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08/28/82
Oregon County Fair Site - Veneta, OR

Set 1:
Bertha
New Minglewood Blues
Tennessee Jed
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Althea
It's All Over Now
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

Set 2:
Day Job
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
West LA Fadeaway
Far From Me
Playin' In The Band
Drums
The Wheel
The Other One
Truckin'
Black Peter
Playin' In The Band
One More Saturday Night

Encore:
Dupree's Diamond Blues

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Comments:

I arrived at the start of Althea, the proceedings were bizarre, the band never seemed to settle in, I sensed a certain spaciness in their playing, like they couldn't sync up, I don't remember the encore, Dupree's, I always felt there wasn't an encore becuase I remember Artis the spoonman playing after the Dead left the stage, people kind of milled about like they didn't think the show was really over...
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The scuttlebutt is that they droped acid for this show.

I was backpacking in the Three Sisters. We got rained out, and went to breakfast in the town of Sisters that morning.

We met people coming through who had been to this show, and one guy said "they played for like EIGHT HOURS, man!"
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Veneta Ten Years after
The boys were thought to have dropped some paper for this show, which may explain the relaxed and longer than usual country and western 1st set until China>Rider. Minglewood had some good highlights and Jerry was beautiful in Althea.

II
Day Job-1st/57 times played...before they over did it.
West LA Fadeaway-1st/141 times. Lyrics different from future versions.
Far From Me-Short version
Playin'-Fast. Must have been a "team peak"?
Wheel>T01>Truckin-Only time played other than 4.27.85. "Sex change" line in Truckin'

E: Dupree's-Last played 4.14.78

Supposedly show was cut short due to dust from crowd with hands out of the pocket pool. There was supposed to be a 92 reunion show, but either it was Jerry following his MD's advice to get off the road, and or the local God fearing folk that utilized their 1st amendment rights.


-Perrinswolf (03/28/2007)


A spacey show indeed. It rained incessantly the night before and the night after this show, but the day of the show itself it was sunny and warm. The band was decent, but nothing like their visit during their peak period, 10 years prior. I remember watching John Cippolina (Quicksilver guitarist) dancing on one of the towers near the middle of the crowd. Wavy Gravy was there to MC and to cajole the crowd into cleaning up the area after the show was over. Not sure if the band was dosed for this show, but I know many of us in the audience were!
-Grateful Dave (03/07/2010)


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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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