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07/18/90
Deer Creek Amphitheater - Noblesville, IN

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
New Minglewood Blues
Easy To Love You
Peggy-O
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Brown-Eyed Women
Cassidy
Deal

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Looks Like Rain
Terrapin Station
Drums
The Other One
Morning Dew

Encore:
The Weight

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Comments:

of my 33 shows this was the best
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The last easy to love you
-Jason


Jerry's guitar is crying during LLR, Other One begins almost as an afterthought, like they didn't realize they had started playing it
-Cross


Front row for this one. At one point in the second set Phil and I caught eyes as Jerry hit a sour note. My face cringed then Phil and I shared a laugh. That kind of thing is what made watching the Dead different and better.
-Bossgobbler (05/13/2011)


Lucky ones who got to see this show must of been in heaven. One of the best shows from this summer tour and possibly of 1990. One of Brent's last, but still, even through an AUD, I could hear him putting every drop he had into it. The Help/Slip/Frank opener has a bounce to it that plays right into the Minglewood. The Easy to love you is very heart felt. Almost as if Brent knew he wasn't long for this world. It ends with the first notes of Peggy-O and jerry and Brent have their last ballad duo moment. Masterpiece was relatively upbeat with Bobby giving a nice bouncy rhythm to his vocal lines. The Brown-Eyed Woman and Cassidy were nice choices to bring the set to a mellow point before Deal rocked it to the end. The second et speaks for itself. The closing TOO -> Dew was quite a ride. And the transition was sweet. Can't even imagine what the vibe was like in that place.
-Murphy (06/19/2014)


@Cross - you have no idea what you're talking about. The Other One is telegraphed miles ahead of when Phil actually 'kicks it up' to officially begin the song.

An afterthought? Dude, you're nuts. This version of The Other One is one of the best of the era. The only thing that keeps it from a being a 10/10 (for the era) is that healy just *had* to mess w/ Bob's vocals to make it seem more psychedelic. The fact is, their performance of the song that night did not need any tweaking from the sound guy.

Anyway, just had to weigh-in because of that comment. I dont mean to beat you up, but I just strongly disagree with that particular comment.
- (01/17/2016)


this show i was peaking so during drums and space i went and laid on the lawn . the people behind me kept laughing at me so i got up and moved and laid back down and then those people behind me started laughing at me so i got up and moved again and the people again were laughing at me .. could not figure it out .. until about a month later when darby gave me the tapes and i realized the laughing was coming through the PA .. not the people behind me
- (12/06/2017)


this was my virgin show...(67 shows) It was a friend of mine's 100th show... and we walked out to the parking lot, he grabbed me and remarked "YOU are a LUCKY MF...I would rank that in my top 2 or 3 shows I have EVER seen! And I still rank it it my top 3 shows!

- (03/06/2018)


frypan, You have the same story in '89' and '90'? You lucky MF :) Fun stuff Brother. Peace.


- (12/01/2018)


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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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