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07/10/89
Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Franklin's Tower
Walkin' Blues
Jack-A-Roe
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Tennessee Jed
The Music Never Stopped
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Foolish Heart
Just A Little Light
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
Drums
Iko Iko
All Along The Watchtower
Morning Dew
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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Comments:

Great Foolish Heart. Big, powerful opening chords.
-Nick Leone


Great show! Intense lightning storm... The Neville Brothers with them playing Aiko-Aiko was so hot it smoked! Drums/Space kicked ass! The only bummer that I can remember was the sound problems after the storm - Morning Dew was a beauty, and Sugar Mags was beyond description...
What is it with the Neville Brothers bringing out the best in Mickey & Billy? They did that at the Kaiser center in '85 too... I've only been to 5 shows, but that was my favorite of all of them
-Anonymous


How 'bout Jerry adlibing on Tenn Jed... "You konw your bound to wind up WET!"
-Anonymous


Great drum jam with Willie Green from the Neville Brothers. It appears on Infared Roses.
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if you were there, you know the significance of the lightning during "the music never stopped"...Bobby sang it, the heavens chimed in with lightning, another friggin' intense GD moment.
- (06/09/2008)


this show has been renamed

Drippin' & Trippin'

jumped the wall and groooooved al night
-fwwank (12/12/2008)


YES Lesh!

I remember it well...

...balls of lightning roll along
-fwwank (12/12/2008)


video from this show :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCly5cGwMlg&feature=related
-Anonymous (01/13/2009)


Holy lighting storm is right!! Great to see the Neville Bros. join in as they did back on 7/6/87. Check that out! Great 2 night run. Jack-a-Roe did it for me.
-rob cal (01/30/2010)


Was right up between soundboard and stage with my bud gonesey. during music never stopped lighting srikes all over the place. he said ink it billy , isaid pen won"t right no more.Then they anonced every one needed to leave the field, I looked at gones he looked at me, I said i not going nowhere aparently everyone else stayed to. If your going to get struck dead I could think of no better place, the band was on fire and so was my brain!!!!
- (07/21/2010)


Balls of lightening did roll along. My group was in the first row up in the mezzanine and water filled where you stood. It's shows like that you never forget nor do you care that you are standing in 2 fett of water. Sweeeeet!!!
-glenn (03/16/2013)


My all-time favorite. This show changed my life. Sure there was lightning on demand, rain, heads pouring over the wall, the Nevilles, the whole scene but mine is a love story. A former girlfriend (now wife of 22 years) called me out of the blue with an extra ticket (she didn't tell her boyfriend)so we got together, drove down and we've been together ever since. Oh yeah, there was a surreal GD show that night but that is second on my list of fond memories of 7/10/89. AJ July 10, 2013
-Anonymous (07/10/2013)


I was at this show. Had a great seat on Jerry's side right by the speaker bank. Took my friend's sister to her first show and she was a gamer - stayed out in the rain. Actually a big weather event that night - tornadoes in the northeast. HUGE thunder and lightening. I remember thinking - I'm standing here in the pouring rain to listen to Tennessee Jed? I can't believe the band kept playing. Of all the Giant's Stadium shows, this one and the one where they opened with Eyes are the most memorable for me. I hit the road the next day to catch some great RFK shows and went camping on the beach in Delaware. What week!
- (10/31/2016)


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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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