I am listening to this show right now and there is a Space between Drums & Truckin'
I am extremely Grateful for this sight and the archive
with the one on deadlists.com for the following show:
This is what you currently have:
Here Comes Sunshine
Playing in the Band
Uncle John's Band
Uncle John's Band
Playing in the Band
This is what deadlists.com has:
The Promised Land ; Sugaree ; Me And Bobby McGee ; Brown Eyed Women ; Black Throated Wind ; China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Mexicali Blues ; Brokedown Palace ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Loose Lucy ; El Paso ; They Love Each Other ; Weather Report Suite Prelude > Weather Report Suite Part 1 > Let It Grow
Morning Dew [13:35] > Playing In The Band [14:58] > Uncle John's Band [8:#09] > Playing In The Band [6:36] ; Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo > He's Gone > Truckin' > Wharf Rat ; Sugar Magnolia
Besides, wasn't the first Playing > UJB > Dew > UJB > Playing two shows later on 11/10?
According to the Internet Archive, the set list you have posted for 8/30 is actually 8/31 (for which you have no list posted). Actual list for 8/30: Stranger, Candyman, Esau, Dire Wolf, Lil Red Rooster, TN Jed, Lazy Lightning, Supplication, Deal (set break) Touch of Grey, Samson, Terrapin, drumspace, Throwing Stones, Not Fade Away, Wharf Rat, Sugar Mag (encore) Brokedown.
The setlist is missing the Handsome Cabin Boy jam out of space. I was at the show and had the tape for years without knowing what "THAT" instrumental was. But I got to see it AGAIN out of space in '92 and knew it from the previous tape. Finally learned what it was many years later when a housemate pulled up in the driveway and it was cranking out of his car from Shady Grove. Jerry & Grisman do it instrumentally on the All Around this World disc, too, and there's an early Zappa cover on Mystery Disc.
Anyway, I like it better as an instrumental.
And the setlist should read: drums -> space -> Handsome Cabin Boy jam -> Playin' tease....
..yes indeed they were playing in the morning-in fact i would guide u 2 David gans book"conversation with the dead"where some group-members remember this situation very vividly,but cannot help u out with setlist etc..Peace:-)(-:
Maybe my memory nixed me but I was at the us festivals in 1982 83 and at one of those I saw the dead for the first time. I think they came on at like 8 in the morning but well cant recolect exactly but didnt see the set list or a show on the page
The following three shows were actually performed indoors at the Seattle Center Coliseum, not at the outdoor Seattle Center Memorial Stadium. The Coliseum was where the Sonics played before the Key Arena was built. The Dead did not start playing at the outdoor Memorial Stadium until the 1990's.
I was at all three of the Coliseum shows. Then came the Great Drought. For 5 years the Dead came no closer to Seattle than Eugene. Then they played 1 show at the acoustical monstrosity that is the Tacoma Dome.
The last Dead show I ever saw was May 26, 1995 at the Memorial Stadium. It was my 44th birthday.
On what I have there is a Jam (9'05") between Saint Of Circumstance (7'13") and Drums (11'54").
This show at Public Hall was famous for a killer China Cat and a nice long Dark Star. I think there was a mirror ball spinning up above, too. Here's the complete set list:
Bertha ; Mexicali Blues ; Loser ; Black Throated Wind ; They Love Each Other ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Deal ; El Paso ; Row Jimmy ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Around And Around
Ramble On Rose ; Me And My Uncle ; Here Comes Sunshine ; Big River ; Dark Star [43:27] > Eyes Of The World > Stella Blue ; Sugar Magnolia
From memory Phil Lesh and Ned Lagin played "Seastones" during the interval between the sets. it was different. Source of the information me - I was there.