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04/19/82
Baltimore Civic Center - Baltimore, MD

Set 1:
Jack Straw
They Love Each Other
On The Road Again
Peggy-O
Cassidy
It Must Have Been The Roses
Little Red Rooster
Cumberland Blues
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
Might As Well

Set 2:
Feel Like A Stranger
Franklin's Tower
Estimated Prophet
Terrapin Station
Drums
The Raven Space
The Wheel
Truckin'
Stella Blue
Around And Around
Good Lovin'

Encore:
Brokedown Palace

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Comments:

ANYone who wants to experience 'the raven' by edgar allan poe should get a copy of this show, cuz phil recites it during a space that this site has not listed

-Anonymous


i guess there was tank on stage, and phil sdreams, no, not the dentist, no more nitrous!
-Anonymous


This was my first Dead show. What a blast...the Raven/Nitrous space was a real treat. Looking back this was a very solid performance.
-Robert


yes, love the franklins - and estimated goes into that spacey jam and comes back to the triumphant chorus
-Anonymous


Uhhh... what do you think they mean by "The Raven Space"?

Anyhooo, Great show, love the Estimated reprise...get the night before in Hartford. Two great ones
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Wheel-love it out of space
Truckin' Play on words "sex change" instead of vitamins/cocaine.
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f.y.i.-this show featured on the grateful dead hour, show #937.

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JERREH SUCKS MY KEKE
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After "On The Road Again" which ended abruptly, Bobby goes "next time we'll figure out how to play it" May make sense why it was retired no long afterward.

Peggy-O>Cassidy>Roses. Has to be the best trio of ballads the boys ever played. As per this here site, twas only played one other time, 5.12.81 New Haven. Roses was the addition to make it special.

-Brianmerrilyn (12/13/2007)


I don't think It was Peggy>Cassidy>Roses, segued into each other. Rather they were three stand-alone tunes in this one. Overall a decent show, though nothing unbelievable. I think Raven-Space was somewhat disappointing. Franklin's was good, Good Lovin' was excellent with a nice Bobby Rap. 6 of 10 stars on this one for me.
-Bostnfn (11/03/2009)


wow, just heard about this show--can't wait to stream it!
-billy munster (02/06/2012)


Hey, WTF can't I stream this show? This has never happened Aarrrrgghhhh!

-billy munster (02/06/2012)


Who is this Merrilyn guy? Seriously? Does he just go around posting erroneous information about random shows from the early 80's?
-not_Brianmerrilyn (12/24/2012)


There's an AUD recording on the archives that is so crisp and clear that's totally worth the download. They were really on top of their game this night, and Jerry's lyrics are so clean. I'm burning a CD of this show because everything's so good except the Raven. I think you had to be there to appreciate that, and I wish I was. April'82 had some great shows, and this is one of the best.
- (04/19/2013)


One of my favorite Peggy Os
-Kdead (09/16/2018)


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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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