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New Years Eve 1987 (Discontinued) by Grateful Dead

New Years Eve 1987 (Discontinued)
by Grateful Dead

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Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed
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If there's one annual event that fans of The Grateful Dead miss most since the demise of the band, its the New Years Eve celebrations the group would hold every year at the Oakland Coliseum. The last of these was held in 1991, but generally the finest NYE gig is considered to be their splendid 1987 show, one that was also networked on Television and Radio for the entire country to enjoy.
1. Bertha
2. Little Red Rooster
3. When Push Comes To Shove
4. Bird Song
5. The Music Never Stopped
6. Hell In A Bucket

7. Uncle Johns Band
8. Lady With A Fan
9. Terrapin Station
10. The Other One
11. Wharf Rat
12. Throwing Stones

13. Not Fade Away
14. Knockin On Heavens Door
15. Casey Jones
16. I Need A Miracle
17. Good Lovin
18. Alabama Gateway
19. Saint Of Circumstance
20. Monkey And The Engineer
21. When I Paint My Masterpiece
22. I Second That Emotion
23. The Winners

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