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Seattle Center Coliseum - Seattle, WA

Set 1:
Mississippi Half-Step
Franklin's Tower
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
New Minglewood Blues
Stagger Lee
El Paso
Brown-Eyed Women

Set 2:
Don't Ease Me In
Samson And Delilah
Terrapin Station
Playin' In The Band
Stella Blue
Around And Around

Shakedown Street

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this is a very nice show...the half step>franklin's opener is as smooth as flows at a nice mellow pace...shakedown encore is a surprise!

This is a damn grateful show...grate sugaree..terrapin will have you wondering where you are..:)..get it folks..grate pace and it carried me all the way to Shakedown Street..

Peggy-O and Stagger Lee first set are nice Jerry tunes, and a Brent Passenger 3 months in the band.
Sugaree>Terrapin is a very nice combo with bluesey 74esque jamming in Truckin'.

-Perrinswolf (05/23/2007)

row jimmy is right half step>franklin's is smooth and the keyboards in the middle of franklins shows that brent has some stuff. im listening to this show for the first time and its really a fun show. sweet peggo-o...mean minglewood...grooving brown eye woman with red grenadine and then passenger is awesome with jerry jamming with a slide and brent and bobby wail jamming on their instruments backing up jerrys crazy fast fingers. very sweet sugaree and terrapin station is awesome but then my stream ends...awe...ive got to get the whole show
- (10/17/2007)

Last show of the last full tour with Jerry's Wolf. Not to be seen again til Hampton '89.
-Murphy (05/08/2013)

Stella Blue>Truckin-excellent seque & a spirited Around by Bobby!
- (08/24/2013)

the shakedown caught me offguard - was getting ready for the end jam...they blew that off on this night
- (05/19/2014)

It's crazy to think that Phil needed to warn people to stop setting fireworks off inside the building before the show. Could you imagine what would happen in this day and age if someone was a. able to even get fireworks into a show and then b. light them off inside the building! Wowzers!
-Fred (03/30/2018)

We were there in line the night before, just my friend Vince and I. Then someone opened the door from inside and let us in! We were cruising all over the coliseum! I had worn a greek fisherman's hat since the San Jose show earlier in the year, and my friend had on his pig pen cowboy hat. There were heads roaming all over the place. No authorities in sight. Most were going to hide under the stage until the show started the next night. We even made it up to the cat walk at the top of the coliseum! I grabbed my friends hat and threw it like a frisbee off the top of the cat walk down into the empty coliseum, then immediately went to grab my hat before he could. But it wasn't there! No idea what happened to it! If you listen to the audience recording, you can hear my other friend yell after the line, "You thought you were the cool fool..." He yells "Yeah!" and it's clear as day on Marc's recording. How many 2nd set Sugarees do you know?
- (02/08/2020)

>>> thank you Sirius for playing the 7/1/1979 show today...

IKO IKO on & on ...
- (09/04/2020)

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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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