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Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center - Oakland, CA

Set 1:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
New Minglewood Blues
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Bird Song
The Music Never Stopped
Might As Well

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Eyes Of The World
Stella Blue
Not Fade Away

Not Fade Away
Hey Bo Diddley
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad

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Aiko-Aiko, Eyes, Drums and the Encore feature the Neville Bros.

Phil isn't on stage for the Hey Bo Diddley & the GDTRFB! What was he up to?

He was probly back stage smokin' a bone

This was my third show and I was out there! and I was confused!! I didn't remember the last time I saw the Dead that they had all these extra band memebers (Nevilles). YAYAYA How lucky I was to see this show!!!!
-Big Boy Pete

for awhile now i have been searching to find out if this show was the show joseph campbell attended. if anyone knows for sure please either let me know or post a comment..peace,wavy dave

Guys, this set list is all messed up. They didn't end the first set with Drums, did they?

Hey Bo Diddley-last played 8/22/72. next and last performance 10/27/91.

Steve-Drums started 2nd set.

Neville Brothers on all of 2nd set except Truckin>Stella Blue>NFA(1)

Encore without Phil, Weir on tamborine - Mardi Gras - last "Drums": 10-02-80 [379] - The Neville Brothers opened - post show jam: Bill Kreutzmann, Willie Green, Bob Weir, Dan Healy, possibly others.

-Brianmerrilyn (07/06/2007)


This was actually the LAST "Bo Diddley."

I know this site recognizes a version in '91, but in reality that was a smoking "Iko>Mona" where Jerry may have TRIED to get into the "Bo Diddley" but Bobby quickly took over and off we go into Mona.

I appreciate your work with the setlists and BECAUSE of how thorough you are I thought you'd appreciate knowing the error on this one.

-gdjake (03/02/2010)

Yes, this was the show Joseph Campbell attended at Mickey's invite and he, reportedly, said, " It's just like a Dionysian ritual. A real Bacchanal."
Couldn't agree more, Joe!

The '91 Iko>>Hey Mona was the Halloween run right after Bill Graham died. They opened the show with Sugar Mag (his favorite). Played the Iko and Mona with Carlos and Gary Duncan (Quicksilver guitarist). Bo Diddley riffs were in there, but not the song. The Halloween run ended 4 nights later with Dark Star, Ken Kesey's rant including ee cummings poem buffalo bill, "how do you like your blue-eyed boy now Mr. Death?" and Bill Graham's ghost. They finished the Sugar Mag a couple days later at the Graham Memorial in Golden Gate Park. That's why I loved those guys, they knew how to say Hello and how to say Goodbye!
- (05/25/2017)

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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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