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3/23/90 - Hamilton, ONT

 

That place had a really great vibe.  Friendly Faces abound, Cool cops, welcoming residents, planets aligned perfectly.

 

Best Scarlet > Fire I ever saw 🔥!  Jerry’s Midi work is pretty spell-binding along with an almost dirty melody.  

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16 hours ago, John A said:

I think the Victim jam then into Standing is the best music The Boys played on Spring Tour '90.  And that is no small statement, given all that happened on the tour. Best heard via the 24 track Box Set release. 


Bobby got back by his monitor and took to one knee for special feedback during the thick of it.  It was pretty deep stuff, especially for a first set.
 

Both of those shows were so much fun.

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3 hours ago, Ammagamalin Crew said:

3/22/85 2nd night at Hampton. It was a green orb night 


here’s set 2

 

 

I went with VoodooNOLA’s posting, which is only set 2, just because you know the quality will be as good as it can be.  The whole show is out there, though.

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#TIGDH  March 23, 1974 - Cow Palace

https://archive.org/details/gd1974-03-23.sbd.clugston-orf.1995.sbeok.shnf

 

First live Scarlet, first Wall of Sound (I think).  The whole show is stunning to me ~ Playin > Uncle Johns > Morning Dew > Uncle Johns > Playin doesn't hurt either

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90/04/03  The Omni,  Atlanta, GA

 

Shakedown, Hell In a Bucket>Sugaree, We Can Run,

Masterpiece, Row Jimmy, Picasso Moon, 

Tennessee Jed, Promised Land.

 

Estimated Prophet>Scarlet Begonias>Crazy Fingers>

Playin' In the Band>D>S>Take You Home>GDTRFB>

Throwin' Stones>NFA.

 

E:  We Bid You Goodnight.

 

Spring 90 tour comes to a close with the third show

in Atlanta.  Shakedown, Bucket a killer open.

The start of We Can Run was a mess, but the rest 

of the first set solid.  Pre drums sequence tasty,

and the Throwin' Stones was stomped.

 

It was 30 years ago today.

 

Praise DSO. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, BillK522 said:

90/04/03  The Omni,  Atlanta, GA - It was 30 years ago today.

How's that even possible?  30 years.  Sometimes it feel like a lifetime ago and other times it seems like it was yesterday - wow.  I have a really cool Omni story - I'm pretty sure I've told it before on here so I won't bore everyone.

 

One of the other memories from this show was me not being pissed that Scarlet didn't go into Fire - probably the only time.  I had an unhealthy dislike for Women R Smarter for this reason

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I missed this spring tour, Working on boats  in OCNJ. WMMR in Philly had the opening of the show live on the radio. Bobby hits the midnight hour, the crowd goes nuts and I immediately regret not being there. I made sure THAT never happened again. 

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Had the same effect on me. We drive the 10 hrs from cincy for the first night which was on a Saturday night. China rider, my friend and I drove home straight after the first,  missing the second and  third night. Summer tour was on , red rocks, encouraged me to go to the two night new years "run" and then do every show in 86

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I did the Spectrum show the next spring where Jerry played ‘comes a time’. Unfortunately, I drank about eight beers, dropped a green world blotter, and inadvertently smoked some opium offered to us by the heads that pushed their broke down VW bus into the parking spot next to us. Yea, I noticed a funny taste and was like, what are we smoking? ‘Oh, it’s opium.’ Needless to say, I was too ossified to appreciate what was a really good show. I never left my seat all night. That night was the one that motivated me to start racking up the shows and taking the music seriously, letting the party become secondary. 

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On 12/30/2018 at 6:48 PM, bull123 said:

Cameron Indoor Stadium...Dook University

 

cant remember the exact date...think it was winter 1980

 

paid $40 for a $15 ticket

 

the first show where Jerry and Phil switched sides on the stage

 

Sampson and Delilah...really though the whole building was coming down

4-2-82...i was there..Norfolk next night( sick show ) both shows were great but norfolk was liftoff shit...one of the only times I saw Roses in 2nd set...they were fooling around with that in brents first few years...

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