Band Grateful Dead Venue Tompkins Square Park Location New York, NY Date 6/1/67 - Thursday posters tickets, passes & laminates Comments Date: Sat, 07 Feb 1998 13:36:15 -0800 From: Mike Bobrik [email@example.com] Subject: Old Set Lists Like your site. Was looking through the early set lists. and please add: 6/1/67 tompkins Square Park NY, NY. [Incomplete and in very approximate order]: Golden Road, Dancin' in the Streets, Midnight Hour, BIODTL, Schoolgirl, Cold Rain and Snow, Dew, Viola Lee. My first show. Thanks, MAB For a review see Ed Doherty's page: < http://www.winternet.com/~edoherty/ > Recordings Download Sources
As someone sober for many years to me it's as the saying goes. To thine own self be true. If it makes your life better by stopping taking the most controlling substance this worlds known I say it is up to you. If you no your doing what's rite then your doing what's rite. Because it makes you more content when you put your head on the pillow at night with a clear conscious . For me I can't take any chances with any substances at all which includes booze for that matter also.
Where is everyone meeting up for this? If nothing is setup, would anyone like to meet? I'd suggest we meet down under the pier, or by its pylons. We are Wharf Rats after all...9:30am daily? I don't see any other Barcelo Riviera Maya AA.
Much love from Ohio!
A Grateful morning to all. I was wondering if there are still meetings at half time of Dead &Co. shows?
Will there be a Wharf Rat group at Riverbend next week?
This Wharf Rat is tryin to go. I'll find the meeting by hook or by crook!
I had just checked in at the Wharf Rat table at the last show in Chula Vista. The guy that was sitting behind the booth said a girl had noticed the table on her way to the bar. She said I've only been sober a week! Glad you were here to remind me........ Don't know if she lasted through the show but ya never know, sometimes sobriety is measured in minutes....
I'll check back here to let you know if I win the ticket lottery. I'll need a meeting. Years ago while staying in Playa Del Carmen I was walking down a side street and found an Alano Club. It was in Spanish which I;m not towell versed but I understood what they were sayun'. Traeted me like a long lost brother.