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10/16/81
Club Melk Weg - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Set 1:
On The Road Again
Dire Wolf
Monkey And The Engineer
Bird Song
Cassidy
Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
The Race Is On
Ripple

Set 2:
Playin' In The Band
Hully Gully
The Wheel
Samson And Delilah
Gloria
Turn On Your Love Light
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Playin' In The Band
Black Peter

Encore:
Sugar Magnolia

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Comments:

SMOKIN !!!
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bobbys birthday.
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this one is certainly "Weir-ed" and wacky!! using borrowed instruments the lads put on this impromptu little song fest...only hully gully...bobby's 34th b-day was a nite of some bizarre stuff...a fun show to listen to.
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the return of LOvELigHt
-Anonymous


can anyone do a b&p of this show for me? if so, please email me.
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pics of this show is anyone is interested:


http://flickr.com/photos/bobminkinphotography/sets/72157604680605433/
-connecticut chris (01/16/2009)


heres another article also by bob minkin


http://www.minkindesign.com/photo/gd/Melkweg_Review.doc
-Anonymous (01/16/2009)


This has definitely become one of my favorite shows. The second set is just unbelievabley raw. A 1500 seat little club, with borrowed instruments, they musta felt some nestalga these two nights. you can really feel the energey from these two random shows carry over to the Hippodrome show in paris the next night. The playin is just incredible, and Brent is on an acoustic Piano the whole show. Can't do anything but smile when you listen to that set.
-Murphy (08/15/2013)


bad to call to bring back lovelight without the pig.
-80s head (09/25/2013)


Amen 80' S dude rumors are the band willbe on the road again-I can't get into someone else singing "Jerry" tunes

-old bones (11/17/2014)


Jer was a mortal man, but Dead Family is eternal and ever expanding. The music has a life and mind of its own well beyond any individual band member. The music will always play the band and even death can't stop that train.
-Anonymous (08/29/2017)


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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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