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Grateful Dead July 2, 1988

Oxford Plains Speedway Oxford, ME | Listen on archive

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59
Jack Straw
phil bombs
15
Crazy Fingers
second set opener
9
Morning Dew
Powerful and Well played
7
Aiko Aiko
Great start to a show
8
West L.A. Fadeaway
Nice Phil version
5
Victim Or The Crime
Check out the whole show.
6
Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
this is my "go to" version...just reeks of perfection do yourself a kind favor and give a listen
9
Foolish Heart
Intricate and emotional
9
Terrapin Station
Vocals are a bit rough; final jam makes up for it big time, huge powerful and righteous
2
Quin The Eskimo
Really fun and spirited version to close this great show.
6
The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)
Really fun and spirited version to close this great show.
4
Blow Away
Loads of Brent and some nice Jerry guitar work
6
Uncle John's Band
Solid jam into Terrapin. Jerry rips during the 7/4 jams
6
Playin' In The Band
Unbelievable Crazy Fingers jam leading into this fantastic Playin'. Phil is out of his mind.
2
Sugar Magnolia
Jerry's performing a psychedelic waltz, Brent's going nuts and Phil's bringing it home. The mid section soars, can't get enough of this driving fire.
3
Believe It Or Not
Well it used to be on this date until mr bean and his brain dump gangstalking cronies moved it. Mind reading folks. What a gonna do. Mr bean is a thie
3
Gimme Some Lovin'
Great version from a terrific show
1
Row Jimmy
TAKE US AWAY, DEVILS!!!! You guys.... YES this is big guns. Full of thick bulbous love. Pre-flute.
1
Space
Romantic curlicuing Spanish space. Stays concert hall until Garcia's flurries of distorted shortcutting glorifies everything into walls of power.
1
The Wheel
Strap on the goggles and microscopes to find traces of this in jerry's playing as soon as the intro dies down into a no nonsense sparkplug wheel