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Red Rocks Amphitheater - Morrison, CO

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Little Red Rooster
Tons Of Steel
High Time
When I Paint My Masterpiece
When Push Comes To Shove
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Crazy Fingers
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
Playin' In The Band
China Doll
All Along The Watchtower
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Around And Around
Sugar Magnolia

Black Muddy River

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Awesome GDTRFB/around and around.sugar mag. weak encore i thought. every dead show at red rocks was fuckin awesome. Codl rain & snow was nice! Awful tons of steel



Sick rockin post drums. Great to seethem especially after the cancellation the year before due to Jerry's coma. GOOOOONeys!!!!!!!!!
-Bnoly (08/05/2008)

Sorry, but to be honest, this doesn't come close to the raw musical magic they had been creating since jerry woke up. This show wasn't bad, just lack luster. There were no moments that really grabed my attention. The Crazy Fingers -> Samson was an interesting combo and Around and Around will rock your socks off as usual, but the whole vibe of this show is strange. I guess, the infection of In The Darkers had begun. To bad too, cause the shows with dylan were killer, their sets at least.

If you dig this show, cool, but musically, it was not up to the par the dead had cleary set for themselves in July. Least enjoyable post coma show yet, but the Hell -> Sugaree opener the next night seems to be making up for the bum vibe. Rastafari Bless and have a grate day.
-Murphy (03/06/2014)

And the First Set song choice didn't really meld well. It wasn't as flowing and continuous as the dead normally play, and the random High Time, no matter how nostalgic it was, was horribly place. Tons of steel and Masterpiece are both mellower songs LRR and Push comes to Shove. So the first set had a too relaxed a center which couldn't be held together. at least the second set was an improvememnt. The next night is a good example of Excellent song choice and First set flow. Check out both for a good comparison run.
-Murphy (03/06/2014)

The Playin' > China Doll is worth seeking out and listening to. The segue from Playin' into China Doll is magic and this version of China Doll has a very soaring quality to it.
-Sunshine Stanley (08/23/2017)

not sure witch matrix i grabbed or what these guys above are talking about but the whole vibe of this show is stellar. high time is amazingly placed and excellent version is falls beautifully into masterpiece and the push into the best let it grow i have heard since donna .. listen to bobby's chord bonanza during let it grow with bobby hammering on the whammy bar is some of the best bobby work i have ever heard. the second set crazy fingers with the drummers taking over to force it's way into sampson is the bomb .. the ship is pronounced by jerry to sail the fuck away from me .. mind you i was not at this show .. many before and many after .. turn down the lights and turn up the volume and just close your eyes .. i love this show ..
- (02/22/2022)

a side note i only grab work by Charlie Miller so guessing this was a Charlie Miller matrix .. i didnt know the set list or the reviews above until i had alread popped the show in so by the time i read the reviews it was to late and i am glad it was as i see this reviews as .. well different from my opinion ..
- (02/23/2022)

last thing .. the rooster is a bouncy fun rooster and the high time is a bomb in the middle of the first set, god help you if you were trippin ...
- (02/23/2022)

I knew she’d have to come up soon for air…
That’s the way I feel about this show.
Not my favorite setlist. A lot of coming up for air in the first set…High Time, Tons, Rooster.
Bobby gives us that air with the Let it Grow set closer.
Brings us into the second set on a high note.
Crazy Fingers opener is melty.
Samson again has me searching for air. I like this song, I really do. But it’s still kinda clunky. So many other Bobby songs I’d rather here.
Post drums rages. Makes up for some of the slop in the beginning.
Again though - how could you complain when you’re spending a little time on the mountain in Morrison watching the freakin GRATEFUL DEAD!!! Never a bad time.
-Loon mcKernan (08/11/2023)

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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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