Springfield Civic Center Arena - September 3, 1980
September 03, 1980
Set List:Mississippi Half-Step
Little Red Rooster
Easy to Love You
Let it Grow
Feel Like a Stranger
Saint of Circumstance
Around and Around
Johnny B. Goode
Attendees of this show
payingdues, flipahead, the dude 58, detroitligtn, cmd, jonbaker, nedchomer, ZephyrGirl, 10-27-79, intrepid, ChinaRider77, droppeddminer, atomheart, martiniolive, DeepSpace, DaveZ, KevinShanks, deadredhead, cozchaz09, La Gloria, alovours13, comes a time, Mister_Charlie, Heynow from The Well, Lex Luthers Mom, nicklas59, firstname.lastname@example.org, flach77, SCDeadhead, martinem18, Fulcanelli, Tamuwine, gratefulbehr, uconnjhd, RoadKing Ray, bonesguitar, aikox2, lamarred664, markovitch, DeadPhotog, dylanman61, stellablew, ohio4peace, aliceDmillionair, mountainlynx, Aceetobee42, Carl Adams, dave h, jgminerals, sweetwilliamOB, Cosmic.Wimpout, twilaq1, skskck911, mjmontana, avalondeadman, cosmicdave, The Lord of Eltingville, LostMike, tpiader, MIKIO_56, AndieIsAlthea, grapefuldave, West.August, Dice, Ted S, unyun, klaussmith, Gr8fulIra, sequoiadean, HowardH, croc, kacide, logstirl, Valerie Stevenson, Mr.Wooz, bigdancingbear, ozsweet, JReve, bportabello, jzias, wubai65, craig maceachern 2 dustyrose, TASS, boffo the chimp, Bssgrl, other3, SC, johntyler, Terry Tolkin, Debdeadhead, gr8flsquid, direwolf02, SteveinFukuyama, Cosmic Chas, August_Midwest, joscar, levitonjl, Cloud37, Jackie, tony23d, fenario80, zach, grtfullife, Hawilo, rmcclintock, dhhikerct, cryptical1, risingtide, georgewweir, Edwin, odaat, PCB, BlackandWhite.Peter, MAXROD, rodger allinson, gratefuldad1960, email@example.com
This was Diane's and I second New England show. We were late getting in. Think they were already playing Candyman. I don't remember this as being anything special. Though have not listened to it from the downloads you used to be able to buy from this site. I'm a sucker for "Stranger" and High Time is always a pleasure as I consider it a rare tune.
Everything I've learned is from The Grateful Dead and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
I had been to lots of arena rock concerts, but this was something different. The only tunes i recognized were Truckin' and Johnny B. Goode. I pushed my way up to the front and loved the energy of the band and all the dancing. The biggest impression was about the crowd - the community party atmosphere was powerful and seemed much more connected to the band and music than at, say, a Yes or Ted Nugent concert. By 1982 I was seeing Jerry and the Boys 15 times a year.
This might have been one of the 5 best shows I had seen.
The combo of...He's Gone
This was just incredible.