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09/16/87
Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Scarlet Begonias
Little Red Rooster
Dire Wolf
My Brother Esau
High Time
Let It Grow
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Bertha
Greatest Story Ever Told
Devil With A Blue Dress
Good Golly Miss Molly
Devil With A Blue Dress
He's Gone
Drums
Truckin'
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Encore:
Black Muddy River

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Comments:

Baba Olatunji opened. The vibe was still in the air as the band opened with Touch of Grey>Scarlet Begonias. Also, the first of two High Times played at the Garden on this run of 5 shows.
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The opening of this is fabulous. Scarlet is awesome. Thanks Sirius,

Rick
- (02/28/2009)


Wait a minute, y'all. What about the Greatest Story-Devil-Miss Molly mash-up?!?! Bobby & Brent goin' sick-ass old school!?!? It was a kick in the ass!!
- (04/25/2009)


anyone remember this?? after leaving the stage, and B4 the encore of muddy river, they played end of NFA, then end GDTFB. very odd!
-rob (08/11/2009)


Just heard part of this on XM (He's Gone, drums/space Truckin, Wharf)
Jerry's voice sounds pitiful - like he's 80 yrs old...
-Mark (01/10/2011)


Great show, excellent vibe in the Garden this run. This night had the best wharf rat solo you'll ever hear and then two nights later the sickest morning dew. Jerry literally howling during some of these songs, especially He's gone
- (04/16/2013)


My girlfriend and I had tickets to all of the shows for the MSG run. On this night, we were originally going to go into the city and sell our tickets for what we paid for them. We were completely wiped out from the show the niught before and wanted to save our energy for the rest of th the shows On the way in, I got sideswiped by a PA (Port Authority Bus) going into the Lincoln Tunnel (it was rush hour). At that point, all pissed off and everything else I decided that I needed to see this show. On our way in, we always asked each oher what song we would like to hear that night. My girlfriend almost always said Jack Straw, sicne that is her favorite. This night, I said I wanted to hear a Scarlet, just Scarlet, not Scarlet-Fire. Well I got my scarlet almost right away. For me, that show ended up beign just great, to this day i am happy now that I got hit by a bus, I am sure there are very few people that can say that. Miss you Jerry.
- (07/25/2014)


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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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