• Oakland Coliseum Stadium - July 24, 1987
    "Funiculi Funicula" & "Tico Tico" tunings before "Jack Straw" - final "Baby Tonight" - final "Highway 61" - final "I Want You" - final "Man Of Peace" - only "Shelter From The Storm" - final "Slow Train" - final "Times A Changin"

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  • Funiculi Funicula
    Jack Straw
    Mississippi Half-Step
    My Brother Esau
    Friend of the Devil
    Me and My Uncle
    Big River
    When Push Comes to Shove
    Far From Me
    Cassidy
    Deal

    Hell in a Bucket
    Scarlet Begonias
    Playin' in the Band
    drums
    Uncle John's Band
    Dear Mr. Fantasy
    I Need a Miracle
    Bertha
    Sugar Magnolia

    Times They Are A-Changin'
    Man of Peace
    Maggie's Farm
    I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
    I Want You
    Highway 61
    Baby Blue
    Stuck Inside of Mobile
    Ballad of a Thin Man
    Shelter From the Storm
    Slow Train Comin'
    Knockin' on Heaven's Door

    Touch of Grey
    All Along the Watchtower

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"Funiculi Funicula" & "Tico Tico" tunings before "Jack Straw" - final "Baby Tonight" - final "Highway 61" - final "I Want You" - final "Man Of Peace" - only "Shelter From The Storm" - final "Slow Train" - final "Times A Changin"
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Funiculi Funicula
Jack Straw
Mississippi Half-Step
My Brother Esau
Friend of the Devil
Me and My Uncle
Big River
When Push Comes to Shove
Far From Me
Cassidy
Deal

Hell in a Bucket
Scarlet Begonias
Playin' in the Band
drums
Uncle John's Band
Dear Mr. Fantasy
I Need a Miracle
Bertha
Sugar Magnolia

Times They Are A-Changin'
Man of Peace
Maggie's Farm
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
I Want You
Highway 61
Baby Blue
Stuck Inside of Mobile
Ballad of a Thin Man
Shelter From the Storm
Slow Train Comin'
Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Touch of Grey
All Along the Watchtower
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My first show. I was sixteen and didn't know what hit me... Nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile....
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Funny, no mention of Zimmy. I read in the Chronicle that the crowd was 75K, but knowing Bill he oversold it and I would say attendance 95K or pehaps even more. By far the largest grouping of humanity I have ever experienced. Sat in the 3rd base line and could not see the stage so well due to the distance, but the sound and crowd was great. Stuck inside mobile was a treat and a half. Shelter from the Storm was my favorite. This and Mountain Aire made the summer great for me.
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look about one step away from "homelessness".... seemed to be "dressed" in rags... poor Bob, those were a few tough years in that strech prior to re-hooking back up with Tom Petty and the Boys once again!

Loved the line-up of songs, but felt the Boys really "carried" Bob D through this one.... Loved the additional effort getting through Watchtower.

Love you Bob D., but Gerry, I'll always love you Better - FOREVER..

Geoff

..."one way or another"-New Speedway Boogie.... and "you need to be kissed often, and by a man who knows how"- Rhett to Scarlet - Gone with the Wind The Big Dog Dad - Schultzie

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This was my first show in probably about 5 years. I had moved to to Santa Cruz in 81. Got a girl pregnant in 82. And she was NOT a Deadhead! What was I thinking? Money & time were hard to come by in those days. Think I had recently got a decent job. And I wasn't going to miss this combo! Was driving her brother's Karmann Ghia that he gave us. I was having a great drive bopping to some Motown on the radio when traffic came to a stop. Couldn't find the brake fast enough and had a little fender bender. Still made it to the show. Greatly enjoyed the Dead playin Dylan but I have to agree he was looking pretty raggady. But I remember Jerry's face. He was having a GREAT time playing with Bob.
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This one, I had looked forward to for quite some time! Dylan and the Dead! History I taped this one. Got both of them! Why was it my last live one? It just had some sort of feel for me. Just something about it all. And, I had some good herb, wanted to share, rolled up a joint, passed it to someone next to me, he said "no thanks, got my own.!!! that said something to me, like "It's all over now, baby blue." I do remember the drums/space. Strange metal sound coming from Mickey.
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Almost forgot - thanks to Kim & John & Kendall for underwriting trip from AK, and muchas gracias to David who gave me his ticket. He was into Bonjovi at the time, anyway, though later became our hot teenage drummer who played The Eleven in 11/8 w/no problem! John and I had a Deadhead geezer rock band in Anchorage, called Joystick in the 90s, and we were lifelong Deadheads, so this was a rare treat! And Bob Dylan was the closing act, to boot - backed up by the Grateful Dead! John was originally from San Bruno, and we stayed with his folks. This was my first show since Anchorage 1980, and the first time I saw - and heard - surround sound rear speakers, with quadrophonic Drums and Space. Eew! Psychedelic!
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i Love You
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I was reading all you attendees comments and I'm stoked my second birthday held such a rockin' experience 3,000 miles from my home. Wish I'd been 22 instead of 2!
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    MitchIsDead85
    4 months 2 weeks ago
    Turning Two
    I was reading all you attendees comments and I'm stoked my second birthday held such a rockin' experience 3,000 miles from my home. Wish I'd been 22 instead of 2!
  • stuart walker
    5 years 11 months ago
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    Hard2Handle
    1 month 1 week ago
    Thanks, Kim, John & David
    Almost forgot - thanks to Kim & John & Kendall for underwriting trip from AK, and muchas gracias to David who gave me his ticket. He was into Bonjovi at the time, anyway, though later became our hot teenage drummer who played The Eleven in 11/8 w/no problem! John and I had a Deadhead geezer rock band in Anchorage, called Joystick in the 90s, and we were lifelong Deadheads, so this was a rare treat! And Bob Dylan was the closing act, to boot - backed up by the Grateful Dead! John was originally from San Bruno, and we stayed with his folks. This was my first show since Anchorage 1980, and the first time I saw - and heard - surround sound rear speakers, with quadrophonic Drums and Space. Eew! Psychedelic!
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    Hard2Handle
    8 years 3 months ago
    My first Quadrophonic Drums & Space
    My first Quadrophonic Drums & Space - oowie! Jerry sang "...why don't you arrest me?" and everybody laughed.
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    Row-jimmy
    8 years 8 months ago
    My last live show with them!
    This one, I had looked forward to for quite some time! Dylan and the Dead! History I taped this one. Got both of them! Why was it my last live one? It just had some sort of feel for me. Just something about it all. And, I had some good herb, wanted to share, rolled up a joint, passed it to someone next to me, he said "no thanks, got my own.!!! that said something to me, like "It's all over now, baby blue." I do remember the drums/space. Strange metal sound coming from Mickey.