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Oakland Coliseum Stadium - October 9, 1976

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Oakland Coliseum Stadium

October 09, 1976

Oakland, CA US

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Notes:

"Hitchcock Theme" tuning before "St. Stephen" - "Day On The Green #8" - billing: The Who; GD - 11:00 AM

Set List:

Promised Land
Mississippi Half-Step
Cassidy
Tennessee Jed
Looks Like Rain
They Love Each Other
New Minglewood Blues
Scarlet Begonias
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Sugaree

St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
St. Stephen
Help on the Way
Slipknot!
drums
Samson and Delilah
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
One More Saturday Night

U.S. Blues

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The Who hadda....

the Who haddan English Public Phone Structure on the side of the stage; the Dead hadda US Post Office Box.

keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune,
OXOX Merple Reddin

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25 cents

25 cent LSD on the way in the door I never heard a note the band played
glad that I took photos and that Dicks picks 33
was released
all said I had a really good time...

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42° 10' 50.4192" N, 120° 20' 51.2448" W
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What a Whoot!

Went to this show. Came down from Mt. Lassen area with some fellow travelers. Went thru Sacramento. Man! Was it ever a hot October day! Spent the nite before, at a friends house in Walnut Creek, my hometown. The day of show...great! all of us were on the green for the Dead's set. After that, we went upstairs to hear the Who. They were so loud, we could hear them perfect on the upper level. And I mean upper level, we were at the very top of the stadium. When it was all over, we came back down to do some scavenging. We did alright. Found a shirt that reminded me of money, had the same colour. and also some dollars too, to help out with gas money for the trip back up north. Another "what a day"!

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A Great Show

Went to Big Sur after the show, could not get to sleep.

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Drove up from Anaheim after work on Friday

Me and my next door neighbor, don't even remember his name, Pulled into scary part of Oakland and found a hotel, almost scarier, to crash for the next 6-8 hours before the show. We were 20 year old kids, but I guess we all were if your reading this.
I still remember Roger Daltrey's opening words because it was so hard to parse what he said through his British accent, "It's a bit bigger than Winterland," and they rocked hard through until third encore- you don't get fooled again- and Moonie rolled his drums off the stage.
I've seen a lot of Dead shows, but never with another band.
I remember a guy running around campaigning for Nobody for President.
Other than that, a lot of years and a lot of shows have gone by since then and a lot of good stuff, and bad, is lost to memory.
I got on here today cause I was watching toddler tv show "The Wheels on the Bus" and Roger Daltrey was voicing and singing the bus driver Dragon. That and Dr John doing intro for Curious George finally convinces me we are old.
Nothing like a Grateful Dead show.

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A friend of mine got

A friend of mine got introduced to the dead during the her school year while attending College. That was the year when all those Ugly Rumors abounded about the band never touring again... so she was not sure if she would ever get to see them play. she was attending UC Irvine in Southern California and a friend of her drops by her dorm with an extra ticket and an all-night van-ride to Oakland!!

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Oakland Coliseum Stadium - October 9, 1976