County Fairgrounds - July 18, 1982
July 18, 1982
Set List:New Minglewood Blues
Friend of the Devil
Ramble on Rose
Looks Like Rain
Samson and Delilah
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Ship of Fools
Not Fade Away
The Other One
Attendees of this show
GripWeed, hockey_john, jonney, WharfRatt, chrisr777, Hippie Craig, Calif Bill, Sugarmagkauai, diatom, nealbwhite, ChinaRider77, thelopsidedboy, chrisb113, bubu13, grateful hawaiian, ripple13, omar bear, 22darkstar22, Dancin Dave, radiofreedavis, AlaskaDeadHead1, westlafadeaway, Flickster, in_2_it_2, Eladius55, gascap13, deadheadned, Boulderhippy, misterglen, digitunes, Sir Smile, pat L, kimdance, tcrider, amusingdeva, ShivaHo, GratefulLeo, ttdeadhd, stvnjsha, TaperStano, superwelz, neilwine, abbilu, abbaroo, Lostsailorgary, stilljammin, mattc406, Ramble On Randy, 4 Rivers, Susie Q, Mick Flaire, stonerucsb, allacag5, ruk1nd, Frisby, trout, guitarmanbilly, raycharon, deserthippie, kimbo, Christo, bongo-fury, MissReddin, dbest, wilsdad, Katt, kym, wsp420, jlg3rd, skunjelefeti, Sylvers, bodie390, Jimmy C., samba, geraldmmcclain, dave h, whitebird, foxtail, I B DEADN, how_many_shows, nextshow, jacksondownunda, harry blotter, AlanSheckter, saint michael, fatmanrocks, GratefulGary420, jstange, pchasmar, egeff, Mike N Stien, rideclean, rprush, grapefuldave, laura.christine, Skjellyfetti, oldgratefulman, West.August, Tuna, eddpao, jolie, Quicksilver, flynsqrl, Valerie Stevenson, east_coast1, mkav, bigdancingbear, Jimmy row, markkra, JohnDillinger, kelly Bowie, rlrs, Gregster, granfallooon, shakedown, robcork, kenco, That Treb Guy, dead4days, CR, IronJedi, mksmile, marktime, jimmyrowed, Gr8fulMark, westlandb, Japegirou, misujry, kutsavi, Tom Thumb, DeadHdMike, scamperoni, Barch, gra8phil, psychedelia, Thorock, dgoldstein2, JackStrawBrighton, gratefulchuck, LoneStarDead, rleeb727, bozospace, redlouis1, Skywithflame, DrkStr, sklnrzs, marlo, Jackaroses, gnevens, Greg MQ, fogzone, Eric Ellisen, rodger allinson, heyhay3
Yeah, I think it was 1982? During the second set, the sun set behind the stage and it was bright and blinding! And the "Dead Silhouettes" played on!
Also, not sure of the year. There was a large banner behind the stage. It was a painting of a soldier carrying a rifle. I couldn't tell if the soldier was from the Vietnam War or the Civil War. Or both.
I've seen that backdrop. I could be wrong, but I think that was around '87 or '88.
The bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began.
This was my first show, I was 19. I don't remember the banner, but I do remember the fat naked chick up front giving security a panic.
Ahhh....what I would give for a tape. Anyone???
the song came out after this show?
for you home many shows ..http://www.archive.org/details/gd82-07-18.sennheiser.willy.8484.sbeok.shnf ... ok so this was the first tape i was given and i got some good shrooms and peaked at mexi blues and rember looking at my friend and saying if i ever had a daughter i would name her cassidy rose after hearing the two songs played back to back well never named my daughter cassidy ... but still have the memorys
if i'm counting correctly, which this old brain may not always do ...
dy'all remember the all-night bonfires this first year of the the Boyz visits to the real SoCal? The Point, one of the great surf spots of the world ! and the TRAIN runnning right behind the stage this first weekend. and of course the dusty fairgrounds, leaving plenty of ground in our noses and ears and all ....
and the SHOWS!! Ventura brought some GREAT stuff on every visit, and this show was a perfect intro to their California beach life:
a 1st set closing Truckin', which they don't know WHAT to do with it for a minute!
Crazy Fingers; after 6 years, as beautifully crafted as ever
and a DOUBLE outta-nowhere encore and what an encore!
and these are just a couple of highlights. both shows were fantastic to attend, and nice to walk down the beach in my own town to attend the circus (one year we waved a huge US flag the whole way) and even better to listen to as the years go rolling on.
peace and love and thankfulness to all my dead family out there.
This show is still one of my all time favorites I attended. Took a Greyhound bus from Boston to L A ' don't think I would do that again " to see these shows. Once there we decided to go on the tour. Not sure what our plan would of been otherwise. We were young and just winging life. Oh boy what a fun summer.