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04/06/82
The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Promised Land
Candyman
C.C. Rider
Brown-Eyed Women
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
Big Railroad Blues
Looks Like Rain
Jack-A-Roe
It's All Over Now
Might As Well

Set 2:
Shakedown Street
Lost Sailor
Saint Of Circumstance
Terrapin Station
Drums
Truckin'
The Other One
Morning Dew
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Baby Blue

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Comments:

This is the greatest show I ever saw of many.
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Agreed, great show. After a fairly short show the night before, they pulled out all the stops. Great opening tune on a night filled with harsh weather conditions.
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My first Dead show ever - been hooked since. Great second set that I was lucky enough to get a copy of. Still know the cord in Shakedown that sealed me being a deadhead.
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My first tape and it was a soundboard!..converted it to cd recently..(thank you alan s)....Truckin-other one-morning dew simply awesome!
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I was snowed out of NYC, where I live. Stuck in Philly, tuning on the radio, heard China Cat, heard the DJ say that "Well, NYC is snowed out, but the show is on here tonight". I went to the Spectrum, bought a ticket. Probably my 60th show. A great one. During intermission, I ran into a guy from my NYC neighborhood who hda moved away 15 years earlier.
-Anonymous


I remember there was a blizzard going on during the show and watching the snow through the Spectrum windows.... The Cold Rain & Snow was a givin' for that night. It took us 4 hours to drive back to NY.
- (05/27/2008)


Relatively new Dead Head at this time. Remember walking in light snow from parking lot to Spectrum Great opening song and it kept getting better. Without a doubt, the best show I have ever seen!
- (03/29/2009)


Best sailor-saint i've ever heard shakedown jams at the end heard this on gd hour gans broke in after shakedown and says 'i hate breakin into a continues sequence of songs but this set goes on uninterupted for an hour and a half and i have to break somewhere' is there any wonder we love this band
-Stagger lee (06/30/2009)


My 1st show - changed my life
- (04/18/2010)


I was at this show and the guy that said he watched a blizzard rage outside while the the dead played must have been on some good acid cause their was no blizzard in philly that night. the city of brotherly love was given only a glancing blow by a monster east coast storm . in philadelphia and points east and south the late winter storm dumped a lot of cold rain and some wet snow as well as very high winds . by showtime the storm was gone from the philadelphia area and all that remained were high very cold winds and an occasional snow flurry. hence the opener of 'cold rain and snow" was well chosen. new york city on the otherhand was indeed nailed by a blizzard but as i said it had no effect on the philadelphia show!
- (02/23/2011)


Morning Dew-Top notch version...Jerry's vocals r spot on as well as his licks...band in full swing & it's not the end of the set yet!!!
-Perrinswolf (06/17/2011)


Will be Road Trips vol. 4, no. 4. Great second set!
-Ed (07/19/2011)


Pretty good show; the RT release sounds very professional, and certainly they've cleaned up a lot of the pervasive problems from the soundboard.

Set 1 - Looks Like Rain is a beaut. The rest of the set is solid, if not amazing - they don't really bust out into anything but don't forget the lyrics too badly, either...

Set 2 - Shakedown, yes! Morning Dew - of course. The latter is undoubtedly the reason this show was released officially.

I actually like the filler from the previous night better on the official release. But there's nothing really to complain about here - good show from a great year.
- (04/06/2014)


Went to couple hundred shows in the early 1980's especially in 1982 and this was definitely my favorite show. It also happened to be local for me. Was way into the taper seen at the time. Drove through some harsh weather and place was only 3/4 full. Opening with Cold Rain was awesome. Listen to the "conversation" between Jerry's guitar and Brent's piano during Shakedown. Phil lets out a whopper of a bass note that shook the building during Terrapin and it is my favorite Morning Dew. Except for Cornell 77 which I wasn't at. Just a great vibe.

- (02/14/2015)


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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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