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  1. #976
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    "Can't you see..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Tucker View Post
    12 Tribes?
    Never get on the bus!
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Long shot - anyone have floor GA for sale for the 7/5 show?

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    Last night was a blast. Rain, hail and everything. The Weight and a blistering US Blues encore.

  5. #980
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    That Casey Jones was rippin. Cool weather


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  6. #981
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    dam, such a good weekend. Missed Friday and after seeing the pics of friends, glad I did. Sat was really fun, Scarlet > Fire for opening was hot. Fire is wifes fave song and it was her birthday. She called the opener.

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    They opened the show with Scarlet>Fire? Damn that is cool.
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  8. #983
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    ^^^^

    Scarlet Begonias
    Fire on the Mountain
    Brown-Eyed Women
    Loser
    They Love Each Other
    Bird Song
    New Speedway Boogie
    Don't Ease Me In


    Set 2:
    Playing in the Band
    Estimated Prophet
    Franklin's Tower
    Eyes of the World
    Standing on the Moon
    Drums
    Space
    Jam
    Althea
    Days Between
    Not Fade Away

    Encore:
    Ripple
    Brokedown Palace
    Playing in the Band

    https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/dead-...-539ebfdd.html

    great show and really held it together. my favs was fire, dont ease (Bob was fired up for this), and estimate. I was into bass line that night, oteil is so good. best dead and co show I have seen.

  9. #984
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    Maybe this is well know, but itís new to me. THIS is why D&C is not, and will never be, TGD.

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  10. #985
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Maybe this is well know, but itís new to me. THIS is why D&C is not, and will never be, TGD.

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    I mean, THATS the reason?

    I can think of a few others...

  11. #986
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    they gonna be using sheet music in the jams next...

  12. #987
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    The Dead had set lists too

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    and telepromters .... still couldn’t help jerry remember the words.

  14. #989
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    I feel like such a loser, the boys just played 4 good shows within an hour or so of my house and it wasn't in the budget so I didn't go to any of them. It's 35 years (and a few months) since I saw my first show and it was at Nassau Coliseum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I feel like such a loser, the boys just played 4 good shows within an hour or so of my house and it wasn't in the budget so I didn't go to any of them. It's 35 years (and a few months) since I saw my first show and it was at Nassau Coliseum.
    26 people got arrested. Sounds like a bit of a shitshow outside

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    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willywhit View Post
    26 people got arrested. Sounds like a bit of a shitshow outside

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    16 arrested for N2O. Fuck those guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refried View Post
    The Dead had set lists too
    You got a source for this? It would be news to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    You got a source for this? It would be news to me.
    One minute in, Phil and Jerry constructing a list.
    https://youtu.be/I0WtC_vm9e8
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    You got a source for this? It would be news to me.
    Both David Gans and Gary Lambert, (about as in depth of knowledge as youíll find, IMO), have mentioned multiple times when asked the question. Now I could certainly be slightly off but from what my ears have heard when listening to Tales From the Golden Road is the boys likely started with rough outlines when Keith joined the band. Not sure how that evolved. Same when Brent came on. Sounds to me like they became more rigid with the sets. The hosts never seem to say exactly when they used them or that it happened every night. More so, they indicate the band used set lists as a tool to help the new guys develop. Shit, I canít imagine coming into a band with that extensive of a catalog.
    While I donít recall those guys talking much about the Hornsby/Vince era as it pertains to set lists Iím gonna take a guess that they had something to work off of most shows.
    If my memory serves me right, Big Steve Parish also talks about formation of set lists in his book. Could be dreaming there tho.

    No first hand knowledge but Iíd put my $ on the GD used set lists at least as a guideline for a decent chunk of their touring history. Just my .02. Doesnít really matter to me though. I loved the shit out of every show I saw, even the really bad nights at the end.

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    I remember reading this a long time ago and just got motivated to find it.

    https://archive.org/post/326615/the-...about-setlists

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    ^^^thats always been my understanding. Bob and Jerry would discuss the first few songs of the first set before heading on stage and might actually follow that. Similar to opening of the second set.

    Of course by the late 80s, the sets were pretty well structured but they still werenít using a list of the entire show taped to the stage like most other bands of the era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I feel like such a loser, the boys just played 4 good shows within an hour or so of my house and it wasn't in the budget so I didn't go to any of them. It's 35 years (and a few months) since I saw my first show and it was at Nassau Coliseum.
    I grew up a mile and a half from the coliseum (closer for a while) and used to walk there as a kid, saw lots of shows there and felt bad when they played there as well and didn't go, but by then (mid 80's) I wasn't going to NY shows anymore (and nothing but outdoor shows later on). I think by then it was harder getting tickets outside the shows and the parking lot wasn't as much fun with constant police presence in many places (coliseum included).



    In the later shows (after Brent) there was definitely more of a set list than before Brent, and later on when Garcia was having trouble even more of "this is probably what were playing tonight".


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    I got fall run soundboards, PM if interested.

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    yawn

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