Grateful Dead

Folsom Field - June 8, 1980

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Folsom Field

June 08, 1980

Boulder, CO US

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Notes:

official 15th anniversary celebration - also: Warren Zevon

Set List:

Uncle John's Band
Playin' in the Band
Uncle John's Band
Me and My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
Samson and Delilah
Easy to Love You
Althea
Looks Like Rain
Deal

Feel Like a Stranger
Ship of Fools
Estimated Prophet
Eyes of the World
drums
Saint of Circumstance
Black Peter
Sugar Magnolia

Alabama Getaway
Brokedown Palace

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Was I there?

Did not have tickets, so we listened outside. Remember feeling so sad I was not inside when the first notes of UJB sounded....

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i was there with dr. bob

i was there with dr. bob

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Just Listening

I was just listening to the opener from this show, UJB, and got chills when the guy announcing declares "I guess this is the beginning of the second 15 years", and then 15 years later, 1995, well, you know... Cool that Phil starts UJB off.

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EXCELLENT SHOW

I was living in Boulder at the time and a friend took me to the show. Truely was one of the better shows I had seen and the shrooms were good too.

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My First

I was but a teenager. I was going just for Warren Zevon. A friend turned me on to eating acid for breakfast that day. And the rest is history. As I mark the shows attended, I will not be surprised to see that they may well number to more than 200. With ZERO regrets.

May Peace accompany you -

grandmaster melliemello

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warren zevon

01. Play It All Night Long
02. Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School
03. Johnny Strikes Up the Band
04. Excitable Boy
05. Gorilla, You're a Desperado
06. Werewolves of London
07. Carmelita
08. Jeannie Needs a Shooter
09. A Certain Girl
10. Band Intros
11. Poor Pitiful Me
12. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
13. Lawyers, Guns and Money

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gonna leave this brokedown palace....

After a crazy night at the Lazy L we woke up to water backed up and a clean up going on at the hotel. Went to the holiday inn up the block saw Jerry and Warren Zevon leaving. Went inside to have breakfast, Brent was sitting down eating. Missed Zevon for the second day- oh well. A lovely Sunday afternoon, John Scher introduction and a HUGE surprise. Uncle Johns was lovely, Phil was powerful and we were sent into a heavenly deadasphere for the rest of the afternoon. First set ended with another deal. Celebration was in the air. During eyes of the world a flock of birds came by and flew around for awhile and flew off as eyes morphed into a pre drums jam. At the time I thought it was going into CC rider. During Sunshine Daydream I saw ALL the levels on the soundboard maxed. It was LOUD. Went to the top of the stadium for the encore. Looking at the Flatirons during Brokedown is an image I can't forget. Back to the Lazy L, satisified, I went for a post show dip in the pool. The next day we left but lost the stash. We finally came down from the show somewhere in Pennsylvania. Thank you Grateful Dead.

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motel

i grew up in boulder
did you mean the lazy J motel ?
my parents would get a room there for a day so we kids could play in the pool
.......ck

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Folsom Field - June 8, 1980