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03/20/86
Hampton Coliseum - Hampton, VA

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Little Red Rooster
Friend Of The Devil
It's All Over Now
Row Jimmy
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Althea
Box Of Rain

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
Drums
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Encore:
U.S. Blues

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Comments:

This was my first show. only knew FRiend and Not fade away (buddyHolly only) But they did a lot of sing alongs and I figured out when to sing "we will get by" "row jimmy row" "hey now" and "ashes ashes all fall down" went by myself so nobody could help. Met some cool friends and had a blast. Saw about 50 more shows before it was done and never missed a Hampton show from then on.
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"hey now?" wouldnt that be iko iko?

"we will get by?" wouldnt that be touch of grey?
-Anonymous


Who could forget the boys pulling out the first Box of Rain in like 13 years. I love Hampton!
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Wheeee. First Box of Rain since..... Whatever. Sorry, but as a singer.... Phil sucks balls.
-Anonymous


Hampton was the best,the boys always broke out with great shows there and always a treat thrown in. THE BOX on this night, Visions Of Johanna the night before, and the Roadrunner opener the final night.
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what about the smokin Estimated.
Hampton my fav to see the boys.

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Right before Box Bob says "Practice makes perfect" Then the first few notes of Box come out. It takes the crowd a little bit to realize what we were hearing and then the place erupted. Hampton was an awesome place
-Mack


Hampton was always like a spaceship...that "box of rain" was like rocket fuel.
Awesome show
-hohw89


Man o man. That show was something else. We could hardly hear BOR over the roar of the crowd!
-anon


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Touch-Couple of lyrical flubs "I vs we get by" yet excellent way theme start to the show.
Rooster-Crowd howls after Bobby sings same
Row Jimmy-Solid all around
Uncle-False start, Brent interesting chords
Box of Rain-Very well done considering how long it had been. Don't complain about Phil's voice, does not get better with age.

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Iko Iko-Bobby flubs lyrics left and right where Jerry usually singing.
Estimated-Kent, your spot on, check out the mind melt trippy reverb after "Well I know..." Bobby loses his mind and you can hear the echo from the matrix tape
Wharf Rat-top notch tranistion out of Drums, with Jerry doing a chord bending cosmic chords.

Hellavah good shoe.

-Brianmerrilyn (04/23/2008)


My 3rd or 4th show and my first show while trippin - wow, unreal. Does any else remember the blotter goin around there - tiger striped paper. My buddy Carlos (who I met a few days earlier at O.U in Athens, OH) and I kept dancin all night looking at each smilin sayin "tigered out". When Box of Rain began the roar was so loud you really couldn't even hear the song too well. Then that Iko and Estimated seemed especially tailored for the trippers...
After the show, I was still so UP that I was just boppin around the parking lot meeting people, hanging out and must've lost track of time because before I knew it the parking lots were emptied and I had know idea where our car was. Never did find and my crew left w/o me, so I said fuck it - I'll just walk back to the hotel....I think it's, ehhh, that way! Down the road I go - in a city I've never been, still dosin out big time, walkin down a major busy road w no sidewalk, thinkin, hoping, I was going in the right direction. After about SEVEN FREAKIN MILES some kind female heads picked me up and drove the final mile to the hotel (yeah, I WAS going in the right direction). My buddies were like "where the hell were you??". I couldn't even begin to explain. I ended up ditching them the next day and driving up to Philly when those two east coast girls and met up w some other friends...what a Spring Tour
-Mark (12/13/2010)


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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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