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06/25/78
Autzen Stadium (University Of Oregon) - Eugene, OR

Set 1:
Promised Land
They Love Each Other
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Candyman
Passenger
Peggy-O
New Minglewood Blues

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Friend Of The Devil
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
Drums
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Around And Around

Encore:
U.S. Blues

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Comments:

Oregon Jam I. Eddie Money, The Outlaws, and Santana opened. Merry Pranksters, Ken Babbs, present also. Estimated>Eyes in the second set very nice. My second show, 1-22-78 the first. Off to a good start...
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First show. Hated it. Drove all day from Boise to see the show and they were taping it so they stopped for 10 min. between every song. Took me 10 years to make it back for the Dylan and the Dead tour. That got me interested and then down to Shoreline where I finally got on the Bus.
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Growing up in Eugene, this was the first time I paid to see the Dead. This was the first concert in Autzen Stadium in years. Promoter Bill Graham's choice of stage location and the number of tickets sold, made the entire field (in front of the stage)uncomfortably packed.(see photo) Eddie Money opened, followed by The Outlaws and Santana. The Dead's on going technical issues (and Santana's hot and super clean set)after hours of preceding acts, really frustrated this concert goer. We even retired to our vehicle after the first set for an attitude adjustment. Least enjoyable Dead concert from a musical standpoint, with the Sept, 1972 OCF (free) and the 1987 Dylan/Dead gigs being my best.
- (10/04/2013)


http://kellyscottsports.sportsblog.com/post/134379/1978_concerts_at_autzen_stadium.html

Here's a pic of the that 1978 crowd !
- (10/04/2013)


Wow, NFA->GDTRFB is screaming
- (07/19/2014)


I loved this show! Big River was incredibly bouncy -- I still remember dancing my fanny off to it.
- (06/17/2015)


This Was My Very First Concert Ever,My Brother And I Hitched From Corvallis (Got Picked Up By A Guy In A VW Bus,He Went Out Of His Way Just To Drop Us Off At The Stadium). I Thought It Was Fantastic So I Was Immediately On The Bus,Eddie Money Was Okay,The Outlaws Were Better Than I Thought They'd Be.Santana Was Absolutely Amazing And I Was Thinking "Nothing Can Top This" Then The Dead Played And Even With All The Complications That Happened They We're On It From The Start.I Listened To Their Set From This Show A Little While Ago And It Brought Back All Those Marvelous Memories.I Got To See Them A Couple More Times Later And Got To Listen To Many Tapes By Friends And Realized No Two Versions Of Any Song Were Ever The Same,Living And Playing In The Moment Is What It All Came Down To.The View From The Bus Never Ceased To Amaze Any Of Us
- (07/04/2015)


Jerry breaks a string after fotd and Bobby says that string just gave its life for rock n roll
-Quadlibet (11/07/2016)


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Band Configuration
(10/20/74 - 02/17/79)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Keith Godchaux
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart
Backup Vocals: Donna Godchaux

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