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Town Park - Telluride, CO

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Franklin's Tower
New Minglewood Blues
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Tennessee Jed
Desolation Row

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Looks Like Rain
Eyes Of The World
I Need A Miracle
Morning Dew
One More Saturday Night

Baby Blue

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Wide open fantastic times in the midst of the mountains majesty.
Harmonic convergence/all night drum cirlces/Ola Tunge, etc...
Dawn of the next error/family circle puts back on the road


you've got some nerve making fun of somebody's comments in here. myself and others have read some of what you had to say in here and came to the conclusion that you are a tool


Lots of hype regarding lack of tickets for this show but to no avail. Shows were decent but the scenery was unbelievable. Mountains and trees all around. I remember Phil during Scarlet/Fire just taking it all in. Also saw Kingfish after the second show at the Fly me to the Moon Saloon. Colorado!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Stranger-"Fear and present danger"

Franklin's-Jerry belts it with his voice early on!

Big River-Nice violin play by special guest or effect.

"Our equiptment crew are conducting a science experiment for summer it's going to take a minute"

Desolation>Deal (Mighty fine pairing)

Only Scarelt>Fire>LLRain>Eyes
2nd Bertha>Morning Dew.

Nothing normal about this show at all.

I was at both these shows and what a magical place T-ride is and what could be better than seeing the Dead there. That Eyes was remeniscent of 74 and that Drum Mickey was using there during drums I never heard again it vibrated the whole valley.
- (04/07/2007)

What a trip, but like other high profile, outdoor shows, thought they were OK at best. Too many mistakes.

Best things were 1) Bill Graham holding 1,000 tickets back until everyone came from Red Rocks. Everybody got in no problem. Absolutely Brilliant, relaxed the whole town for the weekend,

and 2) Fire... Looking up at the mountains and box canyon on a beautiful day. Never forget it.
- (10/17/2007)

Clear and Present Danger....LOL killer mang!
This show does kick some ass!! The Stranger>Franklins opener is nice and the quality of the sound is fucking crisp!!!
Love the Miracle>Bertha>Dew>Sat Night too!!!!!
-gratefuldan (08/14/2008)

clarification: Charlie Miller's copy is epic quality sound! DANK as usual!
Thanks Mr. Charlie!
-gratefuldan (08/14/2008)

What a weekend in Telluride with the Dead!! I was living in Durango at the time attending Ft. Lewis and when it was announced they were playing 2 days in Telluride I thought damn I'm going to both shows. The tickets were going on sale at a record shop in Durango, I got up before the sun and got in line. There were already 10 people in line waiting for the store to open.
I will and have never forgotten this awesome show in the mountains with my friends.
-DA (11/29/2011)

Charlie Miller is amazing gentleman. Thanks Charlie cant say it enough. Amazing scar-fire. 2nd night set list not my favorite, but to be.

- (08/14/2018)

... 25 years later & I still hear the Tennessee in my head....
-CO Deadhead 4 LIFE (08/15/2021)

Charlie Millers matrix of this is the bomb .. and this show is awsum
- (02/23/2022)

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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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