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04/28/89
Irvine Meadows Ampitheatre - Irvine, CA

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Little Red Rooster
Peggy-O
Queen Jane Approximately
Just A Little Light
Ramble On Rose
Picasso Moon
Bird Song

Set 2:
Crazy Fingers
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
Terrapin Station
Drums
The Wheel
I Need A Miracle
Standing On The Moon
Sugar Magnolia
Touch Of Grey

Encore:
The Mighty Quinn

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Comments:

This is the best show in the world.
-Adam


It ain't me guys.
-SC


This show smokes !!
Above average for a kick ass year to begin with!!

1st set was very tight. Highlites were Peggy O, 1st time Picasso, and a sweet bird song!

2nd set was INSANE!! => Crazy Fingers> Playin' in the Band> Uncle John's Band> Playin' in the Band> Terrapin Station> EPIC!!!!

Need A Miracle> Standing On The Moon
Sugar Magnolia> Touch of Grey > Need I say more!!!

Maybe the best 2nd set in 10 years
*Damn...I need a drink now!!!*


-LosslessHead


Picasso Moon has to be the worst song I've ever heard (or at least tied w Victim or the Crime). How did they not realize what a piece of *#@^ it was and put thing in the trash
-Mark (02/19/2011)


I love me some Picasso Moon!
- (12/22/2013)


If I'm not mistaken we had a frat-boy get on stage and give Jerry a dancin' thumbs up to his face from about three feet and was ushered off.
- (12/04/2014)


Maybe someone else remembers the cheech and chong 2 ounce doobie on the audience left walkway area during intermission. I remember throngs of people shouting "send it this way" from every direction... As intermission ended, i hit the fattest roach id ever seen as it happend to come my way. By then It was about 1 1/2 inch long and 1 1/2 inch wide. My first quinn. What a goood time!
-Mike c (03/16/2017)


After a listen, this is a great played laid back show of the late 80's. Not high energy like a hampton show, but an "i caught a few waves earlier today" kind of jam. Very west coast. Very crisp and clean. Precise.
We make wrinkles, advertize them as creases. Lol. My 12th show.
-Mike c (03/16/2017)


compare 2nd set of this show to 07-02-1988, Oxford Plains Speedway, ME. Identical all the way to The Wheel. I'm partial to Oxford Plains because I was there but I remember thinking that any combo of Playin'/Uncle John's is the Socratic ideal of a Grateful Dead set 2. Also i was frying pretty hard.
- (11/28/2017)


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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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