Grateful Dead Live at Cumberland County Civic Center on 1982-09-17
- Jim Wise
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
The Promised Land
C C Rider
Me And My Uncle ->
Dupree's Diamond Blues
It's All Over Now
West L.A. Fadeaway
Throwing Stones ->
Touch Of Grey ->
Man Smart (Woman Smarter)
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World ->
The Other One ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Morning Dew ->
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|The Promised Land|
|Me & My Uncle >|
|Dupree's Diamond Blues >|
|It's All Over Now|
|West L.A. Fadeaway|
|Throwing Stones >|
|Touch of Grey >|
|Women Are Smarter|
|Estimated Prophet >|
|Eyes of the World >|
|Spanish Jam >|
|The Other One >|
|Goin' Down the Road >|
|Morning Dew >|
- Patch from ShnID-18985 in Drums, 5:12 > 5:25.
- Second set disc break is seamless.
- THANKS to Jim Wise for the discs!
- 2008-04-29 05:54:30
- CDR > EAC > WavMerge > CD-Wave > Soundforge > TLH > FLAC.
- Portland, ME
- Run time
- Taped by
- Jim Wise
- Transferred by
- Jim Wise
Subject: My 1st GD show (39 years ago today)
Ran into several friends unexpectedly.
Was familiar with their music and previously saw JGB and Bob in 1980 (New Haven Coliseum)
It was love at first sight or you can say I got on the bus and never got off
This show still rates high on my list of 125 GD shows
A Bertha opener
My friend Leslie was so happy they played High Time
Walking out the Civic Center after the show is another memory I’ll never forget
The drive home it was an experience
Going to sit down and give it a listen
Subject: For Headphones Only
The songs that were, then, new, are still in the work-in-progress-stage, mostly, and steal a bit of momentum, but the majority of the second set more than makes up for any lull one may perceive as they perform material that they aren't a hundred percent confident with yet. The end of the show really, really puts that Dead show smile on my face. The opportunity to hear these early song arrangements is always an endearing point of the Dead.
This is not one of my more well-versed periods for the band, but this recording makes this show enjoyable as much as a concert as a soundscape. Well done.
I kind of feel like Jerry is not able to support the song melodies as well with his voice on this date. The lyrics are there, but that old sweetness seems a bit lost from his voice. He's giving it all he's got, but a certain amount of subtlety seems to be missing. The other fantastic elements easily make up for this most of the time.
Subject: Touch of Grey
Subject: Phil Chant
At the end of Spanish Jam, I STARTED THE PHIL CHANT!!!!
Somebody yells, "Phiiiiiill!!!" and I start, "PHIL, PHIL, PHIL," and so does the crowd, and he comes on with MAJOR BOMBS!!!! Then they go into a SICK Other One! Huge show!!!
And when we left he venue it was snowing!!!
Subject: ez 5 star
Subject: Great Show
Subject: 2ND STOP THIS TOUR
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