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Alpine Valley Music Theater - East Troy, WI

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Box Of Rain
West LA Fadeaway
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Victim Or The Crime
Cumberland Blues
Blow Away
Ship Of Fools
Terrapin Station
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Around And Around
Good Lovin'

U.S. Blues

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lame show, dont bother. the other one was good, but everything else was average at best. fun lot scene and camping though.

I disagree, the first set was very solid, smoking jack Straw. Second set had a lot of new tunes(at the time), but the Cumberland & the rest of it was smoking hot. I guess you must have bought some bad doses or something.
-Randy G

I have to with Randy on this one...the first set is white-hot...this is one of the best versions of "Jack Straw" out there.

first blow away ? anyone ? Bueller ?
US Blues encore = Good show
- (08/16/2011)

The opening numbers in the first set are ripping as is the second set opening of Victim->Cumberland. Blow Away is a better version for not having that overly synthed out keyboard solo but a piano style solo. Ship Of Fools is sweet and one of the better versions. Truckin' has a clean start and it doesn't come out of space as was common at the time. Truckin' falls into an inspired Terrapin Station which leads to a kickin' Drums/Space. The Other One is massive while Wharf Rat is a cool respite after such a massive jam. The Around And Around->Good Lovin' is well above average with Bob's guitar sounding especially grungy. U.S. Blues ends the show on a hot streak.

The only bummer about this show for me is that I had a soundboard of this back in the late '80's and it had a "swishy" sound and a brief cut in Box so i didn't keep it. Since then, all I've been able to find is audience copies.
- (11/15/2011)

at the hotel bar after the show the crew, bobby and billy were all high fiving and raving about how great of a show it was. I have to agree. A smoker among three other average shows.
- (05/11/2015)

These were the first shows I taped and I still count the Jack Straw opener as one of the most blazin jams the Dead ever opened with. Followed by the Thursday night opener of Aiko Aiko.
- (07/01/2016)

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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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