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Blossom Music Center - Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Set 1:
Greatest Story Ever Told
They Love Each Other
C.C. Rider
Bird Song
Hell In A Bucket
West LA Fadeaway
The Music Never Stopped
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Touch Of Grey
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
The Wheel
The Other One
Black Peter
Around And Around
Johnny B. Goode

U.S. Blues

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AHHHHHHHH! My thrid "dead" experiance of 85 lifetime shows....and what a sweet one! After standing in line with hundreds of Bruce Springsteen fans, I was able to cop 8 "sweet seats", Row E in the pavillion. To add to the chaos, when we got to our seats, our view was obstructed by "an unfriendly taper".
Needless to say, from the opening chords of "Bertha" this was going to be a HOT SHOW! The summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra opened it's doors the Dead and the Deadheads. Wow! This is going to be GREAT!
The 2nd set had the punch......Scarlet Begonias and as everyone was preparing for Fire........a curve ball.....Touch of Gray>Dear Mr. Fantasy>Man Smart, Woman Smarter. Time for a beer. The Wheel>Other One>Black Peter>Around>Johnny B. Goode. And if thast wasn't encore of U.S. Blues.
Leaving the show, across the bridge, like cattle, sweaty, happy.......AHHHHHHHH! There's nothing like a Grateful Dead concert!

does ANYONE have a copy of this show?? please email me if so. it looks like a great one!

My very first show! 18 years old and had no idea what I was getting into - was a heavy metal gal at the time, wore tight little jeans and a Led Zeppelin shirt, lol. Just sounded like a good show - Grateful Dead?! Sure, why not?Bummed a smoke in the parking lot from a girl from California and was so shocked that she was following them around (?!)

Remember taking in a vodka watermelon in a cooler. And a big bandage on my finger from the knife used makin it, lol. Had pavilion seats, and never even made it down there (in '85 though got 2nd row). Layed on the lawn marveling at the clouds rolling by and the crazy tunes rolling up the hill. But never heard anything like it. I was hooked. Told everyone the next day I found a band that changed my life. Had no idea how prophetic that really was! Have lost count over the years, after 100, who cares?

Thank you, for a real good time...

I'll never forget this second set. I was on this entire summer tour and this was one of my favorites.
I remember dancing my ass off during Music Never Stopped in the open area behind the last row of seats before the grass.
The second set Scarlet>Touch>Fantasy was pure Grateful Dead heaven.
This was my 45th show I think, out of the 128 I had the good fortune to attend.
One of my best memories.
- (04/24/2011)

Just herd this on SIRIUS.....sweet 80's show
-The Swagford (06/30/2013)

40th BUCKET! That means it's officially here to stay.
-Yo (04/26/2019)

I always tried to take a friend or two to their first Dead show, this show was my sister, her husband, and his (my age) brother. About the third song his brother asked me "when does everybody sit down?" I replied, smiling, "when they go home!"
- (01/16/2020)

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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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