Grateful Dead

Silva Hall - May 8, 1984

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Silva Hall

May 08, 1984

Eugene, OR US

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Average: 5 (2 votes)

Notes:

"Beer Barrel Polka" tuning before "Jack Straw"

Set List:

Jack Straw
Cold Rain and Snow
New Minglewood Blues
Candyman
Me and My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
Looks Like Rain
Might As Well

Scarlet Begonias
Touch of Grey
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Terrapin Station
drums
The Other One
Wharf Rat
I Need a Miracle
Morning Dew

Sugar Magnolia
Brokedown Palace

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I am surprised no one has commented on this night. Was fun very fun. As is usually the case with out of the way shows. There was not any extra hype to these shows just shows in the great northwest. Ya maybe we all thought the Pranksters might come out and jam like in 83.
As far as the show itself we all got excited over the Scarlet Touch although I think many of us would like to have gotten the Scarlet Fire instead. But the novelty was fun, the unexpected was what we traveled to shows for. In 1984 we got a lot of it so many break outs Dark Star at the Greek's Love light at Alpine, Do it in the road and Casey Jones at Merriweather, just want to make love to you at Ventura , Mr Fantasy At the rocks, Big boss man battle of new Orleans in Toronto. Sure am missing something somewhere. Oh ya Day Tripper San Fran aud, Gimme some loving , suppositious , Bottom and tons of steal. Not that that one meant much to us except for the fact that Phil stepped up to the mic and sang.
So Scarlet Touch was fun and all but to me I liked that they did 2 jerry ballads after rhythm devils Other One > Wharf Rat > Miracle > Morning Dew. That was fun and took backseat to the Scarlet Touch.

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Silva Hall - May 8, 1984