• Boutwell Auditorium - April 28, 1980
    last "GDTRFB": 01-12-79 [74]

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  • Alabama Getaway
    Promised Land
    They Love Each Other
    El Paso
    Althea
    Looks Like Rain
    Tennessee Jed
    Far From Me
    Feel Like a Stranger
    Deal

    China Cat Sunflower
    I Know You Rider
    Samson and Delilah
    He's Gone
    The Other One
    drums
    Black Peter
    Sugar Magnolia

    Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad

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last "GDTRFB": 01-12-79 [74]
setlist
Alabama Getaway
Promised Land
They Love Each Other
El Paso
Althea
Looks Like Rain
Tennessee Jed
Far From Me
Feel Like a Stranger
Deal

China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Samson and Delilah
He's Gone
The Other One
drums
Black Peter
Sugar Magnolia

Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
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Totally insane. The bus left from Emory college and by the time we got to Birmingham we were wasted. We had some time and decided to go to of all things a Chinese restaurant. Between the Black waiters, the little old lady at the cash register behind a brass tellers window, and the biscuits on the table it is hard to describe the feeling. The waiter brings out the first dish and my friend Rick sticks a fork in and utters the infamous Munster line "More filet of dragon grandpa". We litterally feel off our chairs in an uncontrolable fit of laughter.(actually we never stopped laughing, see Fox theater comments, next show) The old lady comes out from the window and basically is circling our table for the rest of the night. As for the show, I am no GD historian but there was a manager who stole money from the dead and it either happened on this day or he died on this day hence the He's Gone was amazing and the GDTRFB was spectacular.
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  • fishnow
    11 years 5 months ago
    The bus came by and I got on
    Totally insane. The bus left from Emory college and by the time we got to Birmingham we were wasted. We had some time and decided to go to of all things a Chinese restaurant. Between the Black waiters, the little old lady at the cash register behind a brass tellers window, and the biscuits on the table it is hard to describe the feeling. The waiter brings out the first dish and my friend Rick sticks a fork in and utters the infamous Munster line "More filet of dragon grandpa". We litterally feel off our chairs in an uncontrolable fit of laughter.(actually we never stopped laughing, see Fox theater comments, next show) The old lady comes out from the window and basically is circling our table for the rest of the night. As for the show, I am no GD historian but there was a manager who stole money from the dead and it either happened on this day or he died on this day hence the He's Gone was amazing and the GDTRFB was spectacular.