Pauley Pavilion - February 21, 1982
February 21, 1982
Set List:Shakedown Street > New Minglewood Blues
Friend of the Devil
Me and My Uncle > Big River
Little Red Rooster
Bertha > Man Smart/Woman Smarter
China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider > Estimated Prophet
>Eyes of the World > drums > Space > Not Fade Away > Stella Blue > Sugar Magnolia
Attendees of this show
MDB52, Matty13, jonney, chrisr777, kbm, ZephyrGirl, bubu13, grateful hawaiian, hippierob, Dancin Dave, 2dyedye2, AlaskaDeadHead1, texas dead, westlafadeaway, djro458, deadheadned, Sir Smile, x76, tcrider, amusingdeva, GratefulLeo, ttdeadhd, superwelz, neilwine, abbilu, Lostsailorgary, smithmm, joelpro, mattc406, Susie Q, deadinmadtown, allacag5, ruk1nd, bucks yellow-van, Uptown Tommy D, deserthippie, kimbo, Christo, MissReddin, wilsdad, Katt, wsp420, jlg3rd, red feather, bodie390, Jimmy C., bucks-yellow van, shiney mike, happeningman, I B DEADN, SmokestackLightning, jacksondownunda, nonjim, osborne fitzgerald mcclintic, Z1Stonyjoe, dreiner2, saint michael, mjmontana, pchasmar, egeff, mbuchman, rprush, West.August, Tuna, jolie, flynsqrl, Bob_Who, east_coast1, wolvesahead, mcow1, thepopeofdope, King Bee, jblotter, Walstib, probable cosby, WHERE DO THEY COME FROM---- WHAT DO THEY MEAN, rdsphotos, granfallooon, That Treb Guy, CR, jimmyrowed, westlandb, Japegirou, drmikie, wjbthe3, misujry, DeadHdMike, Tim_SoCal, paisley, psychedelia, Stephen J, Thorock, dgoldstein2, nuovodervo, coach_shawdog, Skywithflame, deadwiz, marlo, gnevens, Post N. Steiner, rodger allinson, heyhay3
Drums sounded so awsome in Pauly Pavilion. Years later returned to see Jerry play there ( Was in the front row.)
He looked really pale and clammy. I didn't recognize him at first. He was gone soon after....
I was a student at UCLA. It was my 3rd show. I hadn't even the slightest clue what was really going on with the really long songs that I never heard on the radio....
The thing that stood out for me about this one (other than pal John dancing around on shrooms) was Stella Blue, normally the quiet song, was so loud that it was literally shaking the rafters. At the end, Jerry punched a triumphant fist in the air, obviously very proud of a well played show.
Interesting show , dont really care for LA shows, but hey its
it s the Grateful Dead...Hihite was space.....seeing all those
college kids wondering wat the heck was going on.
I had a seat so high up that my head was literally touching the ceiling from the top row -- but I didn't care. What a show. And the place was on fire. AND A FINE TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!!!