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Manor Downs - Austin, TX

Set 1:
Little Red Rooster
Don't Ease Me In
My Brother Esau
Brown-Eyed Women
The Music Never Stopped
Might As Well

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
The Wheel
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Brokedown Palace

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Great show, with a great setlist!
-Steven (09/11/2009)

I had heard this was the worst show of that late summer tour from those who were there, but it meant a lot to me.
I was 22 and totally hooked on this band. I packed everything into my Jeep in South Florida and headed northwest alone.
I met so many cool people at this show. I ended up giving two guys from New Jersey a ride back up the east coast. I don't remember their names, but I hung out with them during the fall tour on and off.
One was from North Bergen and the other from Bagota. I wonder where they are now ?
I also ran into Mark-Steve at this show and told him of John Mandell's fate.
Two girls tried to pick me up and get me to leave with them before the show started, I told them I had driven from Florida and was NOT leaving. I couldn't find them later.
I also met a very cool chick who had been on the whole tour and hung with her up front during the show. She was a true Deadhead and was there for the same reason I was...the Music.
Maybe one of you will read this and remember.

- (09/07/2010)

Gotta be one of the best Scarlet's Jerry ever played. Each note in it's perfect place.
- (07/28/2011)

One of the slowest and laid back Might as wells i've ever heard. The first set had a lag from somewhere, i think i heard a few PA's blow out during Litlle Red Rooster, so maybe they couldn't hear eachother, not to mention Bob Weir sounded like there was a lot going wrong by the end of Set 1 and he said there was a lot to fix, which i assume from everything i've heard about the "Crack equipment team" means replace. The second set seemed to have an entire range of freq.s missing from it, so i think there were some serious technical problems which ended up drastically effecting the set. Because most of the time they boys sounded on point, but it did seem like a strugle to get to thet point everytime. whatever the reason, i have to agee with Mr. Williams, this is not one of their better shows, in fact, it can probably be deemed the least exciting of the year. But, hey, whats a few rough shows between friends. Peace and love to all, definitely check this show out, some good moments hidden within the mess.
-Murphy (10/30/2013)

Sounds ok to me . Jerry sounds great .
-Jeff (09/13/2022)

Hear Jerry shred. Shred, Jerry, shred.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (01/28/2023)

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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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