Madison Square Garden - September 18, 1987
September 18, 1987
Set List:Hell in a Bucket
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
All Along the Watchtower
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Attendees of this show
mganter, Nace1031, scottocs, surfdude67, IkoIko95, kemo, BillyBlastoff, kayman714, Mosfed, M.Laurentus, hockey_john, badweiser, djgold14, Purple Haze, ptown phool, LongHammer6, peakshead, docjbf, Snaggletooth_, jeepster, Debdeadhead, mp51, DANNG, halloweenkid, Phinnegan, TrippyPete, juddh1, boo5270, intrepid, jod9157, gmjbeachside, Geodye420, ChinaRider77, heatheranne.johnson, Stephen Shepherd, yodel9, skharvey, tashwolf, Nikon Harry, bigdaddyinc68, Jaypro, Dpwilljr, Eyesbeyond, rengalt, whirldpeace, Sequitor, tmaleymcc, 123IBT, nipsyhustle, smarcus, chyams, lotsofgreensmiles, jilleh, rainman67ko, jz, Leggs4, niptotheair, Ljouwert, Steve-o Brooklyn, rodiebluez1, joebroomhead, Mr.Natural, swa, chefdh1, bobjewellconnecticut, AlaskaDeadHead1, melted 51, stroukoa, jsginbull, foreverahead, Dead Billy, Gr8ful Dean, madbonger618, deadredhead, micah68, Moonray, ahpook23, jlawless, zebadya, greg.dowling, Tweety42, JCheskin, bml140, Terrathea, sugarmag68, alovours13, scorpm64, tommcgee1, bfoley, gdeadicated, junglejim, RaymondMBrown, Danc1n, hightimeloser, Disco Stu, photoleon, telsmo, berger0621, ChantalAndGeorge, thumbsup.pete, nicklas59, John Galt, sjbonomo, Deadercize 4 Life - formerly Bob Quinton, Iggy, Beamers, Jamesgangx, powderjunky, Bettinadragonfly, firstname.lastname@example.org, dp351, CEDFLOM, juliony, shakedave, grtfuld, taggartj, BurntDawg, aap526, Savage, MagicPEZ, JohnnyRock41, jsomoza, chrisfic, dandrscll, diamond-eyed jack, deadheadfrom76, chloecat, saratogajude, uconnjhd, richdead, Peppermint Patty, voodoonola, terrapinrichie, TommyHolland, sitirose, redeft, Saltatrix, brobb, MissReddin, bobby, The_Music_Danced_Me, SPAC84, aikox2, bobbyb, sigephead, The Nightfishing, byrdgirl_01, skunjelefeti, lamarred664, free2liv64, woodman, wink8, yuletime, Amitayus, Tom Mittemeyer, tattoohippy, rami, beandog22, nickelless, email@example.com, cepx, cub, Boman, aliceDmillionair, jimi864, don of the dead, WaywardBill, Get Weird, Brother Esau, Upstate NY, scarletfire16, NM-MCS, Bettylou, ScottNJ, funkygoodpants, Wharfrat1963, Cosmic.Wimpout, AlanSheckter, Dupreediamond420, captrips, twilaq1, wheels69, gfr, Mr.Skjellyfetti, ginsu710, drumzNspace, ladyfinger, gr8tfulandy, Duude, macdoogle, Steve22261, jeff bovee, giotti, theleven, dedhedesq, Headntales, schutzy, hamal, LeftHandMonkeyWrench, goldgreek, rgreene, stevetabb, speedlimit, gr8fuldaddy1, jbass77bc, ramblonrose, AndieIsAlthea, SocietysPliers, jz323, Ted S, Garypaul, jauerbach, Doughboy, mrkaos63, GreensAndNettles, JMRDead, sugareelady, lisainpotown, HowardH, UncleBruce1971, Zombielover, garrett Gately, fatmanrox, KingLono, croc, blondon1, MoonshineCito, jackstrw, logstirl, DFBWM, NJDEAD40, Grateful Diver, Longnook, Valerie Stevenson, treesdream, BlondeJim, mcthwait, Jetstream, andrewmyers, Tito714, mstaggerlee, JurassicBlueberries, Josef, mary-sunshine, daphne, leper van atom, kegger, catchmohl, ecmartin003, jbirdme, Canadian Deadhead, EightyEights, david515, wolf, carmotor, tganz, Wockells, PaulF13, jblotter, slpatgun, johnh, drumzspace72, raindep, gregp123, therobthompson, ez2lovu, Forever_Deadicated, aquanee, robsegall1956, Josh, jerryskid, wharfrat8199, Ginsengsully, wilsongc, jeffw, Fatman, AikoBearzly, chichester, Charbroiled, Bob Minkin, nalex, shackt, stonyweirdo, MovinGroovin, IkoIko65, ripple7, Symmetry, shugamag, DrDarkStar, Terrapin_Tommy, GARCIAHEAD, gratefuldoc, dead4days, Jim Gore, Cosmiccharlie, Univax, bonz713, WWTyson, Cookbitch, fotd313, Offbeat-Andy, Walbass, gratefulron, batcavejoe, Dodaman, TracyS, tobydodds, lazlo, Puffem420, midgeid, bribenk, PeggyO, saint, jodoyle, chrish, darrrkstarrr-billy, Rutgers51581, ramble_on_schroedes, OneGratefulDad, judyc7, SkookS, Lesh-Is-More, Audrey2, walstib3, mrngdo, Tony_S, Somnambulist57, jillstraw, micp1274, dupree, riggamortis, cyberdelica_space, risingtide, peter, johnlo, rdnzl, jdwilgus, paulb, Lokall, seenvic, Grateful1313, vernnlou, Lazy-Supp-Deal, RZ12-4-71, Kenpb, jrjanis, robo2973, sameyeyam5, kjh13, captain.dead, mitchell, msgsec74, jonesgang, ratdog58, pzz, Billy Delion, taperchef, Jack_Straw, Thom, kgbdeadhead, pgdempsey, JerseySchwartz, battman, dabeard1, Duggles, Lucab12, Meeko, boxorain62, sadai, sixstringsmoreorLesh, Miggs, ratskrad, gratefuldad1960, dansoninthestreets, MrnDw, jims, fluffdead, mcgsf, 2pigpen, Alsflorida, Charlie Miller
When Shakedown began and that Bat Signal like spotlight came on, I knew they meant business.
The Dew...you never forget your first.
I remember hoping that the refrain from Bird Song would come back around, just because I knew the song could not be over.
I hear ya on the Dew. To this day, probably the best I caught (with some serious competition) and arguably up there with some of the best I've ever heard. Jerry gave it all he had.
Yes, Jerry really "crooned" on the lyric "walk me out on the morning dew today"...really
Wish I had a soundboard of this show!
In the days before cell phones and crack berries, you had to hit the public phone to check to see whether your wife was going into labor. Despite that distraction, I recall the show was very tasty. Some thought it cheesy, but I dug, and still dig, the La Bamba insert on Good Lovin'. The baby arrived 11 days later after 13 hours of labor and spent the night in the newborn ICU w/ the babies of crack whores from east harlem. God bless us all. Bamba, Bamba!
The La Bamba was predictable and rocky, but the Morning Dew is clearly the best I ever heard in person. Magic.
It's not even close.
Due to a screw-up I missed the whole first set. Oh, but what a a second set!
The Watchtower > Morning Dew were over the top. Best Morning Dew I've ever heard.
They were on fire.
Due to the mysterious disappearance of my friends I found it really hard to enjoy this show.
Bob told the audience that he was going to levitate Garcia.
I remember a great audience reaction to the unexpected La Bamba that was slipped into Good Lovin'.
Looking back the Morning Dew is unbelievable and is possibly the most powerful version I’ve ever heard. Wow. I was there.
The Garden was boubncing. The atmosphere thick with heat, sweat and smoke. The boys were on. MORNING DEW. I still get chills.
Jay E. Auerbach, Esq.