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04/20/84
Philadelphia Civic Center - Philadelphia, PA

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Cold Rain And Snow
Beat It On Down The Line
Cumberland Blues
Little Red Rooster
Brown-Eyed Women
My Brother Esau
It Must Have Been The Roses
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Samson And Delilah
Drums
I Need A Miracle
Morning Dew
Around And Around
Johnny B. Goode

Encore:
Day Job

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Comments:

What a great time! Hall was as bad as it was when Jim Morrison had his run in with the law there!

BIODTL amazing!!
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One of my favorite shows attended. The place was tiny, and after having scoped out security the previous night, I found it easy to 'upgrade' my 20th row seat to being on the rail dead center in front of Bobby. The Dew was the best I ever saw them play, and the Chuck Berry songs at the end just rocked the house. Great show all around!!!
-Tony Masiello


Great show from the first chords through Around.
I
Stranger-Nice powerful long solo's to start off the show
Cold Rain-Jerry's vocals strong and exuding the sound of a grizzly veteran
Rooster-Wonderful slide play by Bobby
Esau-Great version, don't know why they gave this one up
Let It Grow-excellent jam midway through, almost 2nd set spacesque in parts.

II
Scarlet>Fire-Creative solos and great interchanges.
Samson-2nd time this combo played this year. personal favorite
Miracle-comes out of drums relaxed with Phil initiating the transition. Whence the song get going, you can tell the boys had all of the cylinders workin' nice and tight.
Dew-Agreed Tony, this is a great version. Starts with remaining flickers from Miracle repeated then hits the inital chords w/perfection. Jerry gives all of his lungs for the power parts of each verse yet maintains the sad soulful tone. Main solo is not that long a slight verbal flub coming out, the lad sounded a wee bit tired perhaps, but endeavoured to persevere.



-Perrinswolf


I got this piece of rock candy..but it ain't for eatin'....it's just for lookin' through..
-diremac (10/22/2009)


Had a tough time getting to the venue the night before. Our car slid off the road in the rain and we hadn't even got out of town. We slept in the car across the street. I remember hanging out in front of that lot near a few Breed bikers listening to them commenting on the ladys walking to work. I was 14 and this was my 6th show. I remember losing my denim jacket the night before along with my ticket for this night in one of the pockets. I ended up with someone elses jacket. I got another ticket and had a great show. I remember this show being the 1st time I ran into the taper section. The mic stands looked so strange infront of the stage lights. I also thought I saw the Blues for Allah skeleton though those same lights during Scarlet>Fire. I was pretty well dosed both nights.
-Cosmic Charlie (04/19/2010)


to Perrinswolf: your comments are useless and empty - and frankly, no one here gives two shits about your opinions, you fucking show-off - get a life pal
- (12/14/2014)


Last 420 show. So sad.
- (01/24/2015)


EdBlack69 You are more in need of getting a life than Perrinswolf. You could have ignored his review, but instead you chose to through in unwarranted negativity. Talk about useless and empty.
- (04/23/2018)


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- (04/23/2018)


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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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