Grateful Dead

Community War Memorial - April 9, 1982

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Community War Memorial

April 09, 1982

Rochester, NY US

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Notes:

sound check: Crazy Fingers

Set List:

Alabama Getaway
Greatest Story Ever Told
Dire Wolf
C.C. Rider
Bird Song
It's All Over Now
Loser
New Minglewood Blues
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

Man Smart/Woman Smarter
To Lay Me Down
Lost Sailor
Saint of Circumstance
drums
The Other One
Stella Blue
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Satisfaction

Brokedown Palace

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Attendees of this show

Jerry Gillespie, Luca B, payingdues, ljkljk, gdcasey, Matty13, Shaugn, mtoti1962, hockey_john, cmd, andychatfield, redbeard9001, Gr8ful Ed, minutemouse, intrepid, jtwoodsrider, Geodye420, sliver61, deadless, golf1180, Sequitor, ice cream sue, viola_stomp, hippierob, Jerrysgirl, Dancin Dave, bill.mayer, zeekbythecreek12345, scotts, downtownbear, Mud, mr975j, AlaskaDeadHead1, deadredhead, rich k, jlawless, DeadHeadDaveMo, redtopian, ppkgmsy, swirlygirl116, Heynow from The Well, nicklas59, pat L, nymets69, ShivaHo, docjbf, bernstk, powderjunky, st stephen 11, BurntDawg, revhd, furthurtour, Fulcanelli, rottenpictures, serenegreen, grooveon, Tamuwine, steviecharles, groovegrass, linclink, blueledboy, bobby, aikox2, grantros, lamarred664, yuletime, philmaywalt, shithead, rami, vootie, aliceDmillionair, Cosmic wolf, jimi864, buffalo81, Ami, Carl Adams, dave h, JJG4Ever, jgminerals, Blue Yodel no 9 - France, twilaq1, laser, ginsu710, BigDog, john05hd, Zippy, rebel61aka goin2hlnabuckt, jsm1224, jawknee, duval49, Ted S, tja01, cherub, mrkaos63, klaussmith, HowardH, UncleDuke77, gdhead77, croc, trugg, tommygutt, whatthefunk, DFBWM, clyde_munz, phoenixburke, OSH, boombassix, bigdancingbear, hugh, Uncle Jimmie, Superbengoshi, jblotter, johnh, raindep, Erica Evans, pizzab, Terry Tolkin, Oroborous, edeadhead, Brian710, LarryG, kennedk23, Truckin79, griffinn40, shugamag, CR, kentmitchell1961, Gr8fulMark, DonalKuhn, joscar, PeggyO, hot2na, jkelley, fenario80, pdb, Bobby33914, Grateful2bdad, austindead, warlok, bill642, georgewweir, fotd1977, Dan Disinger, zebweber, jw, grateful daddy, stealy, marlo, BlackandWhite.Peter, deepsix, pomo1, Post N. Steiner, TigerTrance, MAXROD, Lovejoy, Miggs, skllbob, rodger allinson, gratefuldad1960, jims, 2pigpen, Charlie Miller, kuu

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NJ
United States
Joined: Jun 6 2007
4/9/82 War Memorial Show

General admission. We were on the floor about 8' in front of Bobby. Some dude was selling party favors down there. By the second set, he was just tearing them off and handing out to everyone yelling "doses for the second set".

Looks like rain, feels like rain. No, its Bobby spitting on us as he's singing! Wow, what a show. Probably the best time I ever had at a show. Nevermind the pre and post show antics!

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LOS ANGELES, CA 90027
United States
Joined: Jun 13 2007
Dance Party Upstate NY

This was one of the danciest shows I can remember seeing. Seemed like the whole place was boogieing. Hated the "Satisfaction" (still do), but most of my friends liked it. Great show.

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Down By the Genesee River

I loved this place. General admission dance fever. Haven't listened to this show in long, long time but my memory from the show was a great space and strong Other One.

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NJ
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Joined: Jun 6 2007
There's a decent audience

There's a decent audience recording of this show on archive.org page 47.

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United States
Joined: Jun 30 2007
My first Dead Show!

At the tender age of 16, there I was happily supplied, and spaced on a special dose with two friends. The people, the music and the scene..wow! My fondest memory is of ALL the funky people grooving all over the place, that incredible music, and the Angel Lady dressed in an all white flowing dress. She seemed an Angel to me cuz everywhere I looked there she was dancing. I had never experienced an experience quite like that (nothing like a...) and quite frankly, it changed everything. I found out that live music, rock and roll, and specifically a Dead show, was truly magical. Funny thing is I had just started playing bass the year prior to this show. I wasn't the same after this show...this was The One that changed everything for me, and I am grateful for the xperience. Thanks Kris and Mark!

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United States
Joined: Jun 30 2007
My first Dead Show!

At the tender age of 16, there I was happily supplied, and spaced on a special dose with two friends. The people, the music and the scene..wow! My fondest memory is of ALL the funky people grooving all over the place, that incredible music, and the Angel Lady dressed in an all white flowing dress. She seemed an Angel to me cuz everywhere I looked there she was dancing. I had never experienced an experience quite like that (nothing like a...) and quite frankly, it changed everything. I found out that live music, rock and roll, and specifically a Dead show, was truly magical. Funny thing is I had just started playing bass the year prior to this show. I wasn't the same after this show...this was The One that changed everything for me, and I am grateful for the xperience.

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Rochester, NY 14623
United States
Joined: Feb 23 2008
My second show

This was my hometown. It began a long run of seeing shows
here. I remember it was a great show. Had a real good time.

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1007 9th st
Mena, AR 71953
United States
34° 34' 43.6116" N, 94° 14' 15.5184" W
Joined: Sep 22 2008
one of my first shows

stevie c
Truly magical, I never knew that a life like this existed. I was in and out through this one, checking out the cosmo's for the first time. When Jerry broke into Stella Blue, WHOA! I was never the same, thank God!!!!! ( and Jerry )

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Box 581
Wilson, WY 83014
United States
36° 57' 55.6524" N, 94° 25' 16.8996" W
Joined: Apr 15 2009
2nd show

check out my story from Syracuse the night before. Life was good and still is.

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United States
Joined: Jan 5 2009
First of many

My first show traveling from SUNY Albany. Stayed on the bus for 106 more untill the next to last show in chicago.

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Community War Memorial - April 9, 1982