Grateful Dead

Radio City Music Hall - October 25, 1980

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Radio City Music Hall

October 25, 1980

New York, NY US

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Notes:

"Franklin's" appears on "Dead Set"

Set List:

Deep Elem Blues
The Race is On
Been All Around This World
El Paso
To Lay Me Down
Monkey and the Engineer
Bird Song
Heaven Help the Fool
Dire Wolf
Ripple

Mississippi Half-Step
Franklin's Tower
Me and My Uncle
Big River
High Time
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble on Rose
Looks Like Rain
Deal

Cold Rain and Snow
Lost Sailor
Saint of Circumstance
Uncle John's Band
Playin' in the Band
drums
The Other One
Black Peter
Around and Around
One More Saturday Night

U.S. Blues

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Attendees of this show

chefano007, Frankie In atlanta, mamajo422, payingdues, brezit, the dude 58, KKWDeadHead, Purple Haze, angiejo, petemx5, ChicoNH, astone, ZephyrGirl, eeephour, ChinaRider77, ranger1324, bigdaddyinc68, PA Quinn The Eskimo, friskie, jackjjstraw, greatfulted, Dancin Dave, ndhart, drc456, swiecima, Mr.Natural, downtownbear, boonedeadhead, Mud, swa, poorPeter, AlaskaDeadHead1, foreverahead, Mark Harvey, deadredhead, skullsandroses, DeadHeadDaveMo, cozchaz09, Extinguiderm, chicagomarc, tommcgee1, Lionsghost, Heynow from The Well, zombie_wolf, lstapes, nicklas59, powderjunky, st stephen 11, grtfuld, flach77, BurntDawg, coldrain_snow, matki822, deadbass36, MagicPEZ, Lynchie, J Mully, Shaugn, deadheadfrom76, New York Guy, wilbur3134, Grat3fulDad, muff1969, dalillamma, bobby, aikox2, DinoBam, Blue Yodel France, skunjelefeti, DeadPhotog, slipmahonee@msn.com, aliceDmillionair, billdrumz, Aceetobee42, buffalo81, Carl Adams, Mr. Pid, Wharfrat1963, ChicoNYC, BEGGERSPAY, jgminerals, mganter, Blue Yodel no 9 - France, Cosmic.Wimpout, Nikolai, Socrateazer, drkeith, dedhedesq, wharftrat, conway, Brownie, grapefuldave, SocietysPliers, West.August, Dice, Ted S, Garypaul, rmarsmedic, Doughboy, scoobydoo, Gr8fulIra, sequoiadean, HowardH, jitsky, astone516, croc, MoJoCo, Freddie, Valerie Stevenson, BlondeJim, mstaggerlee, JurassicBlueberries, bigdancingbear, ozsweet, ribbsey, Uncle Jimmie, seaweed94, Superbengoshi, craig maceachern 2 dustyrose, sf83080, fishnow, wolf, jerryskid3691, deadhead11, westsiderider, robsegall1956, jerryskid, softmonkey, elynn1940, BurningShore Prophet, Bob Minkin, direwolf02, Margs, jrazz, WackaloonQ, paparooster, stonyweirdo, kenco, johns21074, gig1029, bonz713, fotd313, bribenk, hot2na, Cloud37, tony23d, DeadHdMike, bem1163, Queer Deadhead, Bobby33914, Hawilo, dhhikerct, cryptical1, Kenman, EDupree, jdwilgus, drewzter, unclephil, RZ12-4-71, NYLifer, PCB, joeybug69, marlo, BlackandWhite.Peter, kgbdeadhead, pomo1, JerseySchwartz, B42, MAXROD, rodger allinson, Edgefan, Zott, javerv, aud

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Number 5

Drove up to NY in my Renault Le Car with John Ade, Ralph Gardner and Tom Allen and stayed with John Ade's brother in Tarrytown. It was a great road trip. After one of the show we went to a bar full of college girls. One of them liked my hat and wore it all night but I did not get lucky.

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Radio City 10/25/80

My 2nd Grateful Dead show. The only show of the run I attended and it was certainly one to remember. A really fun show played really well. This is the show Phil strolled up to Bobby's mic before the beginning of the 3rd set and said, "We haven't taken requests for 15 years and we're not about to begin now." I've always hoped this show (in it’s entirety) would be released. The Radio City and Warfield shows are historic and showcase the GD at one of their many peaks in the Grateful Dead timeline.

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What a sweet feeling.

What a sweet feeling.

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#3 for me...

This was my third... We got our ducats from a 'ticket broker' up on Route 23 in Bloomingdale, NJ... This was a Saturday night - a school night - I was now 17 and a senior in High School... Not being the best stuident, I had to be content with trying to get to shows on weekend nights (funny how, almost 30 years later, I still have to try and hit shows on weekend nights, but for different reasons :) )

Anyhoo, this was RADIO CITY! Plush red carpet! Art Deco elegance! Big gold statues! Humongous stage drapes! Full-service bars on each floor! My gawd, we were in HEAVEN! Me, Pete up from school in WV, Gerry, Chrissy, Michelle and Melissa... We took a bus in from Jersey, but the show ended so late we had to call my brother up to come drive us home, as the buses stopped running after midnight, or whatever time it was.... Trippy drive through the tunnel, with bro Jeff not so happy. Hey man! Don't harsh our buzz! Man, what a scene... Show is immortalized by the Franklins Tower (again, 3 for 3 now!) which appears on Dead Set, and the acoustic To Lay Me Down, which is on Reckoning....

Oh, how sweet it was...

Gim

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Radio City Music Hall - October 25, 1980