Richmond Coliseum - October 6, 1984
October 06, 1984
Set List:Hell in a Bucket
They Love Each Other
New Minglewood Blues
Looks Like Rain
Don't Ease Me In
Fire on the Mountain
Playin' in the Band
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
One More Saturday Night
Attendees of this show
Jules N Binokulas, V-GOD, MikeOMikeO, UncleJohnJrsBand, skydiver44, fcbrew, ThomasMantellWilliams, madbonger618, tea2trey, hockey_john, 84-95, cosmicsushi714, ptown phool, gratefulgregv, DanSeth, Eastcoast65, cmd, Quazi, SBurke, EugeneEvon, goodliving, BonAirLightnin, chuckebbets, minutemouse, intrepid, JanaS, shannonsapitbull, Geodye420, ChinaRider77, mickydf250, WillyB, cryptl1028, Dpwilljr, Eyesbeyond, Dolabella, tcmarbles, Bleaux Leaux, mmtapeop, 123IBT, meepzort, Peisenberg, virginia blackie, Esparka, samchaz, CherylB, greeksam78, BIODTR58, tpenn, dr zevon, blang16, stroukoa, dbartolismith, greyfold, sugarmag68, alovours13, Folkways, landman53, Mister_Charlie, Irate, pockeyway, pat L, lonesomejohnnie, gatzapaul, sdiggs40, powderjunky, dp351, kenrock, gairleog, flach77, BurntDawg, St Stephen 65, pairdoc, skimpycritter, SCDeadhead, MagicPEZ, skydog0223, b3nd3r, deadheadfrom76, stlyrfac, gr8fulcraig, Lynnzie, tomsned66, dankstressny, tardis, skyuka, blueledboy, trippy, the bone, bobby, The_Music_Danced_Me, tsadler, aikox2, squ1rr3l, tonymasiello, MICKE527, zig zag man, skunjelefeti, lamarred664, iggy62, free2liv64, BornXeyed64, Tom Mittemeyer, shithead, rami, brookeok, Dilligaff Wilbury, hippiedino, snowindian, oldsouls, D from KS, jimi864, gnoodle, cosmicloyed, Upstate NY, BBAILEY, skullfu, dave h, sakparadise, Robert Francis, ticket lee, Sprybert, Dupreediamond420, Bluebird3434, Nikolai, 143or245, Tigerman, osborne fitzgerald mcclintic, ginsu710, Dankstress, mp51, still-dead, Elston64, teamcram, theleven, birdiewasthere, STEADFAST, rgreene, mote patrol, picnic, toneye, gratefultm65, umadeadfan, dhmikeo, klaussmith, eclipse, Sluys Guys, notbetty, jackandceleste, chinacatcumberland5, Rum Jungle, Majuroguy, FlyAwayTooNight, blondon1, MoonshineCito, logstirl, DFBWM, Grateful Diver, old but not dead, mcthwait, mary-sunshine, daphne, Superbengoshi, raven, Diceking, brainman, jackl921, eazywind, Kurtkormann, wharfrat8199, Dancingnancies, zyx, terrybear, tommyd, Bob Minkin, dharmagum, RAUCHFEST, LarryG, kennedk23, taperdave, Doc, Lastmngo, nalex, scottlovett, lucia dillon, Symmetry, gdgroupie, Cryptic_Envelopment, WWTyson, mmolman, batcavejoe, Alpo_va, OneGratefulDad, SkookS, walstib3, Bobby33914, Tony_S, jillstraw, Raff, Columbia, rdnzl, tcerneskie, tripperb, vinylanimyl, maredwar, dschpan, philfan61, marlo, Thom, battman, Zippatron, Duggles, tbsjr65, johnnyg, rodger allinson, ratskrad, jims, Alsflorida
They sure do like to arrest people in Richmond. See my 85' post.
A lot of folks poo-poo the 80's shows but give this one a listen: it's a wee bit sloppy sure but MAN, it is also very intense!!
Minglewood went on FOREVER w/ Bobby forcing himself to learn the slide just measure after measure in front of us all with Jerry just laying back there helping him learn.
Cassidy was damn near perfect. The space was outrageous.
When the boys nailed that a-cappella part in China Doll you could hear a pin drop.
The best part is I can hear myself laughing on one of the aud tapes during the intro to TLEO. I was a newbie and got a lot of guff from the veteran tapers to whom I was standing too close for my natural volume level.
What a show!!!
What a great show. First set lots of fun. Phil is just booming in first set... 2nd set is a classic. 3 great jams (Between Scarlet/Fire, Playing, out of space). As I remember (foggy at best) Jerry broke a string during Space and while he fixed it Phil, Bobby and Brent just went off. While the cops were a little aggressive outside, inside was great. The roof looked like a Giant Spider web, very trippy indeed. I actually enjoyed this show more than the 2 classics they played there in 1985.
I guess whatever dose I took at the start of this night was waaaay too strong and most of the first set is a mind melt.
During the break, I was so high that I just walked around the lower perimeter of the upper level, over and over again (I couldn't stop) until the second set started.
I think I gradually learned that if I was going to dose, It was best to do it hours before the show so that once it started you had a reached a level of consciousness where you could get the most out of the scene and more importantly, the music.
The second set of this show launched me into the stratosphere. I didn't even mind the Day Job encore, because the rest was so great.
I always come back to this show it seems.I love these 84 shows
For those of you who weren't there or just haven't heard this second set. In my humble opinion, it's the most powerful Fire On The Mountain I witnessed in that entire decade.
This includes the Merriweather '85 and New Haven '83 versions, which are also historical.
Hearing the beginning notes of Playin' In The Band after that was a Deadhead's dream.
What a beautiful China Doll.
If you listen very closely starting just after the 11:30 mark of Playin', there is a Dark Star tease. It's actually obvious to the discernible listener.