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10/12/83
Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble On Rose
My Brother Esau
It Must Have Been The Roses
Cassidy
Cumberland Blues
Looks Like Rain
Might As Well

Set 2:
Help On The Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
He's Gone
Drums
Truckin'
Black Peter
Not Fade Away

Encore:
Revolution

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Comments:

My First ever show, second row compliments of my brother. I was blown away. The sound was so rich and full. Sadly not so often in the years after that....
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Anyone have a copy of this show??
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Man I never stopped dancing. This show was off the hook. We were trippin for the whole show, came down on revolution but then someone pssed me some crazy blunt and I was rollin' off the friggin garden. Found some hot hippy chick and boned her outside after the show.
-nick


i am sure she's not a slut
-Anonymous


I boned her too...or was that you?
-Anonymous (09/22/2008)


i think we've all boned that chick at at least one show
-Anonymous (08/05/2009)


I rubbed one out just reading the post.
I wasn't even there.
-Anonymous (08/24/2009)


Whats the big deal? We've all banged your mom at least once
-Anonymous (11/11/2009)


Also best show of 83 by far
-Anonymous (11/11/2009)


My 4th show. Nice to hear Help->Slip->Franklin's. Other than that pretty standard, as i look back. The 1st Revolution. nice
-rob cal (01/28/2010)


Not the best show of '83. Not even the best one I saw that year. Yes, we all banged "that chick" at a show. They could all do killers bjs and burritos..........
-80s head (07/17/2014)


You guys probably all banged each other.
-Kdead (10/12/2018)


One of the deepest, most meaningful musical performances of all time. By anyone. This was a defining Grateful Dead moment, one of the shows where drops of blood formed on the ceiling. It was a special event when you could feel the whole dead journey coalesce into that one night in nyc. Beautiful and frightening and joyous. If you weren't there you dont get it. And if you were there and you dont get it then you're an idiot, like just about everyone who posted here. I'm old enough to remember when deadheads were intelligent and tough and worldly. Nowadays they are just buffoons. Like you fucks.
- (02/15/2019)


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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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