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Brendan Byrne Arena - East Rutherford, NJ

Set 1:
New Minglewood Blues
Tennessee Jed
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Bird Song
Maybe You Know How I Feel
West LA Fadeaway
My Brother Esau
Looks Like Rain
Touch Of Grey

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Uncle John's Band
Black Queen
Iko Iko
The Other One
Black Peter
One More Saturday Night

Johnny B. Goode

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Black Queen with Stephen Stills

shitty show, jerry was smashes on tequila. I also smoked a few joints with him

yea man i rolled the j's for jer

Hindsight is always 20/20 -- but ever since JG passed I realized there never, ever was a bad show.....
- (04/12/2008)

Besides Smoking a few joints with Jer, did you smoke his meat too????...IDIOT!!

- (01/06/2009)

Two great shows, ignore previous posts. First shows there. You had to line up single file to get past the chain link fence that surrounded this beautiful coliseum. As you stood there people walked by selling acid in the most awesome array of sheets I had ever seen in one place. I chose pink doves with no regrets.... ;) I wish I could do it all again!
-Bossgobbler (11/12/2010)

smoking with Jerry. Really? Really?
- (05/14/2011)

Funny how serious people take music made by the least serious people on the planet. Even their "worst" show (whatever that means) is better then most other music ever performed live. Bands usually last 5, maybe 10 years before spliting up cause of drama, or one person gets more attention and the others get jeleous, which never happened with the boys from the gold coast. Funny how noone ever gives credit where credit is due.

either way, if you listen to the music like you listen to your friends jam, you'll never be disapointed. Most people who call out shows (even i used to do it) are only doing so because they are comparing it to a more intense show which they mark as the standard for the sound of the dead they expect to hear every time. One show is never better or worse then another, it just had different circumstances which were out of the boys hands and different people enjoyed the result in different ways.

Show like this one just prove how few f**ks were given by the boys and how awesome the result was when they all locked into to heady vibe. I say, let people make their comparissons, it only hurts them when they replace good vibes with judgemental ones, i'll just keep listenin and smilin, cause thats all you can do now.
-Murphy (10/09/2013)

Also, Second Bob Star. It sounds like a little minute and a half peom that bob weir sings before the Other One. Anyone confirm or correct this statement?
-Murphy (10/09/2013)

Yes, I can confirm that, I called it "One of them Little Stars" in my book..
- (05/12/2016)

Steve Stills joined the band for Black Queen, then attempted to sing a verse in Iko Iko but just made up some lyrics and then came back out to join them for Johnny B Goode. We had driven into NYC early in the day to buy tickets from a scalping agency, to find out there were actually 2 shows (pre-internet w/limited info available) so bought tickets for both shows. Stills joined them the second night as well - two excellent shows as far as I am concerned!!
- (02/21/2018)

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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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