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Frost Amphitheater, Stanford University - Palo Alto, CA

Set 1:
Alabama Getaway
Greatest Story Ever Told
They Love Each Other
On The Road Again
Beat It On Down The Line
West LA Fadeaway
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Dupree's Diamond Blues
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Throwin' Stones
Touch Of Grey
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
The Other One
Morning Dew
One More Saturday Night

U.S. Blues

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My first, and to this day, Best...Touch.
An extremely homey venue, we pop bye Jer and Uncle Phil and the boys breakloose...
Playing frisbee with Brent before the show...
Phil pointedly pouring a Becks dark into a Pepsi cup...
While the years continue to combine, points in them become brighter....

excellent....fucking awesome show!

Does anyone know what Bobby sings In Truckin' during the "what in the world ever became of Sweet Jane." I can't quite grasp the wording but something funny

"Took in so much fucking dope and had her head reaaranged!"

"Ever since she had that sex change, she hasn't been the same..."

This is a GREAT show for the era- and the AUD on archive doesn't sound bad at ALL! (and I'm a soundboard lover,) the opener for the second set is rare as hell, but the true gems for this show are the Estimated, and the Eyes- in FACT the opening to eyes is VERY different- give it a listen. There's a lot of hype regarding this show, in terms of the yay they were snorting. I don't know about that - I DO know that I love the keys for this show, (And I'm a primal nut, DEFINITELY not a 80's or 90's head,!) and another thing- the timing is perfect. They are so damn tight for this show, it's downright sickening. As you already know, you can download the AUD but I have the soundboard- willing to trade to responsible heads. PEace and enjoy this 82 gem (RARE RARE I tells ya, super RARE!) you just don't get sound like this in the eighties. And I'm ALSO telling you- LISTEN to this eyes- it will change you. :) The magic is DEFINITELY in the second set- the first set is almost like a warmup for what will follow, but don't be dismayed! You still have killer material played well in the first set; it just happens to be played better and tighter in the second. :) Peace.
- (05/15/2008)

Dupree's-Jerry's guitar is on fire great to see he still had the zest to pluck for this old gem
Music>Deal-The boys are as tight as could be w/great harmonies all around.

Makes me want to give 2nd look to 82 all over again but I reckon they were up to the test due to the local venue.

Can't beat a Dew as the 2nd to last song of the 2nd set!

- (07/24/2010)

The set list says it all. 82 was such a blast. Fresh new stuff and one year after Go to Heaven. Lost/Saint, I just loved it. That album cover. Too much of everything is just enough.
- (09/07/2012)

Bobby "My stuff is working but all of Jerry's is not so we have a wait a touch"
- (03/03/2014)

I was there. '82,'83,& '84. Great Eyes & T.S.. Great crowd. Beautiful venue. What I wouldn't give for just one more Frost show ( or one more set, for that matter...or one more song.)

- (03/18/2014)

^Nerfly, they didn't play 84. But I was at these 82 ones and probably the best shows I saw. Much luv for the Frost!
-Anonymous (04/06/2014)

Morning Dew!
- (09/12/2015)

Funky West LA Fade Away,,

- (01/13/2019)

I love these shows but some clipping when Phil drops the bombs.
- (02/17/2021)

... it's the 8th of 140 West LA Fadeaway & a super Funky version... I would recommend for Dave's Pick's 4 sure ...
iko iko till the end of time...
- (07/20/2021)

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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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