The SetList Program allows you to search through the Grateful Dead's setlists for shows between 1965 and 1995. It also allows users to comment-on and share their experiences for each show. Find a show you've attended, and leave some comments for other users!

< Back · Home

1 Show Found

03/28/81
Gruga Halle - Essen, Germany

Set 1:
Alabama Getaway
Greatest Story Ever Told
Sugaree
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Shakedown Street
Little Red Rooster
Althea
Looks Like Rain
Deal

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
The Other One
Drums
Not Fade Away
Wharf Rat
Around And Around
Good Lovin'

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

Download/Listen to this Show at Archive.org

Comments:

I just saw DSO play this show last night. It is a very strange show but by far one of my favorites. I highly suggest you find the original show by the Dead and play the hell out of it. Very Cool!!
-


I have this show, and the Who show that goes with it, from the 20th anniversary Hanno Bunjes seed. This is the best, most complete version there is, without a shred of doubt.
It is in shn format, for guaranteed flawess clone transfers.
I would be willing to trade or b&p this to you if you can convince me you are not going to sell it.
Free Music Uber Alles!
glenn
-


This show was broadcast on TV and Radio in Europe (along with the other act, a little band from London called the Who). Pete Townshend sits in on three songs, Not Fade Away, Wharf Rat,Around And Around. Excellent show available in great sound.
-


This show was broadcast on TV and Radio in Europe (along with the other act, a little band from London called the Who). Pete Townshend sits in on three songs, Not Fade Away, Wharf Rat,Around And Around. Excellent show available in great sound.
-


this show is currently being shared on furthur. the audio and video are crisp.


-JDF


I taped this over the FM broadcast while stationed in the Fatherland. This was the definitive concert by which I judged all others.

Deal was awesome...Althea, and without question THE best Sugaree I've ever heard.
-


thi certainly is a great show...but i want y'all who have the video of this to watch garcia's jaw when he's singing post-space especially during WHARF RAT....it looks like his drumz break went up in coke (in one form or another)...it actually is a little disturbing to watch after a while....
-


this show or parts of it are on youtube.com.. Deal is smoking hot
-Ga-Deadhead


...and whats cool is wtaching Weir teach Pete the chords of Wharf Rat...live onstage and on TV....this is what made these guys great
-Anonymous (12/01/2007)


....and one other thing, this NFA jam is a motherfucker...check it out
-Anonymous (12/01/2007)


Bubba, check out the 5/22/77 Sugaree. Also incredible
-Anonymous (02/17/2008)


Pete looks really cool in the video....the Godfather of Punk for sure....Garcia on the other hand looks horrible....fat, greasy, and bloated.....and obviously under the influence of blow as evidenced by the jaw action....
-Anonymous (07/10/2008)


One of favourite shows. The sound is real good. But the hand clapping sucks
-Anonymous (12/29/2009)


full show in its entirety is on youtube including video!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldse7hpLphY&feature=my_favorites&list=FL3O1pYGGYdhGAv5F9PTiT_Q

Enjoy!


- (06/29/2012)


The show which got me on the bus. Sugaree my all time favourite Dead performance.... Hey Chris Gillespie are you out there?

- (09/19/2015)


Comment on this Show!

 

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

Note: Band configuration is across specified time period. Configuration for particular show may have differed.

The SetList Program is Copyright © 1996-2017 Madhu Lundquist. Band configurations compliments of .
Direct all questions/comments to
Send all corrections to