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03/15/90
Capital Centre - Landover, MD

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Sugaree
Easy To Love You
Walkin' Blues
Althea
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
Tennessee Jed
Cassidy
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Samson And Delilah
Terrapin Station
Drums
I Will Take You Home
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Encore:
Revolution

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Comments:

An almost stunningly flawless show (despite Bobby's humorous muck-up on an otherwise killer 1st set Jack Straw opener) where each song is crisp and exciting . . . the "Mock Turtle Jam" out of Terrapin is a hair-raising Magic Mountain ride through the tunnels of musical possibility, and the Wharf Rat-->Throwin Stones-->NFA 2nd set closer is gut-wrenching and inexpressibly brilliant . . .
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Phil's 50th birthday!
Was a cool show...
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An awesome show. Still groovin from Samson
-Nick


Man, what an awesome show! We tripped on acid the whole second set. Samson and Delilah was friggin' Insane! Awesome not fade Away. We were groovin' and slowly comin' down when we decided to let loose and smoke some pot with this dreadhead. I had a great time. Only the third time I saw the Dead.
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The Throwin Stones OWNS YOUR FACE!
-Rob Kane


The first Easy to Love You in ten years!
-Jason


Schroomin' on the tenth row Jerry's side. Brent had me smiling from ear to ear with Easy to Love you. Wonderful vibe that night dispite being in PG county.
-Anonymous


Walkin' Blues and Althea are included on the officially released CD "Without A Net." Officially released on CD as "Terrapin Limited."
-Anonymous


Samson really does stick out here. I'd seen the one in Oakland during the NY's shows in 1988 and it was stellar. Saw a few more and this was the first I'd seen or heard that matched it.

Solid.

Revolution was killer.
-Anonymous (06/14/2007)


My money's on this "Terrapin Station" for the greatest version of the classic song of all time. And it's not just for the amazing 6 minute jam at the end (named the "Mock Turtle Jam" on the official release) but the actual song proper is amazing in it's own right. Jerry just riiips on the last 4 minutes or so of the main song. Versions like this make "Terrapin" my favorite Grateful Dead song.
- (10/12/2010)


This was the first live purchase of dead material I ever made, back in the late 90's I believe, and I still go back to it regularly.

Excellent show, and I agree with most of what's been said. I don't think anyone has commented on the Tennessee Jed, which is smoking! Give it a close listen; the ending is fantastic.
- (04/18/2014)


Wow. I don't usually put too much stock in later shows, but I figured to give it a listen after reading about it on gratefuldeadoftheday.com. This show smokes, and, it goes without saying, the Terrapin is mind-bending.
- (03/13/2015)


Samson>Terrapin. Last time played together, started on 4/25/77
- (04/23/2016)


Awesome show ! Spring of 90 one of the boys best tours ever ! Super fun nite wide eyed smiles all around ! Special nite a must listen
-Jeff (03/14/2017)


Great show! Best "I Will Take You Home" I've ever heard!
-Albert (05/03/2017)


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Band Configuration
(04/16/79 - 07/23/90)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Brent Mydland
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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