Autzen Stadium - July 19, 1987
July 19, 1987
"Addams Family" tuning before "Masterpiece" - first "Dead Man" - only "Heart Of Mine" - final "Judas Priest" - first "Maggie's Farm" - first "Rainy Day Women" - final "Tangled Up" - first "Watching The River Flow"
Set List:Iko Iko
Feel Like a Stranger
New Minglewood Blues
West L.A. Fadeaway
Let it Grow
Gimme Some Lovin'
Playin' in the Band
Turn on Your Love Light
Dead Man, Dead Man
Watching the River Flow
Simple Twist of Fate
Frankie Lee and Judas Priest
Stuck Inside of Mobile
Heart of Mine
Rainy Day Woman
Queen Jane Approximately
Ballad of a Thin Man
Tangled Up in Blue
Touch of Grey
All Along the Watchtower
Attendees of this show
PotterJohn, rainshine, gypsyta2r, LocoBrian, pshep, Muddler, bluewater, rlrs, hockey_john, Ithaca69, mulefarmer, Smokey3644, GratefulDen, Martolli, dancin dean, Phinnegan, blake wood, Blam8o, micshe9, shannonsapitbull, grammack57, ChinaRider77, phisam, revelation bus, chastason, Sustainabill, honestbob, smarcus, Dconca, Trailedby20, darkstarcrashes, picc, Cosmichris, ForrestInFallbrook, AmazonTracy, bugnuts, AlaskaDeadHead1, sealmojo, taperjeff, earthballeric, monopolymike, johnburton, weatherbill7, W.A.L.S.T.I.B., buckeroobonzai, rockyj1319, Ramboorider, ChantalAndGeorge, tcrider, beano, Iggy, McKenzie83, DIreCoyote, bmuffin, Android, MagicPEZ, boise83, gr8fldoc, Kosher-Pigpen, Front Row Jerry Side, chloecat, zekethefreak, tomsned66, greendad, TommyHolland, MissReddin, The_Music_Danced_Me, Brooklyn Peach, jimbo60, ehuloko, Jazzmaze88, bearly, rami, beandog22, Sleepingdragon777, aivy, nassau73, gammalyte, trpnflyr, WaywardBill, phinneaus, oscodapat, alltheyearscombine, whitebird, harry blotter, DissN00, Tenner, Sleepy Monkey, Wandering Soul, gliderider, artemisrose, johnnybgoode, romp711, geriskids83, SugarMag51, Planetary_Refugee, Rum Jungle, RIPPLERider, dbird, rich47, tdub, weird72, RP1, treesdream, BlondeJim, Michael Sofris, stove46, bsea41, Josef, john888, mary-sunshine, badtpyist, misngfingr, thfalk, tdewey, SweetWilliamO, acehigh53, tigerstrikes, Dire Wolff, OBY-BEN-WAH-KENOBY, keepergary, capt tapes, craigeyler, taz buddddy, bassspace67, granfallooon, robcork, gr8full john, teddeadhead, juicediva, peace3314, terralisa, GratefulSteve, MattMan, Staggerlee, mapfreak, rosecitybear, gra8phil, NorthwestMichael, philsurf, theoneandonlycorky, tommyfogarty, bigsky, Zomby D Wulf, markmurg, Old Nughuffer, kezardead, Hank Stamper, bfinke, LeshBass, rainbow-trout, Far-L, Radon Denada, redlouis1, dannyclark1966, woodyinthebasement, ace17, garyfish, eelpie62, crazyfingers, Zippatron, scozac, spam, fogzone, mandala, dreamtime, gflded, Jonckel, marye
Eugene was always a blast! That other guy was pretty good, too!
realization with skypilot that Regan Knew/arms for contra's
This was my first...rained A LOT the day before. The sun came out for the show, my mind was blown, my life was changed.
I was walking around on the field, which is made from this spongy 'astro' material...and just coning on when they broke out Feel Like A Stranger...
walking on that surface definitely made that song resonate for me...
Eugene, Oregon is always worth checking out if you're in the area.
They have a state fair outside of Eugene every summer that is the most hippified state fair you could dream of.
Made by hippies for hippies...you do the math.
I was coming on...
just for the record, to my knowledge, I have never coned on...
However, there is always the possibility that I have without knowing it...
just for the record...
ther is a spiritual life force that was attemting to be recognized through garcia and hunters music beleive it or not it is still there waiting...........
After this show we went back to my VW Bug which we had piled into from Portland, and someone had put a new Rainbow Skeleton sticker on my window. I always wanted to say thank you...
What a fun day.... Pretty good Dead set, but you could tell they were pacing themselves for Dylan set. Dylan came out and generally mumbled and shuffled for the first few songs, very unfocused,,,,but when the band starting chugging hard on Frankie Lee and Judas Priest, Dylan seemed to come alive and spit out the lyrics with passion. All in all, Dylan was a bit uneven, but I thought the boys fit his music like a glove, one of the best bands Dylan ever could have had. Too bad there weren't more tours, especially after hearing subsequent interviews where Dylan credits the Dead for picking him up out of a creative low point.
Lying on my back. watching the clouds, John Lennon's face appeared, smiling down
A lot of spray bottle love being spraied around, even the event staff floated around, that place was always a trip.
A BUS TO NEVER EVER LAND