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11/26/82
Bob Marley Performing Arts Center - Montego Bay, Jamaica

Set 1:
Sugaree
New Minglewood Blues
Loser
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
Althea
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Drums
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away
Black Peter

Encore:
Good Lovin'

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Comments:

The boys were just one of a slew of bands in the "Reggae Sunsplash" festival in Jamaica. What a scene! Throw a couple thousand deadheads in the mix with Jamaica and the Rastafarian Air and you've got a whole different attitude. It may have been one of the Dead's strangest venues ever, playing in the same show as bands such as the B52's and Gladys Knight & the Pips. Some of the reggae greats playing in their home venue made the scene very special - all the Wailers (sans Bob, of course) including the I-Three's and Rita Marley, and Peter Tosh just rocked! Jimmy Cliff also made the scene and played to a highly enthusiastic crowd. The Dead may never have started a show this late (or early) - I think they came onstage around 3AM. It was a show heavily infused with reggae overtones; a very "ska" Sugaree opener and lots of reggae rhythms on many other tunes (Scarlet>Fire, Women are Smarter, Throwin>NFA). Because of the number of bands and some apparent time limitations, the show was shorter than average, but the boys seemed to be having fun despite the wee hours - Jerry and Bob smilin with a very upbeat flavor. This was the only international show I was ever able to catch.
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People don't really know, but Bobby and the midnights opened the show. Download their set on shn format at GDlive.com
-Anonymous


Fire on the Mountain while the sun was rising...the sky was blazing red hot...need I say more?
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This was a three day festival. Bobby and the Midnights DID NOT open the show.
The Dead played the first night. Bobby and the Midnights played the second night. As for highlights this was the first and only time that the Dead played to a sun rise. Hard to believe.
-Anonymous


they played till sunrise many times, perhaps the most documented show was NYE 78'
-Anonymous


Only time playing OUTDOORS to a sunrise! You could see the boys stalling the intro to Fire, until the sun actual began to come up over the hills. The venue was on a peninsula, right on the water, awesome show. The entire 3 days was filmed professionally by Feyline Productions, but the video never surfaced, WHERE ARE THEY!!!
- (07/11/2008)


Actually it was not the "Reggae Sunsplash" But the "Jamaica World Music Fest".
- (10/13/2010)


Niceshow
-1x1 (11/25/2011)


Love this show! One if my first tapes and crispy boards. Phil's bass has such a different tone to it, sounds more like John Kahn. Grateful Dead meets reggae...that's bliss.
- (11/26/2015)


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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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