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09/05/82
Glen Helen Regional Park - Devore, CA

Set 1:
Playin' In The Band
Shakedown Street
New Minglewood Blues
Samson And Delilah
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

Set 2:
Sugaree
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
Truckin'
Drums
Not Fade Away
Black Peter
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
U.S. Blues
Satisfaction

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Comments:

Breakfast in Bed with the Grateful Dead!
I think this was a morning show at a festival...sounds sweet.

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sounds sweet...but it sucked. i was there, third day of a hot, dusty crowded festival and the dead were not at their best.
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i was also there...the outdoor setting and the time of day made it cool for me despite the conditions. my memory says they did Morning Dew! am i wrong?
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Show started at 9am, and like Mike said, they were not in top form. But it was my first show and it brought me back 100 or so times, so it couldn't have sucked that bad.

There were some heat related problems, reason for the short sets and long break, but Wavy Gravy entertained us at intermission and like I said... I was kinda hooked from the minute Phil said, "settle back and spread cuz it's time for breakfast in bed with the Grateful Dead"
- (07/20/2011)


I was there also and thought they played well. Weir was into it alot. Read after that Weir said that he was having a blast playing and he alluded that the band had fun also. Saw a picture of Jerry walking to the helicopter in Time magazine's article about the festival. Jerry had a briefcase in his hand. What was in there Jerry? That festival must have been s major scoring place for the bands that played there!
-Anonymous (05/18/2013)


I don't know about the conditions, cause i wasn't there. but from a strictly musical perspective, the boys sounded like they were just havin fun. didn't really seem like they cared if they played every note perfect, it was just a good morning with some good tunes.
But, like i said, i can't comment on the conditions of the festival, which certainly adds a tone to someones memory of a show.
-Murphy (09/18/2013)


Murph... it was brutal. Over 100 all weekend and this was Day 3. The whole weekend was "sick" (in the vernacular of the youth). Check out the lineup http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US_Festival

Before this weekend I was listening exclusively to a dozen or so bands (LZ, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Yes, Bowie, etc). After... I opened up to EVERYTHING.

By Sunday morning I was completely trashed. Spent 1/2 of the Police in the Med Tent with an asthma attack. Woke up Sunday morning, told my friends I was skipping the hippy band... someone pressed a 1/8 of mushrooms into my hand and said, (and I swear this is true, before Phil said it)... "Dude... Dead for breakfast". We walked a 1/2 mile over and KABOOM... that was that.
- (08/01/2014)


That's awesome, Phil! Great story. I,too, was gonna skip my 1st(in 91). Thank God for our friends, huh? They knew that we'd know ;) mine was lysergic. White Fluff, I believe.
-C Mo (01/09/2017)


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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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