Grateful Dead

Cape Cod Coliseum - October 27, 1979

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Cape Cod Coliseum

October 27, 1979

South Yarmouth, MA US

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Average: 4.9 (10 votes)

Notes:

last "Caution Jam": 10-22-78 [68]

Set List:

Jack Straw
Candyman
Me and My Uncle
Big River
Brown Eyed Women
Easy to Love You
New Minglewood Blues
Stagger Lee
Lost Sailor
Saint of Circumstance
Deal

Dancin' in the Streets
Franklin's Tower
He's Gone
Caution Jam
The Other One
drums
Not Fade Away
Black Peter
Around and Around

One More Saturday Night

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Lyrics Help!

so...who knows what Brent is singing in Easy To Love You?? feel free to send me an email or something!

Otherwise, seems like a kinda slow first set. Wake up,Jerry!

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Oct. 27, 1979

My first show and 25 years the Red Sox won it all on the anniversary while I cranked the tape in the background. After all, who can listen to Fox for the whole game! I would really love to get a photo from this show, especially of Phil and Jerry ripping into the the mind melting Other One.

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Small arena

Yeah, I like general admission shows in a 7000 seat arena. Intimate setting for the Grateful Dead. I meet friends who turn me on to Peyote for the first time. This is definitely a family event... lot of people screwing and dnacing together -- Don't let go!

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Lesh's intro to The Other One

It shook my mind

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Almost like clock work

Indeed, most of set 2 cooks & rocks. Indeed, intimate 6000-7000 people gen admission, and the outside environnement was ... woooo, rather isolated... in the midst of the C Cod woods. very cool show.

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Elvis Costellos's tour bus

A group of 20 of us got tickets from a radio station in Boston and rented Elvis Costello's tour bus for the ride. My cousin was with in a hippie commune in W. Ma, and they had the bus in for repairs. So they rented it to us. What a trip! We had to pull around the back to park and as we did the limo with the band pulled along side. Garcia got out and look up at us, flipped up his sunglasses, and mouthed the word "Wow". Great concert ,too. No better start than Jack Straw and Candyman!

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Awesome show we where

Awesome show we where driving down from boston picked up a dude going to the show.He had some great smoke.

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another crazy ride

trippin from Elmira, NY - picked up gonzo in bingo - no herb, just blow - picked up my brother in hartford he had hitched down from amherst, locked the keys in the car ! had to call the mobile locksmith on sat am to get us back in the wheels - met bud, carolyn, & jerry in cape cod - great show - very cold sleeping in car at campground after the show - couldn't stay for sunday since i had to be back at work on mon am - brent was hot ! challenging jerry on jams, still learning to play with the wolf without trying to top him ! !wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world

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Old deadheads dont die... they just not fade away

Nice out of the way venue. Nice crowd inside. During the jam in Dancin' it sounded like an amp gaveway. I remember it being loud at the time. The band paused and the tearing sound happened again. The band just about stopped. They were all looking at each other. Garcia starts with marching like chords, the rest of the band joins in and they all take it to the next dimension in playing from there. Post He's Gone into The Other One still gives me chills 30 years later. Grateful Dead at its best.

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First Show ... don't remember much

This was the show that started me on my adventures and love affair with the band . I don't remember much of the show but I always felt that this venue was in the middle of nowhere even though it's not. They did play closer to my home that year but I never knew and probably didn't really care much it took getting me to the show to turn my ears around. I was still in Jr High and I loved Kiss at the time.

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Cape Cod Coliseum - October 27, 1979