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09/07/90
Richfield Coliseum - Richfield, OH

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Walkin' Blues
Ramble On Rose
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Althea
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Bird Song
Picasso Moon
U.S. Blues

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Truckin'
Crazy Fingers
Playin' In The Band
Drums
I Need A Miracle
Black Peter
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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Comments:

Wasn't this Welnick's first show?
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This was my 24th birthday show and Welnick's first. Pretty hot show with five great first set Jerry tunes.
-Anonymous


Wasn't there, on the tapes this is the best China->Rider transition I have EVER heard.
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First show without brent. Nary a dry eye in the house during knockin.
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VINCE R.I.P
-Anonymous


Begining of the Casio keyboard era
-Anonymous (11/24/2007)


What was welnick and bralove thinking with some of those keyboard tones early on vince smoothed out somewhat over time he clearly loved the material i still think the band rushed just to get a live body out on the road vince r.i.p.
-Stagger lee (07/07/2009)


Did he really play a Casio keyboard??? I know he had some cheesy sounds but jeez...I will admit, I am not a big Vince fan, but some shows he did pretty good. Unfortunately for Vince, he will go down in Grateful Dead history with an importance somewhere along the lines with the black chicks from the Jerry Garcia Band.
-Andrew (06/06/2010)


I wasn't much of a vince fan but don't put him down. I attended this show and it was ok for the era and loss factor. I think it unfair to say vince will go down the same as the "black chicks" from JGB. there should be no bad words for either. Those women were professional and outstanding. The sound Jery was going for and his interests at the time were exceptional to none. All be it he had his problems but remember he was a musician and did some pretty cool stuff during thast stage of his career, life, vocation, enjoyment. Remember his talent is his and we enjoyed and still do during his choice of direction. No disrepect to the anyone's opinions this is just mine. Peace out and enjoy your era as recorded in time.
-krk (06/18/2010)


@Anonymous "beginning of the Casio keyboard era." HILARIOUS! Vince had some skills, but he spent too much time playing a $100 Casio keyboard that used horrible samples of things like "fiddle" and "saxophone." There was nothing worse than hearing Jerry rip into a potentially killer version of Jack-a-Roe, only to have his guitar overpowered by godawful Casio fiddle sounds. See View from the Vault II for an example of this.
-Andrew (08/15/2012)


"Vince, he will go down in Grateful Dead history with an importance somewhere along the lines with the black chicks from the Jerry Garcia Band"

JGB has nothing to do with Grateful Dead and for the record, Gloria Jones, DeeDee Dickerson, and Jacklyn LaBranch added quite a bit to Jerry's sound...he kept them around in some combination for 14 years or so.

OTOH, Vince is certainly the least talented of the keyboardists. So we agree there...

Saw both these and they were.......ok, Philly however was better, much better.
-Bossgobbler (10/19/2013)


Vince, overall, is underrated! It took time for him to find his groove, sure, but he added a lot of harmonies and energy. Listen to "Days Between". The boys could not have played anything like that before Vince.
-Mark (11/24/2014)


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Band Configuration
(09/07/90 - 09/14/90)

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

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