Alpine Valley Music Theatre - August 8, 1982
August 08, 1982
"Wang Dang Doodle" lyrics sung during "Satisfaction"
Set List:Alabama Getaway
They Love Each Other
Little Red Rooster
Brown Eyed Women
Looks Like Rain
Samson and Delilah
Far From Me
Fire on the Mountain
The Other One
Not Fade Away
Attendees of this show
bluecrow, Flatbed Floyd, casinodead1, rkowna, WintersLaundromat, trukin, mdew77, WhoWhatWendy, KristineD, motoman615, zoyd1962, dagonz59, ogdenp, walshmj, 7thWalker, vikered, pukegrub, Frontrow Joe, bodegahwy, PlayinDead, davelive, normk58, BlueGirl62, payingdues, NevilleC, Steveinkato, Jeportajr63@aol.com, olddeadhead_NFA, John Kovacs, mtoti1962, miltonmutant, hockey_john, SureGet Ston'd at Knight, cbNEAL, thedudeabides420, Paul Dirks, MNGLWD, dogwoodgirl, intrepid, AlpineValley81, ChinaRider77, tgiles, sunshinedaydreamer, deadless, WillyB, cryptl1028, jpruitt53, ocean, Estimated Funk, Dolabella, mmtapeop, Althea Rose, MAConway, hippierob, dpw1982, Dancin Dave, scotts, downtownbear, mr975j, GDrew, Terpin61, mdorf, Kevmorty, AlaskaDeadHead1, illicoug, August_r, Truckee420, your man, deadredhead, DeadHeadDaveMo, arterps, chicagomarc, JJMac, pete.schulien, janrock, Boulderhippy, motoman, docmark, nicklas59, pat L, eleventoes, amusingdeva, Mguzziridr, eFreak, croixwood, oldeadhead, Cassidys Dad, GenevaJAM, nvrsaynvr, lagnaf, kathyk26, pg60, ladnarc, arsather, jordanj420, paulsig, Susie Q, deadinmadtown, dnathans, vulturepit, voodoonola, blueledboy, drewbaby, bobby, aikox2, bobbyb, grantros, skunjelefeti, jamie60, ejfan319, castle17, Kraut888, WaywardBill, forcestream, Loisen, TheDoctor, Carl Adams, hurricanebob, alatcamp, jackaroe321, uncjhn, Paul from North Dakota, RossRylance, another jerry, TekeHead, BabylonDon, At the wheel, GimpyNinja, PeterB, rlkaminsky, laser, osborne fitzgerald mcclintic, uncle lefty, mp51, jtall99, Fungi Finder, skipboo420, Zippy, non-marital property, Drumhead, tpiader, goverlid, Musky_Ranger, SocietysPliers, West.August, dhmikeo, MikeyC, mrellis, caffmcjimmrey, Quicksilver, whatthefunk, deadheaddave1982, Handgathered, bigdancingbear, jbdrums, joelovesthe dead, Dead_2_Core, desolationrow, bilee, edgeman, colorado jed, coachdeadhead, ALA, Jeffervonjefferson, Gr8fulDon, UnklRuss, AikoBearzly, BurningShore Prophet, tirebiter, rlrs, Nealcassidy, LarryG, kennedk23, drkstrcrashes, jeffhead, brian.michaelson, spliff, Big E, papajohnny, thump66, Fillmore Midwest, CR, Lindy8018, KevinGutzmer, Harvey, ssc5160, joscar, levitonjl, raftgide, Papadoc, theob, duboman, AJ, Gratefullawyer, lihpevets, grplasa, Dave Matlick, gremmie1, gr84lgamer, pdb, MktoSteve, culliganman007, Sinc6, paisley, cbarn92, Emmett Grogan, Bob, tcerneskie, hiker, LoneStarDead, tripperb, Far-L, ronbow, joeybug69, marlo, triplane23, Clincher, thecaptaintrips, Duggles, bear7140, augustwest, rodger allinson, Edgefan, Sunshine-Daydream, stevetall
Man, was that fun!
to drink when it's not for 19 year olds in your home state. We drove that day to Milwaukee and went to the lake where they were having an international kite exibition. We just happened upon it and it was amazing. I had never seen such kites. Well on the way back to the show we stopped into a blue collar bar, which we could'nt do back home, and proceeded to get absolutely shitfaced. Just pummeled. The guys in the bar turned us on to what they called Yukon Poppers. I barely remember riding towards Alpine and we were literally pouring beers over each others head riding down the road. Needless to say the police pulled us as we were going in at the venue and charged one of us. I will never tell who and we had to pay $66 bucks. They had a cash register set up right there with a processing tent. Highway robbery I'm telling you. They just wanted our money because we were both sloshed and they let the other park the car afterwards. Those were the days. I do remember John Cippolina coming out and getting a few leads though Jerry was a little stingy in that department. No complaints here. John had a real metallicly sound to his guitar. It was something different. I didn't find my roomate until the next morning. I looked for him all night and even checked with the police. I was slowly cruising on the main road out of the place and who comes stumbling out of the cornfield but my roommate. He looked like he had just seen a ghost. He was just so glad to see me and he couldn't tell me much about what he had done or how he got there in the cornfield. Get in, we got to go to Iowa!
There's no mention of John Cippolina of Quicksilver sitting in with the band as well as someone I believe was Zakir Hussain.
The show was phenomenal - wish I had a recording.
"Sitting in on guitar tonight, John Cippolina. Zakir Hussein on drums... Be careful leaving tonight, because the police are out there, and they wanna hang you up, and take your money."-Bobby Weir
Scarlet/Fire/Estimated was unbelievable...And the Wharf Rat with Cippolina was amazing.
Alpine had that arched wooden roof...You could tell the band loved the venue, but the arrests were out of hand. they bypassed it in '83
~I was concealed
Now I am stirring
And I will lay my love around you...~
This and the night before is what got me hooked for life. I had seen the Dead before but this is where everything clicked. Alpine Valley is such an amazing place. The scene was so much fun. Excellent show! I love the jam between Scarlet and Fire. I remember Mickey throughing a stick off the side of the stage and to get Zakir Hussain's attention. He then joined Billy and Mickey for an icredible Drumz leading into The Other One.
One of my absolute favorites. Killer Satisfaction too
:) my 1st show,, i like concerts and figured that a band that had been together for 15 yrs was worth checkin out so i bought 2 tix and went,, spent the day b4 at Chicagofest(huge party on Navy Pier:),, the only tunes i'd heard b4 were Alabama and Satisfaction,, i walked out of the venue w/ Estimated burning in my head,, 2 days later sittin at a friend of a friends house and he put on Terrapin, the Estimated side and i literally jumped up an said THIS THE GRATEFUL DEAD, I JUST SEEN THESE GUYS AND IT WAS GREATEST THING EVER!!,,they laughed,lol,, the next yr i bought 6 tix and gave them to freinds,, sittin on the hill in Poplar Creek enjoying a smoke w/ a new freind and she asks if i was there the night b4,,i asked why would i want to see a band 2 nights in a row? to which she replied,,no dude these guys play different songs every night,, to cut this short i'll just say, i/we spent the next 12 yrs, some spring and every summer vacations on tour,, and i can honestly, truthfully say that the scene and the whole way of thought and avenues it has led to and is still leading towards saved my being from being wasted, i have come to believe that my being part of this helped out others too and though there were many wasted mornings,evenings and afternoons of time well spent and enjoyed on the trip(s) with strangers stopping strangers and all the wonderful people i've met,, and even the bozo's too :):) i've found again and again aint we all, all sometimes,, its been fun to write this:):):):) Thanks
It seemed that John Cip. was cheesed about not getting enough playing time. It *seemed* like he had just gotten plugged in and the band finished up. Then as exiting the stage John Cip.
s h o v e s
his guitar at that Parish fellow and storms off...that's how I saw it...
I was at the two shows at Alpine in 1982 with my girlfriend Renee. Drove from Mass a few days early and stayed at the lake geneva resort,formerly the playboy resort. The first night we sat in the grassy bowl and it was cool rainy at times. The second day,sunday,was beautiful sunny and warm. I had about tenth row seats and enjoyed the show much more than the previous night. It was a winterland like family event with Zakir Hussain and John Cippolina. The first night with music..sugaree...music start was the show that became a Dicks picks but I prefered the Sunday 8-8-82. We danced in the warmth and good vibes to scarlet-fire and Jerry and Cipps did their not fade away dual. This was my sixth show of almost 200 and I was on the bus for sure.
My third show. This 2-show run was incredible and this night was the perfect way to top it off. The Scarlet / Fire is in the top ten versions of this combo. Zakir Hussain during drums. Then John Cippolina for a face melting Other One.
This is my all time favorite Satisfaction, as well.
It's hard to beat the night before, which still may be the best show I've ever seen ( Santa Fe shows are up there), but this night has some magical moments for sure,
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