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Kiel Auditorium - St. Louis, MO

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Friend Of The Devil
C.C. Rider
Brown-Eyed Women
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
Row Jimmy
Looks Like Rain
Stagger Lee
Promised Land

Set 2:
Good Time Blues
Estimated Prophet
Terrapin Station
Not Fade Away
Black Peter
Around And Around
Good Lovin'

U.S. Blues

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Best Terrapin I've ever heard. The roof almost came off. Definitely one of those "moments"

Stagger Lee-Last played 12.4.79
-Perrinswolf (03/27/2007)

Good Time Blues aka Never Trust A Woman
- (07/05/2009)

A little old lady coming out of the backstage door towards the end of the first set gave me her backstage pass. I used it to get inside through the main entrance and then threw it out a window to a friend of mine on the sidewalk below. Good times!
- (10/04/2010)

Decent, but not spectacular summer '82 show, especially coming off the hotly played night before. I toured by myself that summer and got robbed and beaten a little by a black guy at the Greyhound bus station. That was disturbing, but shortly after that I saw on the lawn of some public buildings a bunch of deadheads (20?) sleeping in the sun. Likely resting from the previous show. A hot, but pretty St. Louis day.

Inside we had a great time. Stranger to open!! I remember the Stagger Lee was special and some energy stirred. The stage lighting was really pretty this night likely since one of the few indoor shows this summer. Good Promised Land to close.

2nd set was odd and never saw another quite like it. I would see several sets with less songs played starting around '86. Regardless, opened with Good Times Blues (aka Never Trust A Woman). I was not familiar with this, but enjoyed with the help of some "kind" from a pleasant soul. Definitely helped to make up for being tosseled earlier.

Estimated > Terrapin was definitely the highlight of the 2nd set. Somewhat subdued is this 2nd set yet fairly well-played. D/S were pleasant and seem to pass by quickly. If I recall properly, the band started rocking after this. Black Peter was a big Jerry moment and Bobby complimented with fine Good Lovin'! We were on the floor in the very back. The seats pretty much covered the entire floor. At the end of the show, we were standing on our seats dancing. Good Times Indeed!!

This was another show I had to search a while to find a copy of. 2nd set is short and the tape has a cut somewhere before or after Terrapin. Lots of noise, but one can still get a sense of it all.

Shorter, but good show. I would give it a 7/10. The band was probably eager to get to Alpine for their 2 day stint. And we all know how that turned out. Anyway, now you know a little about this otherwise over-looked show.
- (03/15/2013)

After all of the above and look what I forgot >>>>> NOT FADE AWAY out of D/S!!! Sorry I got hung up on the details. The GD did not play too many more NFA out of D/S so I am glad I caught this show.
- (03/15/2013)

Really nice 1st set. BEW & FOTD are exceptional.
-stagger lee (04/05/2015)

Jerry makes Tiger sing and growl throughout the show. Lots of very well played tunes in the first set (CC Rider, Brown Eyes Women, Friend of the Devil, Looks like Rain). Set II is a little perfunctory (especially pre-Drums) but well played nonetheless. Good Bobby rap during Good Lovin'.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (12/26/2018)

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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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