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Providence Civic Center - Providence, RI

Set 1:
Shakedown Street
C.C. Rider
Hell In A Bucket
Brown-Eyed Women
Lazy Lightnin'

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
Good Time Blues
Morning Dew
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Baby Blue

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Not the greatest of shows, but the Morning Dew -> Throwin' Stones -> NFA is a great ride.

The Estimated is shot, Jerry and bobby start but nobody follows, so jerry kinda noodles for a sec before the rest of the band slinks in inch by inch. The eyes is short, but well performed, and Good Time Blues is a nice surprise, considering Eyes dissolves into a trippy little space section. I think jerry was either starting to feel his age, or this is right around the time where his heroine use went from being a boost to a hinderance on his playing. Jerry at times, in this show and more so the 24th, seems to be lost in his own head, and his hands follow suite, getting lost in the neck of the tiger. But i guess he was also a seasoned Vet by this point, with fans loyal to a fault, so a bad night here and there wasn't a big concern.

This show is a good example of how shot jerry was, but at the same time, how he could pick himself up and dust of those rusty strings in an instant. Good playing mixed with some stark confusion, but none the less, a decent show all around
-Murphy (11/18/2013)

Man I was 17 when I saw that show with a buddy who is gone. Blew me away. Went on to see 50 more coast to coast. What a second set. Morning dew topped it off. Loved it. Will always be one of my favorite shows.
- (12/06/2013)

Jerry's health and drug issues in the mid-80s and his health problems in the '90s contributed to some uneven shows during these periods. But even during these shows he could pull it together for some magical moments that only this band could pull off.

Some shows it's the Stella. In this show it's the Morning Dew that's worth waiting for.

I really miss these guys.
-Chucky Bberry (12/04/2016)

This show is excellent.

Every song is played with great energy.

Shakedown opener is amaze balls with sweet laser effects

The Scarlet > Fire blazes. One of the best from '84!
-Sam (03/25/2019)

33rd BUCKET! Can you hear the wind blowing?
-Yo (04/26/2019)

Sick of '84 not getting the attention it so richly deserves.
-Will (05/09/2019)

What in the literal fuck is that first dude talking about? THIS SHOW IS FUCKING AWESOME. I have a theory that there are a certain % of people who hear Jerry having one of his shaky vocal nights that was common from 83-85 and ignore the immense musical craziness that's going down...IDK but this show is heavy as fuck...
- (11/12/2020)

Poke around...
-Anonymous (07/03/2021)

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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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