• Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center - November 22, 1985

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  • Hell in a Bucket
    Sugaree
    New Minglewood Blues
    Althea
    Cassidy
    Dupree's Diamond Blues
    Let it Grow

    Touch of Grey
    Estimated Prophet
    Eyes of the World
    drums
    Morning Dew
    Throwin' Stones
    Turn on Your Love Light

    Brokedown Palace

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Hell in a Bucket
Sugaree
New Minglewood Blues
Althea
Cassidy
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Let it Grow

Touch of Grey
Estimated Prophet
Eyes of the World
drums
Morning Dew
Throwin' Stones
Turn on Your Love Light

Brokedown Palace
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I ran out of this show minutes before Jerry came out. I think I "had too much too fast". Bummer, i ran back to the hotel across the street, passed out and awoke to a room full of heads. They tried too help with some grape soda with a little love. Thanks anyway
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I enjoyed the experimental musical instruments! And the lighting and the way my close shook during Drums & Space.
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My mate and I were backpacking our way through the States and happened to be in the bay area for this show (i must be the only deadhead in all of Scotland). My pal was a physics major at uni and couldn't stop laughing at the guy sitting next to us on the floor, who was intently reading this paperback called the Tao of Physics!
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#IWasThere! Grateful Dead concert #4, for me. I remember all the spinners in the hallways and the sweating walls! What a time that was!

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    Forrest George
    2 years 11 months ago
    #IWasThere! Grateful Dead…

    #IWasThere! Grateful Dead concert #4, for me. I remember all the spinners in the hallways and the sweating walls! What a time that was!

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    JMcK
    6 years 10 months ago
    WTF?
    My mate and I were backpacking our way through the States and happened to be in the bay area for this show (i must be the only deadhead in all of Scotland). My pal was a physics major at uni and couldn't stop laughing at the guy sitting next to us on the floor, who was intently reading this paperback called the Tao of Physics!
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    TheBeam
    10 years 11 months ago
    I enjoyed the experimental
    I enjoyed the experimental musical instruments! And the lighting and the way my close shook during Drums & Space.