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Marin County Veteran's Auditorium - San Rafael, CA

Set 1:
Alabama Getaway
Feel Like A Stranger
Dupree's Diamond Blues
New Minglewood Blues
Dire Wolf
Hell In A Bucket
Looks Like Rain

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
He's Gone
Blues For Allah Jam
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Baby Blue

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This is a weird show, the Drums > Allah Jam, that's quite unexpected, and long.

Best ever Scarlet/FOM. the feedback weirdness at the end of He/s gone is amazing as is the Blues For Allah too. One of my all timers.

He's Gone -> Throwin' Stones intro has got to be one of the weirdest jams i've ever heard them do post '74. The end of he's gone tripped me out with the extra echoey feedback on Jerry's voice as well as some of the guitar rifts, weather it was planned or not, dank. And then the blues for Allah jam was quite interesting. Can't say i knew what it was when i heard it, but i was sure lovin it. Don't know why they stopped playin that, but i guess it was just a hard piece to place in a set, granted, they only jammed on a little bit of the suite, just like Rainbow '81, but this is way trippier. If this had to be the last, sure as hell made it worth the trip.
-Murphy (11/11/2013)

I'm baffled as I'm not hearing the Allah jam at all. I have the Charlie Miller version, and he has it just as He's Gone > Drums > Space > Throwing Stones...

Am I too high to hear it? Just sounds like a normal Drums > Space to me...
-Dave Fadoul (06/29/2014)

Listen to the Blues For Allah off of One From The Vault and then listen to the second set of this one again. it's very subtle in it's appearance. The majority of Space is just variations on the middle melody from the suite. But it is very difficult to pick out unless you really know the progressions from Blues For Allah. Like I said in my previous post. I knew I recognized it but I couldn't put my finger on what it was til' the last few notes before TS. The whole show is real gem, so I would say it's worth another listen.
-Murphy (07/07/2014)

27th BUCKET, which means they played it 26 times previously.
-Yo (04/26/2019)


Is that a bad thing?
-77isOverrated (12/08/2019)

1984 is probably my favorite GD year.

I've often been obsessed with 1969-1974, especially those two bookending years.

But honestly, every show I've heard from 1984, no matter how ragged and out of tune it might get, has these x-factor moments that I don't hear in some of the greatest shows of '72, 74, 77, etc.

Listening to the entire year chronologically. We'll see how I feel at the end.

Enjoying it so far.

March 28: Fantastic China-Rider, Playing is spooky.
March 29: Good Eyes.
March 31: We'll see!
-77isOverrated (12/09/2019)

This Scarlet Fire is fucking sick. Especially the FIRE
- (01/21/2020)

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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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