• Kingswood Music Theatre - June 21, 1984

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  • Hell in a Bucket
    They Love Each Other
    C.C. Rider
    Bird Song
    Beat it on Down the Line
    Dupree's Diamond Blues
    Looks Like Rain
    Might As Well

    Scarlet Begonias
    Fire on the Mountain
    Good Time Blues
    Samson and Delilah
    Terrapin Station
    drums
    The Wheel
    Throwin' Stones
    Not Fade Away

    New Orleans
    Big Boss Man
    Iko Iko

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    martman
    7 years 1 month ago
    Circle of Gold
    Duggles, That was Sylvia Tyson!
  • Oroborous
    3 weeks 5 days ago
    40 years today!

    Where DOES the time go??

    Revisiting my 40th anniversary of my first time seeing the boys in a foreign country lol.
    Really, in those pre 911 days, for us locals it was more like going to the next county, or state. 6/21/84, complete with THE Band opening, Wavy Gravy, and Kesey was a blast and definitely a good show, but not RJ.
    So my buddy Tree drove us in his lil Bug and we both dropped at the exact international point on the Peace bridge.
    (hey if they gave us one of the occasional quick search’s, we had nothing in our possession, with plenty of good black hash etc at the show, and if they did, we’d be back on the road before things started getting weird)
    So/but a few hours later, by the time we got there things were definitely getting interesting! I always mix this one up with 87 as our mo etc was very similar.
    But for those who don’t know, the venue was within Canadas Wonderland amusement park. So having to enter in the middle of FAMILIES!!!, ya know, normal people and children! And, all while being in the middle of what seemed like we were in the middle of some real life Flintstones, as everything seemed like some kind of Disney land plastic stone prehistoric village lol.
    I distinctly recall LMAO after getting in and over the fear, looking out the back fence over the park and thinking, I’m in a Flintstones episode lol. Hey, the fear was real man ; ) Mounties, Civilians and Children, oh my!
    Those were the days my friends, we thought they’d never end…

  • hockey_john
    10 years 3 months ago
    Band set list
    6-21-84 SEVA Benefit Toronto- Canada Source: FM Broadcast >Master Cassette>Avid Editing>WAV>FLAC Notes: I received this Master from the taper. He wanted it transferred at the highest quality, which I have done. This is a very nice recording. 1. Intro 2. New York Style ? 3. Long Black Veil 4. Shape I'm In 5. It Makes No Difference 6. Milk Cow Blues 7. Mystery Train 8. King Harvest 9. One More Shot 10. WS Walcott Medicine Show 11. You Don't Know 12. Stage Fright 13. Caldonia 14. Genetic Method 15. Java Blues 16. Up On Cripple Creek
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setlist
Hell in a Bucket
They Love Each Other
C.C. Rider
Bird Song
Beat it on Down the Line
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Looks Like Rain
Might As Well

Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Good Time Blues
Samson and Delilah
Terrapin Station
drums
The Wheel
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

New Orleans
Big Boss Man
Iko Iko
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This was a SEVA benefit and they sold special tickets for a party backstage after the show. The best seats were the circle of platinum. Me, being the frugal one splurged for the circle of gold tickets which got us about 25 rows back in the middle. I believe those gold tickets were $70 apiece which was unheard of back in 83'. The Party afterwards was cool; As I recall there was a band with a girl singer, I will get her name, and Rick Danko sat in. Wavy gravy was the emcee and we met Bobby, for the 100th time (who hasn't ;) ), Billy, Brent, and Micky. I didn't see Phil and of course Jerry was a no show. I did run into Ken Kesey in the bathroom. I had met him and all the pranks at the Hilton(?) next to the hult the year before. I asked him what the red jacket was for and he told me the story. The show was good. The scene and party were great. Dougles
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The Bus came by and I got on, it's where it all began....... The Third Eyeball Benefit with the Band on the lawn in Canada's Wonderland. Once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest places, if you look at it right!!
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$70.00??? Man, I remember seeing The Band and The Grateful Dead for $10.00 at this one.
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stevie cThis show was one of the best I attended. The radio station soundboard tape was in my player from the time I got it, til the time it died.
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We stopped our car on the NY Thruway at a certain milemarker and I walked a quarter mile straight into the woods and stashed a grocery bag for later retrieval. When we got to the border none of the dumbass college kids had sufficient ID for the crossing so we had to go Greyhound and Taxi to get there. Once there an associate informed me that he had brought *everything* with him and now he needed help getting rid of it. My pocket were stoofed with Canadian dollars to be exchanged the next day back in NY state where my bag was safely waiting. That encore was a thrill, as was the hash the they had up there that I cannot find down here for many a decade. *sigh* sticky bricky
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It was a benefit, after all. SEVA shirts were cool at the time. Still are.
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This was Ed Dwyers first show! Brook ~ Sunshine, daydream, walking in the tall trees, going where the wind goes Blooming like a red rose
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This show was fun the place was fun the encores were just awesome. I always wondered why they didn't continue to play New Orleans. Is a fun little song which would of been a good encore from time to time.
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6-21-84 SEVA Benefit Toronto- Canada Source: FM Broadcast >Master Cassette>Avid Editing>WAV>FLAC Notes: I received this Master from the taper. He wanted it transferred at the highest quality, which I have done. This is a very nice recording. 1. Intro 2. New York Style ? 3. Long Black Veil 4. Shape I'm In 5. It Makes No Difference 6. Milk Cow Blues 7. Mystery Train 8. King Harvest 9. One More Shot 10. WS Walcott Medicine Show 11. You Don't Know 12. Stage Fright 13. Caldonia 14. Genetic Method 15. Java Blues 16. Up On Cripple Creek
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Where DOES the time go??

Revisiting my 40th anniversary of my first time seeing the boys in a foreign country lol.
Really, in those pre 911 days, for us locals it was more like going to the next county, or state. 6/21/84, complete with THE Band opening, Wavy Gravy, and Kesey was a blast and definitely a good show, but not RJ.
So my buddy Tree drove us in his lil Bug and we both dropped at the exact international point on the Peace bridge.
(hey if they gave us one of the occasional quick search’s, we had nothing in our possession, with plenty of good black hash etc at the show, and if they did, we’d be back on the road before things started getting weird)
So/but a few hours later, by the time we got there things were definitely getting interesting! I always mix this one up with 87 as our mo etc was very similar.
But for those who don’t know, the venue was within Canadas Wonderland amusement park. So having to enter in the middle of FAMILIES!!!, ya know, normal people and children! And, all while being in the middle of what seemed like we were in the middle of some real life Flintstones, as everything seemed like some kind of Disney land plastic stone prehistoric village lol.
I distinctly recall LMAO after getting in and over the fear, looking out the back fence over the park and thinking, I’m in a Flintstones episode lol. Hey, the fear was real man ; ) Mounties, Civilians and Children, oh my!
Those were the days my friends, we thought they’d never end…