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Autzen Stadium (University Of Oregon) - Eugene, OR

Set 1:
Mississippi Half-Step
Little Red Rooster
Friend Of The Devil
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Foolish Heart
Victim Or The Crime
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Jack Straw
Terrapin Station
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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All of the boys voices were somewhat ragged but they still gave it there all. Memphis Blues Phil plays lots of interesting chords between the vocals with a sloppy Foolish Heart. I'm a fan of Victim and Bobby's sprited delivery. Second set Jerry's fingers are all sorts of energetic all various spots. NFA is a gritty vocal version but that just gives it more emphasis as the crowd takes over. Jerry vocals on Heaven's Door make you smile smile smile till the end.
-Brianmerrilyn (03/04/2008)

"FA is a gritty vocal version but that just gives it more emphasis as the crowd takes over."

This is Autzen Stadium, Brianmerrilyn, *the* most intimidating sports venue designed. This will be my first listen. I do expect some joyous crowd noise.
- (12/14/2011)

There is nothing intimidating about a duck...
-Anonymous (01/03/2014)

"This is Autzen Stadium, Brianmerrilyn, *the* most intimidating sports venue designed."

That only matters if you play College Football. Thats where the crowd noise is intimidating. For a concert i'd think it'd make things better, considering how jerry liked to play off the crowd energy, he could definitely hear it clear as day in this place
-Murphy (04/08/2014)

first and only bertha>truckin'>terrapin station
- (11/24/2014)

The Heat was on,,,,over 100 degrees plus,,,Knockin' On Heaven's Door,,Aah Yes
- (11/01/2016)

This show followed full sets by the Robert Cray Band then Jimmy Cliff. Jimmy brought out his like 8 year old son who actually played with the band for a song. I felt like Jimmy took a lot out of the audience -- it was hot as shit and middle of the day in summer and he was really trying to get everybody into it. By the time the Dead came on we was getting pretty spent already. Being 18 and a moron, I dropped the night before and didn't save it for the show! It was a great day of music tho and the crowd in Eugene was freaky enough, me coming down from Tacoma.
-Fraunch (12/22/2016)

It was hot & humid that day my friends...we were somewhere around barstow on the edge of eugene when the drugs began to take hold [thanx hst]...cliff & cray put their hearts into getting the crowd up but, you know, we were waiting on the boys...i was back in eugene again after seeing dylan the year before...what drew me to this day was dead plus cray (hoping the latter would sit in on west l.a. fadeaway)...i'd followed robert cray since '81...hell of a bluesman...wait til my attorney sees those huge diving bats...lhl
- (08/25/2017)

8/28/1988 Eugene show were the best day tripping show we attended out of my 196 total show. The summer of 1988 we tripped to the three Laguna Seca shows, followed by Tacoma & ended here at Eugene. We took few weeks to travel to NYC & tripped our ways into the run of 9 shows at MSG....

IKO IKO on & on & on & on .....
- (08/29/2020)

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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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