“EVERYONE is a Deadhead…some of you may not know it yet…”
Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR
July 19, 1987
UltraMatrix SBD > Cassette Master (TDK MA-R90)
All transfers and mastering By Charlie Miller
I will not be broadcasting any of the Dylan/Dead set this evening…
Disc 1 – Set 1:
1. Iko Iko
2. Feel Like A Stranger
3. Franklin’s Tower
4. New Minglewood Blues
6. Addams Family Tuning
7. When I Paint My Masterpiece
8. West L.A. Fadeaway
9. Let It Grow
Disc 2 – Set 2:
1. Gimme Some Lovin’ >
2. Playing In The Band >
3. He’s Gone >
4. Spoonful >
5. Drums >
6. Space >
7. The Wheel >
8. Truckin’ >
9. Wharf Rat >
10. Turn On Your Lovelight
Disc 3 – Set 3:
The Grateful Dead with Bob Dylan:
1. Maggie’s Farm
2. Dead Man, Dead Man
3. Watching The River Flow
4. Simple Twist Of Fate
5. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
6. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
5. Heart Of Mine
6. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
Disc 4 – Set 3 cont’d.:
1. Rainy Day Women #12 And #35
2. Queen Jane Approximately *
3. Ballad Of A Thin Man
4. Highway 61 Revisited
5. Tangled Up In Blue
6. Touch Of Grey >
7. All Along The Watchtower
* appears on “Dylan And The Dead”
Twelve recordings in the archive and very few reviews, again leading me to believe this is a very
under-listened-to evening. There are no reviews of this particular recording. Here are some of
REVIEW: bread crumb
I think it is technically incorrect to refer to these recordings as “Healy Matrix.” In all other
instances where the word Matrix is used to describe a recording, it means that the sound board and
an audience tape have been faded together to create a composite recording – two sources combined
into one. In the case of these “Healy” tapes, the sound board mixed microphones that were located
in the area of the board into the master tape. That is, one source created these tapes. They are,
simply, board tapes with crowd ambience – exactly like a show that was recorded with the intention
of a commercial release. By 1987, the band probably realized that there would be a market for
every show, not just those released on a labeled live album, and chose to create tapes for that
purpose rather than the dry, straight from the board, archival recordings they had made for so long.
REVIEW: Your basic Decent Show
The whole show is consistently pretty good. Nothing really rises to brilliance and nothing goes too
far wrong. Some of the standard showpieces are perfunctory—e.g., “Playin'” is only about five
mostly unremarkable minutes. “The Wheel” and “He’s Gone” appear in nice relaxed versions,
albeit sort of low-energy.
REVIEW: It was a great show, as usual
All the Dead shows at Autzen were great. The stadium was like a miniature Oakland Coliseum.
But better. Anyone there, knows this.
OK, IWT and loved it all! So intense for many reasons: (1) Great jams from Dead to Dylan. (2)
was there and stayed with a good friend who was a victim of a shooting in that very same stadium a
few years before – yikes! (3) just love Ore., completely chill… (4) Just love everyone…,
REVIEW: just the first 2
great late 80s show, nice let it grow, love opening with iko and a solid second set, execution and
REVIEW: My first show!
Can’t believe I was 15 years old! This day and all the memories that surround it will be long held. So
many dear friends and family. Still remember exactly where we were on the floor at Autzen. Those were
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Kettle Of Fish:
Stottlemyer’s Smokehouse, Sun., July 25th, 4:00 p.m.
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Captain Curt’s, Wed., July 21st, 12:00 p.m.
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Siesta Key Oyster Bar, Thurs., July 22nd, 2:00 p.m.
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Pop’s Sunset Grill, Sat., July 24th, 12:00 p.m.
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Schmitz Brothers Band:
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Siesta Key Oyster Bar, Sun., July 25th, 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.
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Ship Of Fools:
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Motorworks Brewing, Sun., July 25th, 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
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The Blue Rooster:
Wed., July 21st, Al Fuller Blues Jam, 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.
Thurs., July 22nd, Trey Wanvig, 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.
Fri., July 23rd, Chris Walker Band, 8:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Sat., July 24th, Memphis Lightning, 8:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Sun., July 25th, Truality Sunday Brunch, 11:45 a.m. & 1:15 p.m.
1525 Fourth St., Sarasota, 388-7539
J.R.’s Old Packinghouse Cafe:
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Tues., July 20th, Chris Connelly, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Wed., Junly 21st, Marvin Hagar, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
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Fri., July 23rd, Missing Links, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Sat., July 24th, Mike merola & The Allstars, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
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Fogartyville Community Media & Arts Center:
Rosemary District Association Meeting
Wednesday, July 21, 5:30-7pm
This will be the RDA’s first in-person Community Meeting since January of last year.
The meeting agenda features an opportunity to get to know some of our neighborhood’s not-for-profit organizations. A panel composed of Planned Parenthood CEO Stephanie Fraim, Salvation Army Director of Program Services Amy Jones, and Resurrection House Executive Director Bill Wilson will be moderated by former County Commissioner Jon Thaxton who is currently a Gulf Coast Community Foundation executive. There will be an opportunity for questions from the floor.
The Community Meeting will include updates on the park and other neighborhood topics plus time for general Q&A.
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FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE: A Performance Poetry Series
Saturday, July 24, 4-6pm
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WSLR+Fogartyville is pleased to host a Summer Performance Poetry series for individuals that want to explore the art form or those experienced with poetry that want to work in a collaborative environment to develop new pieces. Performance poetry is a broad designation for poetry intended for performance. Though some performance poetry may also be published on the page, the genre has its roots in oral traditions and performance. Performance Poetry can encompass or contain elements of rap, hip-hop, storytelling, theater, and jazz, rock, blues, and folk music. Characterized by rhyme, repetition, improvisation, and word play, these poems frequently refer to issues of social justice, politics, race, and community.
The series will start with four workshops and end with a live performance on Friday, August 13th at 7pm. Each workshop will be two hours in length and participants are asked to make a commitment to all four sessions. The cost to attend all four workshops is $20 per person and scholarships are available if the cost is a barrier to participation. The workshop will be limited to 20 participants. Pre-registration is required.
Participants will learn about the performance poetry art form—including (but not limited to) what it is, its history, writing techniques, and performance practices. In doing so, participants will also gain self-knowledge as they create different narratives and performances. All participants will walk away with a portfolio of poems at various stages, as well as two polished performance pieces. They will perform these poems at a culminating event, open to the public. The workshop series will spark creativity, nourish vulnerability, strengthen community and uncover marginalized histories and art.
Saturday, July 17th, 4-6pm
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