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10/31/85
Carolina Coliseum (University Of South Carolina) - Columbia, SC

Set 1:

Werewolves Of London
The Music Never Stopped
West LA Fadeaway
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
Looks Like Rain
Might As Well

Set 2:
Shakedown Street
Playin' In The Band
Ship Of Fools
Drums
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Not Fade Away

Encore:
U.S. Blues

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Comments:

Hottest Shakedown street ever!Really!
Anyone got a copy of this show E-Mail back please
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Excellent show on a Holloween night. It was surreal. The stage was immaculate with jack-o-lanterns and the big rugs. The croud was so funny in every kind of costume you can imagine. Hearing the Dead open with that weird space and lights really set it off. The Looks Like Rain was well recieved considering the torrent outside thanks to hurricane Gloria. One of the best Shakedowns, and the Playing in the Band was hot. I could almost hear the wood deck creaking in the Ship of Fools and what a jam afterwords. Excellent all around.
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Without a doubt,the Shakedown in my opinion is the best. I remember that they came out like almost an hour late and spaced it up before the Werewolves and blowing the roof off with the Music Never Stopped and Bob greating all,saying "Good Evening Music Lovers" I was peeking and my Buddy was dressed up as Blues For Allah.The atmosphere in the room that night was something I will never forget. This Band beyond discription has etched my soul with happy memories that will last me all of my life. Thank You Gents.

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Just listened to this show again this Halloween. Incredible show from the spooky space to Werewolves to a Tennesee Jed where Jerry's riff after "blacked my eye and kicked my dog" was like squeezing a bowling ball through a tube of toothpaste. The whole night was a combo of fun, exquisite Jerry moments, and high-energy Bob (thought he was about to do a mosh-pit jump during Not Fade Away). Happy Halloween, y'all.
-Steve


The first and only Dead show I ever saw. I thought it was great, even though I was mostly into punk and metal at the time. The show has gone down in Carolina lore, along with The Ramones at Russel House, as one of the University's great moments.
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Windy space prior to Werevolves, which had nice early solo's but ended rather quickly.
Music-very tinny sound
Tennessee-Jerry's voice sounded so boyish soft, lovely!
LLRain-hightlight of the show. Healy had Bobby's vocals nice and high on the board mix. After the first verses "make it through the night.." Jerry exploded with measured ferocity. But it keeps getting better. The echo effect and the emotion of Bobby on 'can't take it no mo' makes this, without a shadow of a doubt THE BEST VERSION OF ALL TIIIIIME!
Might As Well-Jerry's voice going, cuts

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Shakedown-barge sound prior. Phil promiment early on.
Playin' reprise after Ship of Fools

LLRain, mark it down folks!
-Perrinswolf


Hottest Shakedown ever? This one? It might be the best you've ever heard, but in that case you might want to check out 7-6-87, for example.

This is a pretty fun show, but nothing extra mindblowing.
-August West (05/07/2007)


idk, i think the LLrain is a little forced--definitely not my fav version...space (hints of apocalypse now)/werewolves is certainly a pleasing open...
-cliftonhangar (11/01/2008)


okay, the ending of it is fantastic...i'll give you that.
-cliftonhangar (11/01/2008)


this is good shakedown but an even greater one is from 10/25/79 at veterans memorial coliseum in new haven CT, brent is on FIREEEE.
-chris (11/30/2008)


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SBD
-The Provider (12/24/2008)


HOT SHOW!! this is a smokin holloween show with a trippy space>werewolves opener, the best LLR I've ever heard and an awesome jam-heavy second set. In the second set they only play five songs but the band is hitting unique and out-there jams on and after every song. Shakedown is more than 15 minnutes of bliss to start off this hot set, plus there is a sick full band jam post dums rather than a space jam with only jerry and bob (Not to mention the huge jam out of Ship with the playin teases). All in all a fire show that you should get right now!
-jt (04/01/2009)


Only Werewolves opener, 1st Werewolves in 7 years, 10th of 12 times played.
-scott (05/06/2009)


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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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