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06/16/90
Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA

Set 1:
Let The Good Times Roll
Truckin'
Touch Of Grey
Mama Tried
Big River
Friend Of The Devil
Cassidy
Big Boss Man
One More Saturday Night

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
We Can Run
Estimated Prophet
Terrapin Station
Drums
China Doll
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
It's All Over Now
Baby Blue

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Comments:

One for the ages. It's hard to even describe what was going on during the second set....I don't think I've ever heard anything quite like it...mind-blowing!!
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I agree. Best show I ever saw!
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Recently released in complete form....as View from the Vault III...in DVD, CD, and VHS format.
-jake


And supposedly filler from 10/3/87 - who knows what songs please?
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i believe candyman, esau, west la
-Anonymous


Filler songs are Hey Pocky Way, New Minglewood Blues, Candyman, When I Paint My Masterpiece, West LA Fadeaway, and My Brother Esau.
-Anonymous


i was at that one. front row. estimated prophet was killer with weir going crazy with the high pitched notes.
-Kyle


Officially released on DVD as "View From The Vault III."
-Anonymous


Anone one notice they reversed drums & space at this show...the middle of the second set actually looks like this...Terrapin>Jam>Space>Drumz>China Doll...interesting...
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I
Truckin'-2nd song 1st set? YEAH!
Big Boss Man-71/72nd times played, next 7.6.95

II
We Can Run-21/22nd time played


-Perrinswolf


I have this DVD and don't particularly like this show all too much--the Esau filler from '87 is the highlight, for me...
-billymunster (08/09/2008)


When I heard We Can Run I almost cried becuase when I looked up the lyrics for the first time I realized how true they are today. I almost hear a bit of Bob Sieger in Jerry's voice this night. Truly now my favorite song. Jerry we love you.
-Anonymous (12/03/2008)


are you sure you dont mean brent sounded a little like bob segar? We Can Run is a Brent tune which only he sings on
-Anonymous (06/29/2009)


Anyone have a link to a working DVD torrent file of the View From The Vault III? I can't find a good one for the life of me. Thanks!
-Dave (07/16/2010)


Wildest second set I've heard in a long time. Since I didn't check the set list before listening to this one, the Truckin' really took me by surprise, I knew they were up to something. The ending Cassidy -> BBM -> OMSN was really well played, with one or two hiccups, but not obvious. Then the second set just melt your mind. Wasn't expecting the 20 minute jam out of terrapin. And the reversed drums/space scenario was a nice change up. China Doll had a little trip up at the start but settles into a wonderful version. And sugar magnolia obviously rocked. A phenomenal show to say the least. And if it had to be one of Brent's last then it's fitting it would be a monster ride.
-Murphy (06/12/2014)


Best show I never saw!
-p dan (02/07/2015)


Came upon this show randomly on youtube...awesome! Sounded like a Supplication Jam after Terrapin.
-Anonymous (08/20/2015)


Grate responses.Definitely vault worthy.Mom send money.
- (02/16/2016)


Get Back Where You Belong,,,,InDeed

- (05/13/2018)


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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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