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Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble On Rose
Box Of Rain
Dire Wolf
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Row Jimmy

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Hell In A Bucket
Ship Of Fools
Estimated Prophet
Eyes Of The World
The Other One
Morning Dew
Turn On Your Love Light

Brokedown Palace

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This was my first show. What a beautiful ride it has been since.

Loveky isn't it. i was there and had my VCR programmed to tape it on so when I got home at 1 a:m I could see ir all over again. still dozin till the morning came aklong....

yes,truly a great show,so much fun


A kick ass summer solstice show featuring (I think) Branford M.

Now it was Clerance Clemens

This show was so good that I decided to take a year off (or two....) and go on tour. My "hippie" parents (who had transformed some in the 80's) warned me about the scene, but the music called to me. Best decision of my life.

i remember setting VCR for PPV of "DEAD@theDUMP" then getting home after the show and seeing i should have got the replay and cut out all but music....still have the tape though, i think?
-st. steven (01/27/2008)

Hideaway 2nd and last time played, 1st 71' great start sad BP finish
- (01/27/2008)

Sweet sweet show
-Steve (06/02/2010)

i am watchening to this show RITE NOW on i win a lollipop? no seriously, the zenith of the apex of the interstellar journey that was the GRATEFUL DEAD in my humbly informed opinion...on solstice, no less! drop it like it is hot
-commander unander (12/29/2011)

interesting, fire burnt out like hell in a bucket. a sign of things to come?
enjoy the ride
-manic meditator (01/05/2012)

Of all the Scarlet Begonias in the land, this one is my favorite. And it's got to be one of the shortest ever, at 6-7 minutes.

This Scarlet > Bucket and Ship was filler on one of my first tapes(10-9-82 set 1 ) and I played it to death. I know every stitch, from the drum rolls that introduce the song, every swoosh and flourish of energy that '89 Dead resonates with, to the turn in the jam where the feedback kicks in and ushers in Bucket. The rhythm section is especially poppin' fresh!

I think your first tapes and first shows always stick with you. They popped your cherry and you will always have that connection with them. It's beautiful.
- (01/27/2015)

Brokedown-Btw Jerry & Clemmons....if your not carved to the bone emotionally after hearing, then your born dead. Top notch version.
- (02/22/2016)

This show was broadcast live on Westwood One radio network and I taped it off the air. Not sure if I'm thrilled with Clarence Clemons honking away in the background, interesting that he doesn't ever seem to get to solo.
- (03/27/2017)

Loved the show watch it on youtube from voodoonola. The very very beginning started rocky road funny bobby kicks his amp for making an terr8ble screaching sound dur8ng the first song which i didnt even notice cause they always seem to come back strong from flubbs like that or a missed lyric. Cool after ramble on rose the chear for phil which led to a great box of rain. The second sets awesome all the wat through with help from the saxist forgot his name, but he was great and ended up just as part of the band by the last few songs youd think he was from the sound. Fantastic, cried during brokedown palace the boys never fail

- (03/09/2018)

Funny ive been looking for this for a few years after i did like 20 hits of dose (didnt know at the time and didnt realise i did that much till later) amazing show a must see
- (03/09/2018)

P.s forgot to add 'nad then i saw most of it but my friends power save setting shut it off before i could f8nish but its on youtube yay!
- (03/09/2018)

Just watched this show on YouTube last night. Minglewood stock out to me as superb!
-John (06/13/2020)

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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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