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12/01/79
Stanley Theater - Pittsburgh, PA

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Sugaree
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Loser
Easy To Love You
New Minglewood Blues
Althea
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Looks Like Rain
He's Gone
Gloria Jam
C.C. Rider
Drums
Not Fade Away
Black Peter
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

First CC Rider
-Anonymous


Good show.My favorite version of c.c.rider. Jam after C.C. Rider is really sweet.Beginning of not fadeaway is really good. Dont stop throughout the whole second set. I like that. WHO EVER WANTS THE SECOND SET I CAN TRADE.
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great show! do my ears deceive me or did i actually hear a little "feelin groovy" jam in the china>rider??

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Incredible show.
Ran into Phil afterwards and he was astounded at the jamming that night. Also, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend were there as The Who played the next night at the Civic Arena. Tenth row. Senior year in college. Enough said.
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i have to chuckle alittle at that last one....not the first CC, not by a long shot
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Chuckle all you want Wolfboy but this was indeed the first show in which CC Rider was performed by the Grateful Dead.
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Matt. This is the first C.C. Rider performed by the Dead. Get off your high horse.
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The second set alone is good enough to warrant getting and listening to this show. He's Gone>CC rider is so tight it just sparkles. This show changed my life. I think Rob would agree with that.
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I
Sugaree-Splendid prolonged solos.
Althea-15th/272 tims played (whispered)

II
Gloria Jam-only time played.
CC Rider-1st of 127 times played Matt...use this site to "check your facts"


-Perrinswolf


My first show when i was in 10th grade...I had NO IDEA what I was getting into.
- (07/04/2008)


it's a possibility that matt thought CC Rider meant "China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider."
-dr. doug e. fresh (07/30/2010)


i took my soon-to-be wife to this show. She was not impressed, didn't get it. Marriage lasted 3 years. Her reaction to the show should've been a "dead giveaway." (pun intended.)
-Rich (09/23/2011)


Even though it's not listed, the "Gloria Jam" was actually done first on 11/9/79. Can't believe Perrin missed one. Either way, i don't know why this site doesn't list it on the Buffalo set, i guess you can't get it perfect when your spacin out while tryin to keep track of every jam. This show is great, but the gloria jam from 11/9 was way more intense and purposeful... kinda sounded stuttered this time.
-Murphy (05/24/2013)


to Perrinswolf: so you like the Grateful Dead...WE GET IT...you dont have to be such a fucking dick about it bro...chill the fuck out
- (12/01/2014)


>>EdBlack69
You are aware those comments your commenting on are over 7 years old.....GET OVER IT....
- (01/21/2015)


Wow, the fat man dies and everyone turns on eachother. Pssh!!! Humans... always fightin about somethin.
-Anonymous (10/11/2016)


Perrinswolf i always enjoy and trust your comments
-Jeff (11/30/2016)


Perinswolf. Me too, he adds something here and I don't think I've seen him pick a fight. Decaf guys.. decaf.
-JJF (11/30/2016)


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Band Configuration
(04/16/79 - 07/23/90)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Brent Mydland
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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