• Hampton Coliseum - March 19, 1986
    first "Visions Of Johanna"

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  • Hell in a Bucket
    Stagger Lee
    C.C. Rider
    Cold Rain and Snow
    Beat it on Down the Line
    Big Railroad Blues
    Looks Like Rain
    Visions of Johanna
    Music Never Stopped
    Don't Ease Me In

    China Cat Sunflower
    I Know You Rider
    Playin' in the Band
    drums
    The Wheel
    Truckin'
    Black Peter
    Around and Around
    Johnny B. Goode

    Quinn the Eskimo

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  • LooseBrucie
    10 years 10 months ago
    3rd round...
    Visions from this show are fading...but not the Visions of Johanna. Can't say I really knew that song at the time but I did know something special was happening. The energy from the crowd was powerful. Can't remember how I got there or who I was with...wasn't a licensed driver by that time. I do remember a wooden bowl full of the seediest shwag imaginable....sometimes change is great! I think this is when GDub, Sean and Scotty C. went to their first show and it was really great to be there with them.
  • Mike Nomad
    11 years 8 months ago
    Man, what a night...
    Ralph & John, I hope you are both well.
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    cub
    13 years 5 months ago
    The Jupiter-Two Spaceship
    Ah, The Hampton Coliseum in the fog, in the 80's. With the exterior lights happening Jerry was preparing us for lift-off. Also this was the start of Dan Healy dodging the FCC, with a stealth FM broadcast. I made a great tape of the 2nd set of this show from my Panasonic boom-box at the Sheraton. I also used Tully's D6 recorder for patching-in to some Nakamichi 300's mikes on the floor. Recently I heard that the tree-lined walkway that takes the most-stoned of Heads directly to the front doors, is No More. Too bad. Oh well. . . the Visions of Johanna was another historic milestone that the Grateful Dead just laid down, and flawlessly perfect too with all of Dylan's 16 verses. We also got to hear The Mighty Quinn that was encored with at the New Years show. Tully got that recording too. .
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first "Visions Of Johanna"
setlist
Hell in a Bucket
Stagger Lee
C.C. Rider
Cold Rain and Snow
Beat it on Down the Line
Big Railroad Blues
Looks Like Rain
Visions of Johanna
Music Never Stopped
Don't Ease Me In

China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' in the Band
drums
The Wheel
Truckin'
Black Peter
Around and Around
Johnny B. Goode

Quinn the Eskimo
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the best venue ever, the setssometimes went on so long they wore me out often
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This was my 1st show. It really was an amazing experience for me. It changed my life in many ways. I'll never forget it.
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It seemed like the Playin' in the Band went on and on. Worth a listen if you can get a copy better than my piss-poor cassette. I was looking ahead at the set list from the 21st. It looks like Playin' went on for about 48 hours.
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Ah, The Hampton Coliseum in the fog, in the 80's. With the exterior lights happening Jerry was preparing us for lift-off. Also this was the start of Dan Healy dodging the FCC, with a stealth FM broadcast. I made a great tape of the 2nd set of this show from my Panasonic boom-box at the Sheraton. I also used Tully's D6 recorder for patching-in to some Nakamichi 300's mikes on the floor. Recently I heard that the tree-lined walkway that takes the most-stoned of Heads directly to the front doors, is No More. Too bad. Oh well. . . the Visions of Johanna was another historic milestone that the Grateful Dead just laid down, and flawlessly perfect too with all of Dylan's 16 verses. We also got to hear The Mighty Quinn that was encored with at the New Years show. Tully got that recording too. .
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Visions from this show are fading...but not the Visions of Johanna. Can't say I really knew that song at the time but I did know something special was happening. The energy from the crowd was powerful. Can't remember how I got there or who I was with...wasn't a licensed driver by that time. I do remember a wooden bowl full of the seediest shwag imaginable....sometimes change is great! I think this is when GDub, Sean and Scotty C. went to their first show and it was really great to be there with them.