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07/14/90
Foxboro Stadium - Foxboro, MA

Set 1:
Shakedown Street
Walkin' Blues
Far From Me
Candyman
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Ramble On Rose
One More Saturday Night

Set 2:
Eyes Of The World
Estimated Prophet
Crazy Fingers
Uncle John's Band
Drums
I Will Take You Home
I Need A Miracle
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Throwin' Stones
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
This Could Be The Last Time
And We Bid You Goodnight

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Comments:

Ah, the best show I never saw. There were probably 200,000 people that day. We heard everything just fine from our car.
-Anonymous


This was my first show!! I was just out of high school, on my way to Art School, and it was an eye-opening experience! Since then it has changed my life. I wasn't too familiar with the Dead but big brother insisted I go and check it out. Now, at 29, I am sill a Deadhead and far from an expert, but have leaped milestones in the Dead Phil-osophy!!
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Oh yeah...there were TONS of people at and around Foxboro this day...mobbed. We were looking for tickets all day, ate 15 hits of bunk acid, and didn't expect to get in (as tickets were in short supply)...a friend of mine and I scored tix 5 minutes before Shakedown for face value...killer! But let me say that the next show day, Buffalo, was perhaps one of the finest Dead experiences I ever had the pleasure of seeing.
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Phatness....Jerry picked up the pieces in the late eighties early nineties before goin' down the road, feelin' bad.
-Nick


Absolutely Amazing!! This was actually my 10th show but the first that I really travelled for (from NYC). Edie Brickell opened and was pretty hot...Tempature was in the high 90's ridiculous heat and if you were on the field like we were you had to roast (I think it was a 4 or 5 pm start) Also the first time I tried to keep a set list....one for the books for sure.

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the year before they called it sullivan stadium and the year before that it was schaeffer staduim. what the hell? make up your mind!

eddie brickell was a show in itself! the dead was ok too. the year before was much better. with dear mr fantasy hey jude and to lay me down.
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For those in the Boston area, this really was the first chance to see the Dead after the amazing things we had only heard about from the Spring Tour (Hartford notwithstanding -- no Garden shows until 91). It was wonderfully fresh to hear Eyes come before Estimated and to have such a long, spiraling intro as the sun set over the stadium -- just a perfect outdoor stadium concert (if there is such a thing). BTW, there is no technically better post 70s version of WBYGN.
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we drove up from philly and stayed out on cape cod. what a great roadtrip! what a crowd! tons of people there that day. little did i know that this would be my last time seeing brent.
-mpc


I truely enjoyed this show. I liked the song selection, my seats on the floor level, and my crew. Good times!
-Bamski


This is where I hopped on the bus, rode it for 50 or so shows, and hopped off in Highgate in 1995. Great start to a great ride in this show. Second set was awesome. Great 'Far From Me', Brent killed on that HOT Saturday afternoon. Bobby was simply POSSESSED for 'Memphis Blues', unreal.
-Krafty (08/28/2007)


"Summer Lovin'!!" This show was sweet....We showed up a day early and partied our asses off...Met a sweet young thing named Melody Starr Waters...She had rings on her fingers bells on her ANKELS!! (jingle-jangle in the air!) Oh yeah....The show was good too! HAHAHAHA!!! =-)
- (09/13/2009)


My first show. The day lasted a thousand years and totally changed my life. Serendipity all day long. Got into the show totally by accident for the second set. Got totally out of my mind and into the bus.
- (05/23/2012)


I could have sworn that they did 'Dear Mr. Fantasy -> Hey Jude' at this show.
- (01/02/2013)


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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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