July 02, 1987
"Take A Step Back" before "Esau" - "Mexican Hat Dance" tuning before "China Cat"
Set List:Hell in a Bucket
My Brother Esau
When Push Comes to Shove
Tons of Steel
Me and My Uncle
Brown Eyed Women
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Samson and Delilah
Looks Like Rain
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
All Along the Watchtower
Black Muddy River
Attendees of this show
Take a Step Back was particularly harrowing for me and my pal (Caribou on the list here). All was bliss again by the time it started raining right on cue during Looks Like Rain.
I was as close to the stage as I've ever been and the first set is the longest (in terms of number of songs) that I ever saw. The scene was what I remember most, but the music was well played and executed. Great Watchtower especially.
my first show ever
yeas back where it all began, i think.
nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile
does anybody else remember how hellish it was to leave after the show? or the 3 jugglers performing on the infield as we left? one on homeplate one on third and one on the pitchers mound throwing bowling pins to eachother
I finally got to hear this show (Thanks Archive.net!) after 20 years. My GOD they were tight this night. The China Cat > Rider is one for the ages!!! I never realized what an awesome show this was. The "waa-waa" Estimated Prophet sound Bobby provided during China Cat gives it such a funky, delightful sound. Truly a great show!!! Do yourself a favor and download the second set of this show.
I was there w/ the only girl I've ever loved and my college buds. THis was truly a great show, It kicked off fast and hard and didn't let up till Stella...I'll not forget the Watchtower, but it was the Black Muddy River that had me crying like a baby, in my baby's arms.
His job is to shed light, not to master.
I had graduated from high school the previous month, and this was a highlight in a summer full of highlights. We got there just a little late in a bit of a drizzle because my buddy had locked my car keys in the trunk ... but the weather broke and we were walking up to the venue when the band started into Bucket ... remember looking up at the people we could see in the top rows of the stands around the stadium erupt into dance .... my friends weren't in as much of a hurry to get in as I was, so I took off and slithered inside ... general admission was great for a first dead show - I spent the entire day experiencing the show from the front, the back, the sides, in and out of different pockets of people ... still remember during Stella seeing an enormous, incredibly intoxicated biker drooling on himself - talk about incongruence ... also remember seeing a girl writhing on the floor in convulsions during China Cat, thank God the medical assistance was on scene right away ... remember buying a hotdog at the snack bar on the floor during the break and couldn't wait for the second set to start ... Cassidy blew me away ... if anyone remembers two morons walking around with a giant inflatable godzilla, well I was one of the morons. I was completely immersed in the communal party atmosphere of the show and loved every minute of it. No show I attended after that came anywhere close to this experience.
Bucket and Bertha are on Youtube just type Silver Stadium in the search bar and enjoy.
Just watched Bertha and I have to say they were on! Jerry was really into it.What a great scene that I miss more now then ever.I like Phil's comments after the song!