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Market Square Arena - Indianapolis, IN

Set 1:
Alabama Getaway
Promised Land
Friend Of The Devil
C.C. Rider
Cumberland Blues
El Paso
Ramble On Rose
Bird Song
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Shakedown Street
Lost Sailor
Saint Of Circumstance
Big Railroad Blues
Playin' In The Band
The Wheel
Playin' In The Band
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

One More Saturday Night

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They did CC Rider real fast this night. Very special. Only time they ever did it that way. Part of the great winter roadtrip!

you must be thinking of another night. ccrider is performed just like any other night bobby made us sit thru it.

Vince is correct. The band went in to a double time ending of CC Rider. You've got to hear it!

yes - i apologize i did not listen to the whole tune. they went into it about halfway thru

Got up real close for RRR; remember that security was freaking with the dancing in the aisles. At the end of the show, hears a couple of them being told by their boss to move us along... " hey, this is the first time they've sat down ALL NIGHT!"

Loved the Shakedown opening to 2nd set.

Hey Danny, ever make it home OK?


they indeed took cc rider in double time. it cooks. bobby has never made you sit through anything. you made a choice to attend the shows. therefore, anything you listened to was by your choice. you could have left at any moment.

This was a GREAT SHOW for me.
The way MSA had the walkway 1/2 way up the bowl shape provided a circular 'runway' for a continuous twirling of colorful folks.

Yeah, cc rider= get a beer, take a piss. Good to have Bob in the band, otherwise there wouldn't be a good time to pee during the set (well, except for FOTD). Double time is trouble for anyone trying to take a long piss.
- (10/21/2009)

Anyone else remember the house lights inexplicably being turned on full blast for several seconds in the middle of a song??
-Matt (01/21/2014)

Yep half way through that cc rider it was more like an Elvis version. I love how so many people are so critical about the dead and so glad I love them more or less unconditionally. Go take a piss and stick your head in the toilet when your finished anon! Whatever, pretty sweet show nevertheless money, money, money, money,money!! Long live the music
- (04/06/2014)

Beautiful rendering of that fleet-footed '81 sound - C.C. Rider double-timed, yes, but that entire first set is something to behold - the Bird Song / Let it Grow to close sears.

2nd set is good as well, but for me that first-set energy is what propels this thing to the conclusion. I still can't believe how good that popular AUD sounds.
- (12/06/2014)

Listening to this show last night on Sirius, three words kept popping up in my head in regards to My Garcia... SO MANY NOTES! Of course this could apply to any show but the man played an astonishing number of notes during a concert. I get exhausted just trying to mimic his guitar playing after 1 or 2 songs (yes I mean air guitar - I'm 53). Especially strong are the Bob tunes like El Paso and Let it Grow. And Playin' obviously. Even more amazing than the number of notes however, is that exactly zero are wasted. Every note is purposeful. And half the time he's singing and playing at same time.
Continuing to be blown away by Jerry after almost 40 years of him in my ears.
-Jack Straw (09/13/2021)

*Mr Garcia (I would never be so selfish to claim him as My Garcia)
-Jack Straw (09/13/2021)

That double time ending to C.C. Rider doesn’t sound intentional. Upon a close listen it sounds like they were trying to go into something else coming out of the regular tempo of C.C. Rider and they couldn’t get it together so they just kicked into a double time rendition to avoid a train wreck. Quite a spontaneous save if I must say!
-Peace Pipe (12/14/2022)

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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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