October 09, 1989
"Stranger" appears on "Without A Net" - last "Dark Star": 07-13-84  - last "Attics": 10-28-72  - Show billed as "Formerly The Warlocks"
Set List:Feel Like a Stranger
Built to Last
Little Red Rooster
Ramble on Rose
We Can Run But We Can't Hide
Stuck Inside of Mobile
Music Never Stopped
Playin' in the Band
Uncle John's Band
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Hey Jude Reprise
Attics of My Life
Attendees of this show
This show should be put out complete, no compilation
best "music" i've heard-the houselights came up and everyone roared cuz no one had left-you guys remember???
A Night with a Band Beyond Description.....
As EPIC as a modern day Grateful Dead show got IMHO.
Set I - Song selections and versions all outstanding
Set II - well....kinda speaks for itself...and its really the Attics that puts it over the top.
Along with the version of Playin>UJB>Playin and that old weird song called Dark Star?? Heard it was played alot in 69-74
Or something like that....
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
...was at this show with my buddy, George "Ludeman" Moehler!!!
This stands out as the finest of all that I ever attended especially Dark Star (the crowd roar during the opening notes was deafening), DDHNM, MR. F, Hey Jude and an Attics encore!!!!!!!!!
I still have a photo floating around somewhere of the marquee stating "formerly billed as 'The Warlocks!'. I'll try to dig it up and post it.
I contacted Dick when Dick's Picks first came out to recommend this show but...
Biggest group hug in the world on the second level. All I could say for about a week was "They played Dark Star, They Played Dark Star...".
well....one of my favorite shows and I think the only one that I was completely straight. What makes it even more perfect was that I had an extra ticket that night and walked around the whole scene pre show trying to give the thing away and could find no takers.....everyone had tickets and i couldn't even give the ticket away for free!!! Everyone got in that night who wanted to. Pretty awesome night with a lot of happy people afterwards.
another show while in the United States Navy, so needless to say, not in the same "experience", never the less outfuckingstanding. Brent was freaking on, i remember it seemed like Bobby, Jerry, and Brent were competing on topping each other vocaly. truely wonderful show. stumbled on tickets just days before show, not widley advertised, and listed as "Warlocks" it was fate that got me there.
....shows of the last 5 years. I was at the Greek in 84' for the Dark Star there but still it was spine tingling from the first notes. The Death Don't was ridiculous. Jerry just shreds it. Attics was one of my all time big bustouts. So much fun.
Found extra ticket, tried to give ticket away, everyone had ticket. Finally found youngster who took the ticket...we told them it was going to be special night. It was. Came out of show, everyone very quiet. Very Quiet....friend of mine threw his arms up like ref at football game signaling a touch down and yelled "WE WON", everyone cheered!!!!! Then it was quiet again....mind blowing night!!!! Special. Years later, at shoreline, in parking lot before a JGB show, had this tape playing in car and someone came up and said "thats hampton, warlocks...right?" Right, Special.
....and there was NOTHING on the east coast quite like a Hampton concert. Just a wonderful, general admission venue. I still get chills when I put on the tape and hear that crowd roar go up at the first notes of Dark Star. As good as it sounds on the old tape, in person it was just amazing.