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07/04/87
Sullivan Stadium - Foxboro, MA

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Hell In A Bucket
West LA Fadeaway
Tons Of Steel
Little Red Rooster
Box Of Rain
Althea

Set 2:
Uncle John's Band
Playin' In The Band
Drums
Truckin'
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones

Set 3:
Times They Are A-Changin'
Man Of Peace
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
John Brown
I Want You
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Queen Jane Approximately
Chimes Of Freedom
Slow Train
Joey
All Along The Watchtower

Encore:
Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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Comments:

It was soooooooooo hot. Like 100degrees in the lot. The show was so-so although I did meet Bill Walton in the lot
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Dylan was lit up like a x-mas tree. His berret was to tight and to much wine
-Anonymous


Garbage, crap. lazy effort. It was actually one dead set and one dylan set. Both are horrific.
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E: Knockin' On Heaven's Door
last played 11.17.78
-Perrinswolf (03/27/2007)


Oh, it wasn;t that bad!! I remember the Dead's set was 1 long one, not 2. Interesting how they melded the vibe of 2 sets into one. Anyway, arrived there from Rochester show on the off day morning. Set-up shop in the parking lot. We were one of maybe 3 cars there, and as far as the eye can see....port-o-potties...fresh and clean. Ahhhhh! Authorities came and moved us out to a holding lot until the main lot was open. Possibly the day of show...don;t remember. You could hear the soundcheck.

It was a real treat to see Garcia play pedal steel during the Dylan set. But, actually this was the beginning of the end with the record release in a day or two, and a lot of folks seemingly "deadheads" now.
-rob cal (01/29/2010)


what a cheap ploy- BUY OUR CD- play 85% of the album in the first set.
-Anonymous (10/23/2010)


I wondered if it was just me & my friend Owen who thought the show sucked but I guess not- after in the parking lot we were sort of bummed talking about this, then we put on a Stevie Ray Vaughn tape and rocked out, that was the best part of the night. Who knew the two best bands/musicians of the 20th century could play together and be so bad.
- (04/13/2011)


Hey I didn't know my email address would show- any way to delete that? And I meant to say two "of the" best bands/musicians, not "the" best!
-Matt from Durango (04/13/2011)


Man, Deadheads are the biggest bunch of whining crybabies. This is a fine show. The world's greatest Dylan cover band backing up Dylan AND a new album showcase. Yet people bitch about those two things, not the execution, but the things themselves. Sheesh. Go find a soundboard, don't listen to the nattering nabobs of negativism.
- (07/04/2011)


Got to agree with nydave, this show is great, so what if dylan was shot as hell, the fact jerry played pedal steal during a bit of the dylan set was worth the howl alone. And the preceeding Dead set was fantastic. all well played jams and the Uncle J's -> Playin' was tight.

One final thing, if a band is releasing an album, why wouldn't you wanna hear the jams live. In order it was actually a pretty good exebition of their new sound, and then the rest of the set was a taste of the past. They had been playing the same songs for ten years, some over 20, so you can't begrudge some of the finest musicians on the planet if they wanna change things up to keep themselves interested. otherwise it would become a bore for them, like it was near the end. I personally enjoyed it. And Bob dylan wasn't as bad as he was in '86, so that's another plus.
-Murphy (03/02/2014)


Anyone who says this is a bad show is full of shit.
- (07/04/2014)


come on guys. do you not know what
you are listening to. it's the dead
with a future nobel prize winner and best of all someone (i presume jerry)
playing a very sweet and soulful pedal steel!
- (03/19/2017)


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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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