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Marin County Veteran's Auditorium - San Rafael, CA

Set 1:
Iko Iko
C.C. Rider
El Paso
West LA Fadeaway
Beat It On Down The Line
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
Hell In A Bucket
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' In The Band
Don't Need Love
The Wheel
Around And Around
Johnny B. Goode

Touch Of Grey

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Setlist wise, this one is worth a listen at the least. 1st show/run of 84 in the boys backyard.

Ain't No Lie-last since 81 Warfield run

Bucket>China>Rider>Playin'-2nd of only 2 times Bucket ran into C>R>P, which was only ten times in itself

Don't Need Love-1st time played
Spoonful-5th/52 times played

E: Touch-An encore well before it was radio friendly.

I attended the first 3 of this 4 night run. I had a friend patch my Sony D6 into a chain in the newly formed taper''s section. Only GD show I was about 30 feet from Jerry.

Cool venue holding around 1400 or so. Someone said venue bldg. designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Different show but the band, and especially Jerry, showed up to play. Playing was energetic, but a tad sloppy being 3 months since their last performance (12-31-83). Interesting setlist and long. There were some equipment problems (I think Bobby stuff) so Jerry treats us to a brief, but real version of "Oh, Babe It Ain't No Lie". That was worth the trip from Connecticut right there. Then they played a rocking' long 2nd set. 20 Song Show!! Yes, this show is worth a listen.
- (10/17/2013)

Both, It ain't no lie and Don't need love were played 16 times each. this show gave everyone the last Oh Babe to begin set two and the First Don't need love a few jams later. Probably just coincendce, but a interesting one.
-Murphy (11/11/2013)

And this is the only electric performance of Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie. It is a beautiful song.
-Murphy (11/12/2013)

I can't believe i'm correcting Perrin, but the last time before this they did Oh Babe was club Melk Weg in Amsterdam. Wow, usually perrin is like an encyclopedia.
-Murphy (12/09/2013)

Let It Grow is amazing!
-Will (08/27/2018)

26th BUCKET! The boys are really rolling.
-Yo (04/26/2019)

What is your obsession with Hell in a Bucket?
-77isOverrated (12/07/2019)

Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie was played because Bob's equipment failed opening set 2. Dont Need Love was played because Brent's parents were in the audience. Bobby never heard the tune but gave it a go. Sans Jerry and Phil.
-Stagger lee (02/08/2020)

1st El Paso since 12/28/82. Wasn't played at all in '83.
-Stagger lee (08/06/2022)

Interesting show....acoustic 2nd set opener is cool.

Even cooler/interesting is the four (4) straight Bobby songs to end the 2nd set...


Pretty neat!

-Anonymous (03/28/2023)

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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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