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|Description||GRATEFUL DEAD 4-4-1987|
RECORDED BY: JEFF STEVENSON
SET 1. DISC 1.
2. TOUCH OF GREY>
3. GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD
5. EL PASO
6. TENNESSEE JED
8. NEVER TRUST A WOMEN
9. BOX OF RAIN
10. PROMISED LAND
SET 2. DISC 2.
2. PLAYING IN THE BAND>
3. COMES A TIME>
4. WILLIE AND THE HAND JIVE>
8. PLAYING IN THE BAND>
9. MORNING DEW
10. ONE MORE SATURDAY NITE
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|Oh this is gonna be sweet!!
|my FAVORITE Comes a Time...played it for my therapist once and it made her cry.
|My buddies in high school did a great job taping this amazing show; this copy sounds better still (as 25 year old memory serves!). Grab it if you don't already have a stellar audience of this one-of-the-best-of-the-late-80's-shows!
And thanks for all the work bringing this to etree; much appreciated.
|Thanks for putting this up. A really wonderful show, not just for the music, but for the audience as well. We sat just behind the soundboard/taping section with a group of truly generous and very nice folks. Everyone was smiling. sharing, dancin' - just having a fun time. One of THOSE nights where everything came together. It will be great to hear it again.
|thanks. looking forward to this.
any more FOB AKG 414s?
these are "large diaphragm" mikes - not too often these are used in the field - especially fob. sweet.
|Thank you for this
I had an amazing time at this show. For me it was one of _those_ shows. Sounds like it was for others too. A great Comes a Time, along with many other incredible moments
Anyone remember pulling into Worcester off the freeway and seeing that huge restaurant sign Aiko-Aiko??
|hell yea brother! the worster shows are allawys sick! that is the closest venue to where i live! when they did "the dead" tour in 2009 bob had said that worster centrum was the second most played venue for grateful dead on the east coast! i'm guessing philly spectrum was the first! i thought boston garden would have been more than the centrum! guess not! anyways thank u for putting this up! wasn't old enough to be at the show,but i'm a dead head through&through! thanks again-eric-
|This is a great show. Lots of emotion during this tour, first one since Jerry awoke from his coma, and the Touch opener had many in tears. No joke. Better than that, Garcia's guitar has a wobbly quality to it, similar to 8/28/72. You can really haer it in the Cassidy and the Playing jam. And how awesome is a second set that includes Comes A Time AND Morning Dew.
|Just got around to listening to this tonight. Really loud with both sets of speakers hooked up along with the sub maxed out was pretty darn good. Thanks for this recording.