core of this one, but don't overlook the five-song post-space segment -- it looks ordinary, but was really pretty rocking.
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The only show played on August 10, ever, and it is a classic. I mean really, what more could you want from a show - strong playing, great setlist and a double encore... Smile

8/10/82 University of Iowa Fieldhouse
Set 1
Feel Like A Stranger
Friend Of The Devil
New Minglewood Blues
Tennessee Jed
Cassidy
It Must Have Been The Roses
On The Road Again ->
Beat It On Down The Line
Stagger Lee
I Need A Miracle ->
Bertha

Set 2

China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
Lost Sailor ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Drums ->
Space ->
Iko Iko ->
Truckin' ->
Stella Blue ->
Sugar Magnolia

Encore
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue ->
Johnny B. Goode

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featuring the only electric on the road again
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featuring the only electric on the road again


Au contraire, mon frere -
On The Road Again was played electric a number of times :

11-26-80 Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, Fl.
08-14-81 Seattle Center Memorial Coliseum, Seattle, Wa.
09-26-81 War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, N.Y.
12-30-81 Oakland Auditorium Arena, Oakland, Ca.
02-17-82 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, Ca.
04-19-82 Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, Md.
07-27-82 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Co.
08-07-82 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, Wi.
08-10-82 Fieldhouse, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Ia.
10-09-82 Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford U., Palo Alto, Ca.
12-28-82 Oakland Auditorium Arena, Oakland, Ca.
04-19-83 Alfond Arena, U. of Maine, Orono, Me.
10-12-84 Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Me.

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The only show played on August 10, ever, and it is a classic.

Didn't realize that! Wow... only time they played that day...
They didn't seem to tour as heavily in August... but I could be totally wrong there.
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featuring the first electric on the road again in 3 days
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Listening to this right now - Great SMR>Promised, strong Scarlet, now Jerry is tearing up the Fire. Good stuff!! I skipped the first part of Set 1, may go back to it.

Shoreline 8/25/93
Touch Of Grey ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; Peggy-O ; The Same Thing ; Friend Of The Devil ; Easy Answers ; So Many Roads ; The Promised Land
Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain ; Estimated Prophet > Terrapin Station > Drums > Space > All Along The Watchtower > Attics Of My Life > Sugar Magnolia
Encore Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

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Listening to this right now - Great SMR>Promised, strong Scarlet, now Jerry is tearing up the Fire. Good stuff!! I skipped the first part of Set 1, may go back to it.

Shoreline 8/25/93
Touch Of Grey ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; Peggy-O ; The Same Thing ; Friend Of The Devil ; Easy Answers ; So Many Roads ; The Promised Land
Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain ; Estimated Prophet > Terrapin Station > Drums > Space > All Along The Watchtower > Attics Of My Life > Sugar Magnolia
Encore Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Interesting, I found that run to be a train wreck... as huge of a 93 fan as I am.
I gave it two shots... I want to say this show was the best of the 3, either this one or the one on the 27th, but never really liked either much.
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Duderino wrote:
Listening to this right now - Great SMR>Promised, strong Scarlet, now Jerry is tearing up the Fire. Good stuff!! I skipped the first part of Set 1, may go back to it.

Shoreline 8/25/93
Touch Of Grey ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; Peggy-O ; The Same Thing ; Friend Of The Devil ; Easy Answers ; So Many Roads ; The Promised Land
Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain ; Estimated Prophet > Terrapin Station > Drums > Space > All Along The Watchtower > Attics Of My Life > Sugar Magnolia
Encore Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Interesting, I found that run to be a train wreck... as huge of a 93 fan as I am.
I gave it two shots... I want to say this show was the best of the 3, either this one or the one on the 27th, but never really liked either much.

The Terrapin was a little shaky, but the jam afterwards was satisfying. Got distracted and did not listen to post drums. Moved on to 10/18/78
The setlist for 8/26 looks like a real turd.

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Duderino wrote:
Kochman wrote:
Duderino wrote:
Listening to this right now - Great SMR>Promised, strong Scarlet, now Jerry is tearing up the Fire. Good stuff!! I skipped the first part of Set 1, may go back to it.

Shoreline 8/25/93
Touch Of Grey ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; Peggy-O ; The Same Thing ; Friend Of The Devil ; Easy Answers ; So Many Roads ; The Promised Land
Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain ; Estimated Prophet > Terrapin Station > Drums > Space > All Along The Watchtower > Attics Of My Life > Sugar Magnolia
Encore Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Interesting, I found that run to be a train wreck... as huge of a 93 fan as I am.
I gave it two shots... I want to say this show was the best of the 3, either this one or the one on the 27th, but never really liked either much.

The Terrapin was a little shaky, but the jam afterwards was satisfying. Got distracted and did not listen to post drums. Moved on to 10/18/78
The setlist for 8/26 looks like a real turd.


Turd! What a funny word! That set list isn't that bad, but starting the second set with Crazy Fingers after having closed the first with Don't Ease is pretty brutal.
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We used to call people "Turd burglars" in the army... when they were messing up.
Terms of endearment.
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We used to call people "Turd burglars" in the army... when they were messing up.
Terms of endearment.


Well, I know several homophobes who used that term in a less than endearing fashion.
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Don't any of you east coasters get up before noon? Smile Happy August 27th. Yes, 8/27/72 is overrated, but it's overrated for a reason. Time to go watch them play Dark Star with those little kids running around onstage and the dogs barking in the background.
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Haha, that's true... they generally get famous for a reason.
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Don't any of you east coasters get up before noon? Smile Happy August 27th. Yes, 8/27/72 is overrated, but it's overrated for a reason. Time to go watch them play Dark Star with those little kids running around onstage and the dogs barking in the background.

I've never heard of that show - is it good?
Laughing Laughing Laughing

While not as famous, two other barn-burners played on this date:
Long Beach, 1981
Alabama Getaway-> Promised Land, Friend Of The Devil-> CC Rider, Peggy-O-> El Paso, Bird Song-> Passenger-> Cumberland Blues-> Looks Like Rain-> Might As Well
Samson & Delilah, Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Black Peter-> Good Lovin', E: Don't Ease Me In

Seattle 1983
Jack Straw Deep Elem Blues My Brother Esau Brown Eyed Women Little Red Rooster Ramble On Rose Looks Like Rain -> Deal
Touch Of Grey Playing In The Band -> Uncle John's Band -> Drums -> Space -> Throwing Stones -> Black Peter -> One More Saturday Night Encore It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

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Venue Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Location Morrison, CO
Date 8/31/78 - Thursday posters tickets, passes & laminates

One Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [10:57] > El Paso [4:45] ; Peggy-O [8:57] ; New Minglewood Blues [5:59] ; Candyman [7:02] ; From The Heart Of Me [3:49] ; Jack Straw [6:30]

Two Shakedown Street [6:40] > Good Lovin' [6:59] ; Ship Of Fools [7:28] ; Samson And Delilah [8:39] ; Terrapin Station [11:05] > Playing In The Band [14:02] > Drums [16:42] > Space [3:40] > Not Fade Away [13:01] > Black Peter [10:43] > Sugar Magnolia [8:11]

Johnny B. Goode [3:50]

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32 years ago the first Shakedown Street was played(as well as FTHOM).....not real crazy for K&D Shakedowns, but I like this show a lot!

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September 2 is chock full of classics, and some of my all time favorites from 78, 79, 80 and 83. 1985 is a good show IMO despite what Mr. Lucas McCain thinks of it...
BTW - The 88 show is very solid, probably better than the more famous next night. Spin one of these today - You won't regret it!! Very Happy

09-02-66 La Dolphine, Hillsborough, Ca. (Fri)
debutante dance
this must have been interesting....

09-02-68 Betty Nelson's Organic Raspberry Farm, Sultan, Wa. (Mon)
Dark Star> St. Stephen> The Eleven> Jam> Death Don't, Cryptical> Other One> Cryptical, Alligator> Caution> Feedback
Sky River Festival

09-02-78 Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. (Sat)
1: Jack Straw, FOTD, Minglewood, Dire Wolf, L. L. Rain, Stagger Lee, Miracle, Peggy-O, Lazy Lightning> Supplication
2: Good Lovin, Scarlet> Fire, Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Sugar Magnolia E: Saturday Night
also: NRPS; Willie Nelson

09-02-79 Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Me. (Sun)
1: Jack Straw, TLEO, Mama Tried> Mexicali, Stagger Lee, Cassidy, Row Jimmy, Minglewood, Jack A Roe, Music
2: Samson, Ramble On, Terrapin> Let It Grow> Drumz> Stella Blue> Truckin> Around E: U. S. Blues
last "Let It Grow": 05-14-78 [82]

09-02-80 Community War Memorial, Rochester, N.Y. (Tue)
1: Minglewood, Sugaree> El Paso, FOTD, All Over Now, China Cat> I Know You Rider> Sailor> Saint> Don't Ease
2: Althea, C. C. Rider, Ship Of Fools, Estimated> Terrapin> Playin> Drumz> Iko Iko> Morning Dew> Sugar Magnolia E: Alabama

09-02-83 BSU Pavilion, Boise State University, Boise, Id. (Fri)
1: Wang Dang Doodle> Jack Straw, TLEO, Mama Tried> Big River, B. E. Women, Minglewood, Big RxR Blues, L. L. Rain> Deal
2: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Throwing Stones> GDTRFB> Black Peter> Sugar Magnolia E: Baby Blue

09-02-85 Zoo Amphitheatre, Oklahoma City, Ok. (Mon)
1: Bertha> Greatest, West L. A., Mama Tried> Me & My Uncle, Stagger Lee> Iko Iko, Minglewood, Ramble On, Bucket
2: China Cat> I Know You Rider> Woman Smarter, Ship Of Fools, Playin> Drumz> Miracle> China Doll> Around> Good Lovin E: Day Job

09-02-88 Capital Centre, Landover, Md. (Fri)
1: Bucket, TLEO, Minglewood, Dire Wolf, Queen Jane, Althea, Let It Grow
2: Scarlet> Fire, L. L. Rain> Terrapin> Drumz> Wheel> Watchtower> Stella Blue> Sugar Magnolia E: Black Muddy River
long spacey tuning before "Scarlet"

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09-02-66 La Dolphine, Hillsborough, Ca. (Fri)
debutante dance
this must have been interesting....


A lot of newly opened flowers probably got pollinated that night. Who needs Mint Juleps when you've got LSD-25? Laughing

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Today in Dead history has 2 great shows!! 9-18-70 & 74 Shocked

Sadly, I'm stuck between 1968 & 1977?? I hear alot about the 80's but I was too young to really remember any shows & my parents were & still do wear out the 70's Dead, so I've been polluted but wouldn't have it any other way. Laughing

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Don't forget 9/18/90. 9/19 and 9/20 get more shine as superior shows, but I think that the 9/18 Foolish>jam is my favorite piece of music from the whole run. In fact, today kicks off the 9/18-20 run of fantastic NYC shows, exactly 20 years apart!
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Yes! The acoustic set from Fillmore East on 9/20/70 is a keeper Cool

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I 2nd the comment about the 9-18 Foolish Jam!! I gave it a listen after you mentioned it & I'm not sure that it's my single favorite piece of music but it's definately way up on the list... Laughing

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I know alot of you are familiar with 9/27 and 9/28/72 but if by chance you are not...start listening NOW Exclamation Cool

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Only 2 shows played on this day, 10 years apart.

Charlotte Coliseum, 10/5/84.
Bertha [6:26] > The Promised Land [4:06] ; West L.A. Fadeaway [7:40] ; Little Red Rooster [9:20] ; Dupree's Diamond Blues [6:48] ; My Brother Esau [4:16] ; Brown Eyed Women [6:24] ; Feel Like A Stranger [10:58] ; Might As Well [4:38]

China Cat Sunflower [7:52] > I Know You Rider [5:31] ; Estimated Prophet [11:04] > Eyes Of The World [12:33] > Drums [9:#07] > Space [8:13] > The Other One [8:11] > Black Peter [9:43] > Sugar Magnolia (1) [7:21] > Johnny B. Goode [4:12]
Encore It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [6:50]
Comments (1) no Sunshine Daydream

This was the first show of the Fall tour, and the boys rock it in style. Once they resolve some PA/ sound issues in Bertha, things get rolling. Jerry looked like hell, but coud still bring it.

Philly Spectrum 10/5/94
Jack Straw [6:29] ; Friend Of The Devil [8:07] ; Wang Dang Doodle [6:01] ; Jack-A-Roe [4:45] ; Queen Jane Approximately [5:49] ; Lazy River Road [6:15] ; Eternity (1) [9:15] > Deal [12:49]
In The Midnight Hour [6:59] ; Cumberland Blues [7:45] ; Playing In The Band [9:27] > Uncle John's Band [9:19] > Jam [7:46] > Drums (2) [4:#25] > Space [14:56] > I Need A Miracle [4:11] > Standing On The Moon [9:03] > Sugar Magnolia [8:19]
Encore The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo) [4:33]

Flash forward 10 years later, many ups and downs, but mostly downs this year. However, this show is definitely an "UP". Both sets are strong, with fully jammed out Deal, a cool opening to Set II, and a great Supplication type jam after UJB. IMO this was one of the last, if not the last, solid shows.

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Harding Theatre, San Francisco...11/7/71. C'mon you guys Exclamation Has one of the best NFA>GDTRFB>NFA ever Exclamation The rest of ths show ain't too shabby either.
Other songs included are
ROR
Bobby McGee
Loser
Sug Mag
DS>TOO>MAMU>TOO
Deal
Brokedown Palace
Playin'
Casey Jones
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1969-11-08

Proof that Dick COULD pick a pumpkin. This is one mighty swell show!
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Don't forget 11/8/70 and 11/8/79!
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nickJ wrote:
Don't forget 11/8/70 and 11/8/79!


11/8/79 was my first show. 15 years old and somewhat clueless. It was an overwhelming experience. We had crummy seats and a big bag of schwag.
I did not recognize some of the songs, including the new "Price of Freedom" and "Go For It" Started nodding out during Drumz, but the roar that accompanying the first notes of the Dew slapped me across the face and I was fine after that!!!

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2/21/69...Dream Bowl. Vallejo Ca. Ass kickin'' 11 Cool

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vladsmythe wrote:
Kochman wrote:
Sloppy and not fun to listen to pretty much sums it up. I can't remember if it was the 1st or 2nd night that struck me as that way. I will listen again and give you a more precise answer. Reciting setlists doesn't make the show good... Some shows have crappy S>Fs and H>S>Fs, their inclusion in a set does not make it a good set.

Duck, sorry you don't like my opinion... but when your response is how I "wasn't there" so what do I know, you have just made yourself a deadhead snob, and nothing dead-related irks me more than deadhead snobbery (except Duderino pushing BIODTL on me). If that is the type of crap you want to engage in ("you weren't there"), then go to BCE or some place that encourages deadhead snobbery.
Don't mis-quote me Rob. I didn't say "You weren't there, what do you know". On the contrary, I said "As usual, you're right and I'm wrong. Sorry. I must be mistaken. I won't offer my experience anymore. You are the master of all opinion even for shows you never attended."
If you say the show was "dreadful", or "Sloppy and not fun to listen to" I'm willing to agree so as to not be a Deadhead snob. Maybe I'm wrong and the show(s) sucked. We sure didn't think so at the time, and the following week in Denver, it seemed all we could talk about were the Oakland Aud shows.

I love my tapes of those shows, and consider them very fun to listen to. Other than Phil's bass string buzzing against a fret during Samson, no negative issues come to mind right now.

***UPDATE*** I just put on both shows and darn it, you're right! They are sloppy, no fun to listen to, and (dare I say it) one was indeed "dreadful". What was I thinking for all these years? Thanks to you my friend, I'm even starting to like Vinnie's Casio keyboard sound. Just goes to show, you're never too old to change your opinion. Gotta go - Samba in the Rain is about to start.

Holy shit, dude... get a grip!!!.
This is getting added to the "meltdown" thread. Thanks for the laugh!


Just thought I'd bump a few threads, so folks know I do read the forums.


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hahahahaha... come on now!
That show sucks! hahahahah

Just kidding Ducky... but I don't like it at all.
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3/16/73 from Nassau Coliseum. Nice China-Rider opener. Second set has a strong DS>Truckin' Dew.. This run of shows beginning on the 15th was also the first time they played Nassau.

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HAPPY ST. PATRICKS DAY!!!!
mmmmmm........Lets see how about 3/17/93 Cap Center.
A fantastic Playin->Dark Star, Two Soldiers Jam-> The Other One and you also get the debut of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.

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3/21/1991- Cap Center (lotta good shows here)
Scarlet->Fire->Stir It Up Jam!!!!

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3/21/1991- Cap Center (lotta good shows here)
Scarlet->Fire->Stir It Up Jam!!!!


Good call Boise - I was at that show and I remember the energy of that Stir It Up Jam. Solid show all around.

Going back another 10 years, 3/21/81 Rainbow Theater, London, England is another sweet show, featuring a Let It Grow-China-Rider to end Set 1, and a really good Estimated-Eyes filling up the power slot in Set 2. May have to revisit this show in the immediate future.

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And today, we had 3/22/90, Copps Coliseum or something... Oh Canada!
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One of the top 10 Dead shirts ever:

Big shamrock stealie with: 'Dose me - I'm Irish' printed underneath Cool

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Nice three night stand at The Stanley Theatre if you are an early 70s fan---9/26, 27(DP11) and 28/72 Cool Cool

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11/11/73, can't believe this has not been mentioned here yet!

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I think it's so ingrained in our heads that it's a gimme. Besides just typing those numbers may blow up your computer! Careful Wink

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It's the given!

11/11/85 is a good show, but nowhere near 73's!
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Today marks the 41st anniv. of the first time Grateful Dead would play at Nassau Coliseum.
3/15=Better then we could ever expect
3/16-Blazin! Cool
3/19-I remember Garcia kind of mimicking Pigpen during "He's Gone'
On 3/18 NRPS played at the Felt Form. It was billed I believe as The NRPS w/friends. Friends indeed. Weir and Garcia were there with Jerry playing a tune or two on banjo and pedal steel then switching back to his guitar. Roger McGuinn was there as well as others that I just cannot recall. From what I remember it was a fairly star-studded event. This show used to be on the archive. I don't know if it still is. Keith and Donna were there too as well as Ramblin' Jack Elliott. Finally Lesh completes 74 orbits around the sun today. Happy Birthday Mr. Lesh!

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And a long, glorious history they would have there!
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Some nice choices today. I even had the pleasure of going to a couple of these show
First the famous AUD Quintessential Quintet//8/6/71

8/6/74 Summertime WOS show-"Hot town,summer in the city..." Roosevelt Stad. was just a drive through the Holland Tunnel (or was it the Lincoln?) from Manhattan. Who knew Jersey City could be Paradise?

8/6/82 from St.Paul I believe. I know zip about this show. Will have to check swami's top 100 and see if it's there.

8/6/89 From Cal-Expo. My 2nd outing in 89', the first being the AIDS benefit in May. Before that hadn't seen them since the RCMH shows from 80'. I love all the Cal-Expo shows. Great venue to see them. This show shines with an outstanding Bird Song. Great opener--LTGTR>Stranger>Franklins Tower. Also the Scarlet/Fire ain't to shabby either Cool Cool

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Some nice choices today. I even had the pleasure of going to a couple of these show
First the famous AUD Quintessential Quintet//8/6/71

8/6/74 Summertime WOS show-"Hot town,summer in the city..." Roosevelt Stad. was just a drive through the Holland Tunnel (or was it the Lincoln?) from Manhattan. Who knew Jersey City could be Paradise?

8/6/82 from St.Paul I believe. I know zip about this show. Will have to check swami's top 100 and see if it's there.

8/6/89 From Cal-Expo. My 2nd outing in 89', the first being the AIDS benefit in May. Before that hadn't seen them since the RCMH shows from 80'. I love all the Cal-Expo shows. Great venue to see them. This show shines with an outstanding Bird Song. Great opener--LTGTR>Stranger>Franklins Tower. Also the Scarlet/Fire ain't to shabby either Cool Cool



Fillmore - the 82 show is good but not remarkable. I listened to the Cal Expo 89 show today at work, and really enjoyed it. I agree on the highlights you mention; the Scarlet-Fire brightened my day.

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