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Capital Centre - Landover, MD

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Feel Like A Stranger
Good Time Blues
Mama Tried
Big River
Loose Lucy
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Row Jimmy
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Crazy Fingers
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
Dear Mr. Fantasy
I Need A Miracle
Black Peter
Turn On Your Love Light

Black Muddy River

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First Loose Lucy since '74.

Let It Grow is included on the officially released CD "Without A Net."

i have this show on cd. it includes one of the longest, strangest 'space's i've ever heard. email me for a trade.

There's a video of this show over at Losslesslegs.

Great show. Check out an audience recording to get the full effect of the Loose Lucy. We just about exploded when Jerry started signing.

And the reports of security, inside and out, being dickheads is true too. Awful place for a Dead show.
-Anonymous (06/14/2007)

Good Time Blues(Never Trust A Woman) 39/42 times played.
Row Jimmy-Wonderufl with rich texture and relaxed singning.
Let It Grow-Why they choose this version for "Without A Net" escapes me unless you want to have a carnival sounding keyboard.

Crazy>Playin'>UJB-nice combo 5/11 times played.
-Perrinswolf (06/29/2007)

To Perrinswolf, you are smoking somer serious schit. That Let it Grow is hands down the best late model version. It's got power and doesn't miss a beat. None better after this. 20th anniversary this Sunday. I miss you Jerry...
- (03/11/2010)

great great great black peter
-steve (12/28/2010)

This show is tight. The Loose Lucy return brought the crowd to their loudest point in the whole show. except for maybe the Miracle, where bobby let the crowd sing the "I Need A Miracle Every Day" line. Great show all around. And i can definitely understand why this Let It Grow would be chosen. It's very Brent present and the tightness of the jam between Jerry and Brent certainly one to remember. Don't Forget, Without a Net was a demonstration of their sound as it was at the time. The Synth parts Brent played were a big part of it. It's too bad that Brent came out of his shell less then two years before he was gone. The man was a great musician.
-Murphy (06/01/2014)

Edblack, nobody wants to listen to your negative bs at every turn. There is really something wrong with you. Pathetic troll
-Anonymous (11/20/2015)

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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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