It was you! Cowgirl of many trades. Nice pumpkin.
This show at the Music Hall was my 2nd: I gave my ticket to a friend who was wanting to see what I was raving about, after experiencing the 3-set extravaganza, in Boulder, on 9/3/72.
Check out the Truckin' > Nobody's Fault jam > Dark Star > Sugar > Sing me Back Home sequence, with One More Saturday Night to send us out the door...
ht-I'm wondering if you're thinking of the pumkin' on Keith's piano from the movie filmed @ Winterland? that's the only one I remember & was involved in carving it, being 1 of the catering jobs that night.......someone else may have made 1 for Halloween '83-I plum just don't remember it........wasn't dressed up, just had on my mask, gun & holster.......cowgirls dress western, you know........xoxo Gypsy Cowgirl
CRS-a cursered disease.....(can't remember shit) how yall remember what & how they played is beyond me! wasn't I paying attention???? haha
I don't think I dressed up much, wasn't there a huge pumkin' on the stage with a "Steal Your Face" carved into it? St. Stepen was great. Yee-Haw. -ht
Halloween '83-believe it or not-I even wore my pink handled 38 pistol (no bullets-just lipstick "bullets") with my tooled leather gun holster (left to me by my ex) Yes, "the Lone Rangette" rode again that Halloween.......... it still kind of freaked a couple of friends of mine....they laughed @ my bullets........still have the pink handled 38 for my granddaughter when she's old enough for can practice...............Yee-Haw.........be nice to hear it again-I'll see if I can get copies!...................GC
83' twas a good year. I'm hoping the folks at Sirius will play Sante Fe and Halloween in San Rafael. Rock on. -happy trails
hey happy trails-thanks for rocking the brain cells as for the year & shows! didn't get to NM, but got the t-shirt, went to Grass Valley (dad lived close by, but too sick to go) & Halloween in San Rafael-was really fun!.....xoxo Gypsy Cowgirl
was very grateful to have made it to those shows! GDTRFB was kept me goin the rest of the trip! Shine on.
weren't those shows just fantastic!!!! and santa fe was so cool looking with the cobblestone square and the double rainbow over jerry after rain delay.... happy place :)
that the Grateful Dead played at Sante Fe Downs in Sante Fe, New Mexico. What a great couple of shows. I drove out from Florida to catch them. Then went on to see them in Grass Valley,Ca. and San Rafael on Holloween. New Mexico was great. Got to see my sister in Las Cruces and had a sweet time at the shows. Saw my first ever Cold Rain & Snow and still think it's the best I ever heard.