Meadowlands Arena - November 11, 1985
November 11, 1985
Set List:Walkin' the Dog
New Minglewood Blues
Me and My Uncle
Looks Like Rain
Don't Ease Me In
Fire on the Mountain
Eyes of the World
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Turn on Your Love Light
Attendees of this show
V-GOD, mganter, Mayor of Bay Terrace, Laheyrj10, CassidyNYC59, JackStraw427, rymo, IkoIko95, BillyBlastoff, kayman714, Oxford 88, philledawg, mtoti1962, chaseutley, jormagarcia, M.Laurentus, hockey_john, Purple Haze, LongHammer6, Quazi, aplisko, munclemex, Debdeadhead, Mind Bender, madolyn, Phinnegan, GR8TEFUL DEAD 1984, Stardancer, NJgr8ful, intrepid, AlpineValley81, gmjbeachside, ChinaRider77, sliver61, matt stein, Peak0db, yodel9, stevevan33, thepeacesignguy, kfoxrocks, moogirl, ggdead, Dolabella, rengalt, Sequitor, Peisenberg, Deadwhiteandblu, ripple13, chyams, greatfulted, hippierob, lazarus11, jz, kjmcdonagh, samchaz, uponscrutiny, Ljouwert, BlackMuddyHiker, carolsnyder68, Steve-o Brooklyn, gpeach, darkstarcrashes, spacewalker, tpenn, dr zevon, Iko37, Mr.Natural, downtownbear, Mud, swa, Boris90, Randy779, redcoatblues, chefdh1, bobjewellconnecticut, AlaskaDeadHead1, melted 51, stroukoa, jsginbull, foreverahead, Gr8ful Dean, madbonger618, palmsunday, StaggerLee69, ddam, deadredhead, jlawless, dbartolismith, billyg, liberty525, Tweety42, bml140, Terrathea, cozchaz09, sugarmag68, alovours13, tommcgee1, RaymondMBrown, hillndale, Danc1n, hightimeloser, Mister_Charlie, mercurygd, MONTANAGREEN, thumbsup.pete, nicklas59, pat L, Deadercize 4 Life - formerly Bob Quinton, drjass57, cocktailman, tcrider, gatzapaul, powderjunky, Bettinadragonfly, firstname.lastname@example.org, jeffbigcur, kenrock, shakedave, grtfuld, LuigiDied, BurntDawg, Ruttco, coldrain_snow, Monad, matki822, pairdoc, JohnnyThunder, truckinsunshine, MagicPEZ, imabmf, Mzuzu, grooveon, dancingcat, jsomoza, DireWolfStudios, deadheadfrom76, gr8fulcraig, 4 Rivers, ruk1nd, dds364, clutch_cargo, sgf64, voodoonola, terrapinrichie, NNJDEADHEAD68, Grat3fulDad, sitirose, redeft, The_Music_Danced_Me, BarefeetBob, aikox2, bobbyb, DinoBam, wiggy, skunjelefeti, cosmic_skye, lamarred664, free2liv64, yuletime, Amitayus, Picasso, beandog22, nickelless, cub, Boman, Jimmy C., gammalyte, aliceDmillionair, bucks-yellow van, jimi864, gnoodle, cosmicloyed, Ami, skullfu, scarletfire16, NM-MCS, JMY714, sakparadise, Dashoesoff, funkygoodpants, Wharfrat1963, ticket lee, Sprybert, greg, Dupreediamond420, Bluebird3434, DaNell, merle211, captrips, Nikolai, twilaq1, Bigtedman3, BertRei, gfr, Mr.Skjellyfetti, ginsu710, ladyfinger, gr8tfulandy, macdoogle, still-dead, Peachy, jeff bovee, Mike Wid, DeMaumau, hamal, LeftHandMonkeyWrench, AoxoA, The Lord of Eltingville, rgreene, gr8fuldaddy1, jbass77bc, Bill Stratton, Babuyaya, JkStrw, ramblonrose, SocietysPliers, jz323, Ted S, desmo123, lioness, umadeadfan, jauerbach, rmarsmedic, Doughboy, unyun, JMRDead, HowardH, chinacatcumberland5, jozeppy, KingLono, croc, blondon1, MoonshineCito, jackstrw, logstirl, George C. Hartman, DFBWM, keswah, Longnook, johnkiely, CynnamoonGirl, GaryHartman, east_coast1, jpjp, mcthwait, Jetstream, andrewmyers, OSH, mstaggerlee, JurassicBlueberries, Josef, daphne, catchmohl, wubai65, EightyEights, Diceking, wolf, brainman, tganz, sugarmag122, REWHBLCAIN, brweldon81, dedliv, slpatgun, johnh, AnnieRoses, Erica Evans, Big Boss Man, ez2lovu, Forever_Deadicated, shkdnst, OBY-BEN-WAH-KENOBY, Terry Tolkin, robsegall1956, jerryskid, Ginsengsully, chef, drumzspace, crippledbutfree, tommyd, Bob Minkin, davemix, Mike Edwards, legionmary, Truckin79, nalex, Charlies_Pasture, stonyweirdo, IkoIko65, ripple7, Symmetry, GARCIAHEAD, Emerald4689, Jim Gore, Friend of the Devil, riggertoo, Univax, bonz713, Finster, WWTyson, fotd313, Bookah, Offbeat-Andy, billman, gratefulron, batcavejoe, whitewolf, TracyS, lazlo, njwreckdiver, bribenk, NYDEADHEAD, OneGratefulDad, judyc7, Joey Bonghitter, Lesh-Is-More, mcleary, walstib3, mrngdo, Won-I, augwest386, Bobby33914, Tony_S, c1042, jillstraw, micp1274, TomK, mksmith, rdnzl, speedymjb, paulb, Grateful1313, cumberlandcase, 333mike, Maliz, RZ12-4-71, Kenpb, vinylanimyl, dadoknuuts, MikeT, sameyeyam5, kjh13, Hank Breeze, ratdog58, pzz, Billy Delion, darkstar394, Thom, kgbdeadhead, JerseySchwartz, battman, Chuck9896, Duggles, tbsjr65, sixstringsmoreorLesh, ratskrad, Bozo Bus, jims, dzemma, other1, Charlie Miller, kuu, aud
MY SECOND SHOW:: This shaped me as a Dead Head!!! Deal, Althea, Me and My Uncle, Big River, Bird Song, LL Rain. Scarlet/Fire, Eyes, GDTRFB, Brokedown. Still to this day, still in my top 20!!
One of the best shows I've ever been to.
This was my 1st Fantasy-Hey jude......I cryed. It came out of no where, with Brent leading the way!!!
Going ahead and laugh, I'm sure all of you cryed at one show or another.
I always love that scarlet-fire-estimated-eyes opener.
Weir in the middle of Lovelight stops it, yelling " wait a minute, wait a minute, WAIT A MINUTE!!!! I thought something was wrong??
a few seconds went by...........the band looking at Weir puzzeled?? "a good frind of mine once told me, turn on your love light and keep it on , Ture on your love light and let shine on me" I cryed again..............i must have eat some good crying acid that night...............lol
Fucking good show!!!!
This was a great show, but pretty short. I have a ticket stub and it only costs $15.00!! Can't buy any ticket that low any more.
ladder gels were in the lot my friend OUTTA THIS WORLD
I remember this was a good fun show! I remember during the set break, I was looking at my purple light up rose, (which I purchased right outside MSG,right before the St. Stephen show in 1983, my first & last Stephen) & there something I had not noticed before, written in script up the the side of the green battery holder was "Love Light" (which I had never heard live yet). Staring @ it I said to my friend hey Gary look this is my love light, he laughed, then I showed him the inscription & he said wow it really is! I said yeah it is & here I always said it was my St. Stephen w/a rose light. I then made a prediction that I would get my first Love Light that evening. I was grinning from ear to ear! when they broke that out!! Gary looked @ me & just said, "WOW" that is one lucky light you have there. Yeah it was. As a side note, That light is 25 yrs old & still works! Everyonce in a while I'll bring it with me to a Rat Dog or a Phil show!
I met some awesome people here.good show
Wow I was in heaven only time I ever saw the Dead on my B-day
This venue still is were the "'The Cattle Crossing"is at. A name that stuck for the wooden structure that covers the pedestrian overpass from the Giant's Stadium parking lots, across the high-way and into Brendan Barn's lot and the arena. There is no other way to get there.
So if you did not get delayed enough at the NJ Turnpike toll booths plus the crawl thru the cattle-crossing (were deals a plenty were going down)
and then the frisk and ticket scrutiny at the outer fence and your feet were inside by 7pm. you heard "Walking The Dog > Deal"
Of course being a taper I had to leave the hotel party early, then the lot party to stand in que at the correct outer-fence. But Oh-boy, being on the floor, all systems go, beer in hand , fatty zone, then the Deal with wide-open dance space around the sound board. I was lovin' it.
As a resident of Long Island I did not look forward to shows in NJ. Especially the Meadowlands. It was exhausting to get there and once at the meadowlands there was no easy way out. If you didn't get there early you were forced to park far from the venue. I think this was the first show that Byrne arena had signs that read " No knives, guns, weapons or missiles allowed", WTF. Fortunately once inside most shows - including 11/11 were very enjoyable. I think this was the first show I saw the Garcia Band version of Deal with the jam prior to last chorus- not a big fan. Loved Bird Song. Second set was big bouncy and beautiful. I think this was the first show I saw Dear Mr. Fantasy. Loved it!! On this night it was preceded by some nice space. Brokedown was a perfect ending. As usual I left very satisfied and wished the boys would never return to NJ