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06/21/84
Kingswood Music Theater - Toronto, Canada

Set 1:
Hell In A Bucket
They Love Each Other
C.C. Rider
Bird Song
Beat It On Down The Line
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Looks Like Rain
Might As Well

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Good Time Blues
Samson And Delilah
Terrapin Station
Drums
The Wheel
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Encore:
New Orleans
Big Boss Man
Iko Iko

Download/Listen to this Show at Archive.org

Comments:

Probably one of the best Scarlet Fire Combos I've heard. Still trying to find it on SHN. Currently only seen it on MP3
Email me if anyone has it on SHN Would love to trade.
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whoo! the dead rock hogtown! 'gOod Time blues' is actually 'never trust a woman'. I say we put together a mix tape of just brent on a sweet 2 hr Maxell tape. I'd throw in 'Maybe you Know How I feel', on it
-Anonymous


Okay, good show. Great second set.
-Nick


A GREAT SCARLET/FIRE JAM. I LOST MY MAXELL TAPE OF THIS SHOW A FEW YEARS BACK. LOOKING FOR THIS SHOW ON CD. I AM WILLING TO TRADE. IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT JISCV@AOL.COM-THANKS
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Members of The Band play on all three songs of the encore.
(The Band opened)
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I've never heard Garcia fuck up so many lyrics. Amazing show instrumentally however.
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I was at this show and I fucked up more lyrics than Garcia, but then again, I just came out of a coma and I wasn't
always sure what song they were playing.








I was at this show and I fucked up more lyrics than Garcia. But then again I"d
just come out of a coma and I wasn"t always sure what song they were playing.
Why are the lyrics so important?








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This was our honeymoon show. The bride was a big Band fan, they opened. I liked Wavey Gravey and Ken Keasey as MCs. The Hell opener was reved up and under the mid-day blue skies L.L. Rain was a real laugh (Bobby ,"I don't care what you're thinking, it looks like rain"). It was a Seva benefit and we bucked up for the good seats. E-mail me if you can trade a cd.
Kevin
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At this writing (2/05) you can download a legal version of this great show at

http://www.archive.org/audio/etree-details-db.php?id=15655

(You'll need a high-speed internet connection, and even then plan on 3-5 hours of download time).

Glen
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I drove up to Michigan from Florida to visit family then I drove my Chevy S-10 to this show.
There I met up with people I had travelled with previously and spent the entire tour with them. Everyone loaded into into my pick-up with no cover on the back.
It only rained once that entire tour in Kansas City, and what a torrential thunderstorm it was !
This is for Tye-Dye John, Mark-Steve, John G. from East Sandwich, Vinnie from Rye, New York....
I wonder where all of you are now.....
I'm still alive !!!
- (09/07/2010)


DRUMS to End First Set; this is not on any of the set lists but it happened. Why is if missing? Where did it go?
-Canada Migration Special Drums Calling (10/07/2011)


Nice to be in Canada with The Band ...and THE BAND.
-Anonymous (03/02/2012)


"DRUMS to End First Set"

It's cool that you remember things that never happened...me too sometimes ...
-Anonymous (09/28/2013)


When Jerry sang "inspiration!" A roller coaster was peaking on one of the larger hills and the Sun was going down behind it...that was very nice. Wonderful time in Wonderland.
-Bossgobbler (10/10/2013)


Lol, everyone boos Wavy Gravy when he thanks the Canadian Government, mad funny.

This show is unbelievable, the jams and the transitions are just butter. And honestly, if jerry fucks up his lyrics, who are any of us to judge, we couldn't do nearly half of what he could/did. Besides that, whats a few missed notes between friends?
-Murphy (11/25/2013)


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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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