Uptown Theatre - August 20, 1980
August 20, 1980
Set List:Jack Straw
Beat it on Down the Line
Ramble on Rose
Big Railroad Blues
Looks Like Rain
Far From Me
Let it Grow
Greatest Story Ever Told
Saint of Circumstance
Not Fade Away
Attendees of this show
B O, walshmj, dmarie, Frontrow Joe, bodegahwy, CindyCookielady, olddeadhead_NFA, John Kovacs, miltonmutant, ChinaRider77, TR1521, cryptl1028, jpruitt53, Kevmorty, your man, eurohead, chicagomarc, Thomas Wiggins, kaminskis comet, eyes-of-the-world, rukind2, motoman, Lex Luthers Mom, nicklas59, stoner1977, Mguzziridr, deenaww, oldeadhead, GenevaJAM, lagnaf, pg60, ladnarc, wriglyville, paulsig, Dfreud, deadinmadtown, Dead Man Telling Tales, aikox2, ffej55, jamie60, D from KS, kgetta, alatcamp, jackaroe321, sunflowerboy, another jerry, AlanSheckter, rlkaminsky, pieface, Fungi Finder, terrapination, dhmikeo, sequoiadean, messy13, BlondeJim, davidg528, jbdrums, fishnow, aussiedeadhead, edgeman, tiedyebob, coachdeadhead, ALA, LocoBrian, kennedk23, spliff, Fillmore Midwest, hatayama, joscar, Papadoc, ar_miller, tony23d, grplasa, Dave Matlick, paisley, mflinsch, grd55, triplane23, grdaed73, Edgefan
At the end of this show we accidentally exited the floor to a side hallway only to find that Phil's monstrous bass lines during Morning Dew had shaken the plaster loose from the ceiling. A strange but wonderful testament to the awesome power of this show.
the uptown theater was a trip! when i found my seat it was actually missing and a folding chair was in it's place... I too remember piles of loose plaster fallen down in the hallways... a life altering experience
the uptown WAS rocking! i looked up to see the balcony swaying backn'forth during NFA, thought it would surly come crashing down on us, oh well, on with the music
i didn't move till sept 81 and went to the feb run here
i was livng in tempe for the aug show, but in chitown for the alpine show in july, hmmm, i have stubs, where is my mind....i wonder!
ffej55 I was in the balcony and I swear it was moving 3 feet and I'll never forget the plaster falling.