• Kiel Auditorium - December 9, 1979

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  • Alabama Getaway
    Promised Land
    Brown Eyed Women
    Cassidy
    Row Jimmy
    New Minglewood Blues
    Candyman
    Lazy Lightnin'
    Supplication
    Deal

    Shakedown Street
    Samson and Delilah
    High Time
    Easy to Love You
    Terrapin Station
    Lost Sailor
    Saint of Circumstance
    drums
    Black Peter
    I Need a Miracle
    Bertha
    Good Lovin'

    Don't Ease Me In

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setlist
Alabama Getaway
Promised Land
Brown Eyed Women
Cassidy
Row Jimmy
New Minglewood Blues
Candyman
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Deal

Shakedown Street
Samson and Delilah
High Time
Easy to Love You
Terrapin Station
Lost Sailor
Saint of Circumstance
drums
Black Peter
I Need a Miracle
Bertha
Good Lovin'

Don't Ease Me In
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If I could talk to Bob Weir for one minute, I would ask him WTF he was thinking by eliminating Lazy Lightning-Supplication from the shows from 1984 on. It was a highlight of every show that it was played, including this one. A total fan favorite. What is going on Bob? Did we like it too much, so you had to quit playing it? You teased us by bringing back that Supplication jam in 85 thru 91, but you never would step up and sing out: "Dizzy aint the way that you're making me feel now", which would have had us doing flips on our seats. And yet you kept drilling us with Me and My Uncle as if anyone in the audience or band actually wanted to hear it again. Why Bob, why?
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This show was on my 4th birthday. Sadly, another 12-13 years before I even listened to the Dead for the first time.
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  • lowspark75
    3 years 1 month ago
    4 years old exactly
    This show was on my 4th birthday. Sadly, another 12-13 years before I even listened to the Dead for the first time.
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    bigtreesnotbigstumpz
    3 years 8 months ago
    Lazy Ligntning-Supplication
    If I could talk to Bob Weir for one minute, I would ask him WTF he was thinking by eliminating Lazy Lightning-Supplication from the shows from 1984 on. It was a highlight of every show that it was played, including this one. A total fan favorite. What is going on Bob? Did we like it too much, so you had to quit playing it? You teased us by bringing back that Supplication jam in 85 thru 91, but you never would step up and sing out: "Dizzy aint the way that you're making me feel now", which would have had us doing flips on our seats. And yet you kept drilling us with Me and My Uncle as if anyone in the audience or band actually wanted to hear it again. Why Bob, why?
  • lisener
    5 years 3 months ago
    My very first Dead show...
    I was 14 years old!