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07/08/87
Civic Center - Roanoke, VA

Set 1:
Hell In A Bucket
Sugaree
It's All Over Now
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Good Time Blues
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Big Railroad Blues
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
Drums
Crazy Fingers
Truckin'
Comes A Time
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Black Muddy River

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Comments:

Great show. It was a very small venue and the Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain had some of the most unusual echo effects.
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Great show. All Jerry 2nd set. Hot as hell that summer, sweet venue. Also the Ms. Virginia contest was being held at the hotel across the street. When 2 worlds collide
-Mack


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Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
Combo last played on 7.4.87
-Perrinswolf


clearly you mean 7-4-84....

this show is damn fine for 87 :)
-me (02/23/2008)


Me, indeed you are correct, all apologies. Wonderful spirited Sugar Magnolia and soulful Black Muddy River.
-Perrinswolf (10/08/2008)


Had a great time at this show. Very small indoor venue for the Dead to be playing....approx. 10,500. Tough ticket. Hot as could be that day. Good Time Blues, a.k.a.--Never Trust a Woman was a treat. As was the Dupree's before that. Crazyfingers and Comes a Time at the back end of the set was wonderful. Last Comes a Time of the 80's.
-rob cal (01/29/2010)


Bucket...jacked up up from the first note !
Sugaree....Grateful Shred !
DDN...Never a "bad" DDN..party in full force now...
Never Trust a Woman...oh well..somke another one..oh yeah buddy next is
Masterpiece !! Can't go wrong with a '87 Masterpeice right before the Dead/Dylan tour..little fast tho...makes me want to listen to the '74 Dylan/Band...
BRR...time to dance and twirl...
LIG...somke another one..those first few notes are like "right on Bro we are gonna get a "Let it Grow!...beats the heck out of the 90's where we would say ..all right we get a "Samba"..but I digress
2md set - Jerry's set -
Scarlet/Fire/....love the aaudience...miss the band way too much to ever say there is a "bad one"...what would you give to see them do Scarlet/Fire again..?

Estimated..FUNKY..Psycho ...screaming preaching Bob and The Fat Man going all over the place @ 4:00-5:10 solo..Rainbows end down that highway where ocean breezes blow...then praise the maker we get a

"He's Gone" ....again ..miss 'em too much..never a bad one..(you may know better but I miss them too much...)
Drums>Space...hey its '87...no one else was doing this..My God "Jefferson airplane/starship"..were playing the Fargo State Fair...uggggh

Crazy Fingers..are you kidding me....man i thought it was just the srictnine..time to find those twirling girls....
TRUCKIN.....THE GD IN ALL THEIR TYE_DYED ACID SOAKED GLORY....
Comes a time...so rare and sweet....needed to slow down anyways...Oh boy "SUGAR MAG..always get ya back up...
what will they close with....please maybe a Fantasy..or a brokedown...no f'n way BLACK MUDDY RIVER !!!!! thanks guys....
- (07/08/2011)


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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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