1983 saw the return of Robbie Robertson-less The Band nearly seven years after The Last
Waltz. The Grateful Dead called upon their musical buddies to open for them at the San
Francisco Civic Auditorium on New Year's Eve and brought out bassist Rick Danko (and Maria
Muldaur) for a short-but-sweet third set. Just this week 90 minutes worth of pro-shot
footage from New Year's '83 - '84 has surfaced on YouTube thanks to VoodooNola2.
Included in the clip is the Dead's first set (minus "Tennessee Jed"), the New Year's
celebration, "Sugar Magnolia," the new-at-the-time "Touch Of Grey" and "Brokedown Palace"
as well as "Big Boss Man," "Aiko Aiko," "In The Midnight Hour" and "Goodnight Irene"
featuring Danko and Muldaur.
New Minglewood Blues 15:18
Brother Esau 24:00
Hell In A Bucket 29:12
Don't Ease Me In 35:03
NYE Ceremony 38:40
Sugar Magnolia 43:37
Touch Of Grey 50:15
E: Brokedown Palace 57:12
Big Boss Man 1:02:38
Aiko Aiko 1:06:56
In The Midnight Hour 1:12:15
Goodnight Irene 1:17:50
[Published on: 10/1/13]