Augusta Civic Center - September 2, 1979
September 02, 1979
last "Let It Grow": 05-14-78 
Set List:Jack Straw
They Love Each Other
New Minglewood Blues
Music Never Stopped
Samson and Delilah
Ramble on Rose
Let it Grow
Around and Around
Attendees of this show
aikomark, spyderdawg8, Fishtown Boy, ted, Lightnin Will, andychatfield, hitmeister, One Man, nedchomer, intrepid, digital.dragonflies, mmtapeop, charlesmaurice, DeepSpace, stevensnyc, dead head fred, JackStrawfromMaine, SCDeadhead, Phaldo, drummingclown420, Sugar Magnolia, lamarred664, woodman, shwack, aliceDmillionair, eastcoast, ScottyG, Cosmic.Wimpout, Russell Levine, emoto, laser, Gary Goodman, estimatedprofits, grapefuldave, brewster boy, klaussmith, croc, kacide, Valerie Stevenson, bigdancingbear, gooney1956, Terry Tolkin, gr8flsquid, direwolf02, kenco, Jackie, paulspon, fenario80, zach, Hawilo, gratefulfrank, cryptical1, georgewweir, ikofun, Wally Gator, kennyony, AnDe, B42, rodger allinson, email@example.com, Sueshi
and the one that signed me up for life. The boys rocked this sweaty little skating rink like nobody's business. This is an epic "Let It Grow," and the first ever with Brent. Great, great show.
Met up with Will in Rochester; drove from the Rochester show to Augusta with Will (where ever you are?) & John E. Long drive! Great Show! LOVED JACK STRAW! I remember hearing Truckin' and having it apply like no other time in my life. This was probably one of my top shows...so memorable both good and bad. Stayed at my cousin Peter's camp. Ciao
This was one of the most intense nights of my life. The Terrapin was played by the boys just for me. Red Pyramid. Yikes. Nancy was there for me. Does anyone have a recording of this show?
Hey Charles....I have a copy of that show...9/2/79 @ Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, Maine....
let me know if you want a copy..
My second show, better than the first. I was up off the floor and really listened. Was thrilled to get lots of tunes I didn't hear at my first show. Never got a tape of this. Kind of afraid to listen to it now anyway, in case it's not as good as I remember it.
This sure is one long drive between shows. In 88 did the same thing from Rochester to Oxford but we had a day off to drive. In 88 had a drive away car back to California , if the owner ever knew we went wrong way of about 900 miles in all.
As far as this show goes it is tight and jamming.