December 31, 1987
final "Day-O" - only "Do You Wanna Dance" - Bill Graham rides in on the Golden Gate Bridge - pay-per-view TV broadcast - national radio broadcast - The Neville Brothers, then The Looters opened - also: Mason Williams
Cold Rain and Snow
Little Red Rooster
When Push Comes to Shove
Music Never Stopped
Hell in a Bucket
Uncle John's Band
The Other One
Not Fade Away
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Banana Boat Song
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Previous Show« Oakland Coliseum Arena - December 30, 1987
Attendees of this show
but i watched it and taped it on pay per view. I felt like I was there! Without love in a dream it will never come true. .
Deadhead since '69, and this was the only NY show I ever went to, it was a blast, even after my date's brother spilled a soda all over me. Last time I saw Bill Graham.
i was approaching the doors of the GPO (manhatten 8th ave.) to send out my $$ for this show..at the postal worker's window about to get the enveloped stamped for the date...i turned around and opted to secure "MORE" cocaine..things got worse for there exceptionaly.
the bottom (at least this one) came quickly
This is the best New Year's show ever. (imho) Of course I only saw 10 or 11. The third set was sick. Everyone trading instuments. Brent was so juiced, it still gives me a kick thinking about Jerry laughing at him. The exactly perfect brothers were. Second 81 or 82 can't remember, Satisfaction at midnight. The show that the pigs clubbed people trying to get back into the Kaiser. Because it was billed as breakfast at dawn. It wasn't uncle Bo Bo's fault. Also you forgot to mention Kesey leading the crowd in the old "lets go down to the river" with a twist. In cosmic value this show rivals Wavey's 50 bithday party after the show. If you were there you know what I'm talkin.
Peace, God bless
Simply put "one of the best nights of my life" thanks Kirsten Wilson. Even Spiderman was there.
Best part of the show: Watching people trip out when giant balloon grid went over their heads
Mason is astonishing...his video "250+ years of art in 2.5 minutes" is one of the best of all time...we used to use it in light shows at Zap Concerts in glendale, california
keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune,
OXOX Merple Reddin
Flew out from NJ with only tix for first three nights. Begged all week for a NY ticket. Dropped my first "hit" of X at 3pm, by 4 I did not care less if I got in. Then some dude poked me and asked "Do you have my ticket?" I laughed and said no, does that actually get you a ticket? He said "FAITH WILL GET YOU A TICKET!!"
I walked 50 yards poked a guy who looked like Santa/Jerry and asked him, "DO you have my ticket?" He said how many do you need, I said 2, he replied no sorry I do not. As he walked away, I pulled on the back of his shirt and asked again,"Do YOU have my ticket?" He quietly said yes I have 2 for you please do not re-sell them. We paid face value at 6pm NYE!!