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greyfold

That would probably have been October 17/18 of 84 at the Brendan Byrne Meadowlands Arena.

Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.

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lost show Fall 1984

Husband and I attended show in Byran Burn Center (spelling may not be right), East Rutherford New Jersey Fall 1984 can't remember exact date but remember I was hughly pregnant but wouldn't miss it. Daughter born Jan 1985. Please help! couldn't find it in the shows from that time.

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correction for http://www.dead.net/show/november-2-1977

This show (http://www.dead.net/show/november-2-1977) actually took place in Toronto, Canada, not Ohio.

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December 19, 1968 is really December 20, 1968

keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune,
OXOX Merple Reddin

dicks Pick Numbah 2 - shrine exposition hall (oops)

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Copps Coliseum is not in CA

The location of the Copps Coliseum is Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Not in Ontario, Ca.

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21-Jan-1979

You have the Masonic Temple show being in Portland, OR. This show was at the Masonic Temple, but the city was lovely Detroit, MI, in fact home to the most famous Masonic Temple in the world...

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Show missing from database 5-26-77

5-26-77 Baltimore is missing from your show database. Deadbase has it listed, and I have a copy of the boards from that night, So I know it exists, but it is not in the database on your site.

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Tinley Park IL 7/23/90

Never Trust A Woman is the song played 3rd, listed as Good time Blues on >>

http://www.dead.net/show/july-23-1990

A footnote should be added indicating it as >> Last Time Played.

Also, it is not possible to page backward to the previous show, 7/22/90.

Good luck and godspeed with your repair work, as it is 10 pages long now.....

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The Knick 3-24-90 Let the Good Times Roll

The set opener on 3-24-90 in Albany was Let the Good Times Roll, not Good Times Blues. I was there on the risers at the back of the floor.

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Hampton 3-27-88 Space>So What

Set 2 opened with a short Space followed by a short version of Miles' So What. Personal observation, backed by tape.

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