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The Centrum - Worcester, MA

Set 1:
Dancin' In The Streets
Friend Of The Devil
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
My Brother Esau
Big Railroad Blues
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Help On The Way
Franklin's Tower
Jack Straw
He's Gone
Smokestack Lightning
The Wheel
Throwin' Stones
Stella Blue
Around And Around
Johnny B. Goode


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Love this show!!...First half of the second set is priceless. A rare second set "Jack Straw" rocks. The vocals at the end of "He's Gone" are a classic and this flows perfectly into the first "Smokestack Lightnin" since the early 70's. A must have show!!

this one is "white hot" incredible energy level is maintained from start to finish. some highlights for me is the nice "dancin" to kick things off...not the "disco" version folks but the real deal...the hot and funky version!! the help>slip>franklins is a beautiful piece of music...check this one out gang!

unreal show...Makes me wish I could have tripped with the dead back in 68

This was a great show for me personally. This was somehthing like my 15th show and up until this point I haven't head Jack Straw, Help, Slipnot/Franklines, He's Gone and Smoekstack. So this was pretty cool. Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe this was the first Smokestack played in many years. Also I believe this may have been John Lennons Birthday (but I might be wrong again).

Donna was just so beautiful during this show. She is just so beautiful, and her voice is beautiful. Long live Donna!
-Tim got your dates mixed up. Donna was gone for 5 years when this show happened
-Skeets (10/22/2007)

Althea-Esau-I enjoyed this combo. Great story telling songs by Jerry and Bobby.

Let It Grow-The boys were mighty tight this evening as mentioned above. Jerry's solo's seem to go into various tangets but all wrapped back together in perfect fashion.
-Perrinswolf (11/07/2008)

You're right about Tim being mixed up on his dates, but I think he likes Donna a little too much. Just a little TOO much. lol Smoking hot show from start to finish. The band is definately "on" during this one. Check it out
-Jon (01/14/2009)

Best of my 75 shows. From smoking Dancin' through the Revolution encore (on John Lennon's birthday)this show was blazing. Scorching Big Railroad, Help/Slip/Franklins top notch, 2nd set Straw!! Energy level never dips in this one.
-Phil (04/29/2011)

10/9/84 should be an official release! It gets old that the official releases are between 1969-1978. I was at this eighties show--magic from start to finish.
-Mike (07/20/2016)

Smokestack without the Pig? Come on man.......the only thing worse than 80s dead is 90s dead.
-Anonymous (06/10/2019)

Piss on the negative comments.Shut up and listen 👂🏻
- (08/29/2019)

heard this on Sirius XM, where can i get this show to listen any time??!?!
- (06/16/2020)

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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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