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06/06/92
Rich Stadium - Orchard Park, NY

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
Althea
It's All Over Now
Friend Of The Devil
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Ramble On Rose
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Estimated Prophet
The Same Thing
He's Gone
Drums
Space
The Other One
The Wheel
Throwin' Stones
One More Saturday Night

Encore:
Baba O'Riley
Tomorrow Never Knows

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Comments:

anticlimatic - my last show ever
-Anonymous


yes -- an anticlimactic show after the smoker two years earlier. first FOTD for me -- must admit the pneumatic horns during Drumz that year was too gotdamn LOUD, but somewhat interesting.
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as i had tickets for the '90 rich stadium show but was unable to attend due to being selected for the us jr national hockey team, this was my first show...the scene blew my mind, the kindness of strangers was awe-inspiring the cast of characters endless and the magnetism of this (counter)culture was extremely powerful...though at the time i was just glad to be there, plus i didn't know ALL the songs in the dead's cannon yet so, as someone who saw their first 4 shows sober ( i had yet to board that bus), i got a bit bored in spots but by the end i knew there was something special about what i had just been a part of so i wound scoring tickets to the "casey jones" breakout @ r.f.k. 2 weeks later,,,,,,as for the music, while the setlist is phenominal the playing is mediocre @ best with no real signs of inspiration..."f.o.t.d." isn't bad and, truth be told, "let it grow" is actually hot...set 2 starts out with a decent "iko" during which i remember the bears dancing accross the big screens and the crowd going nuts...the "estimated">"samething" is a much better concept on paper than in execution...after space, at different times different band members play hints of "spanish jam" while those not are sprinkling "other one"-ish licks here and there....what was the reasoning for phil abandoning the "other one" intro roll???? whatever the reason, the song suffers for it....not just here but on 90% of those without the roll the song seems weaker than those with it...maybe it's just me but...the transition from "o1" into "the wheel" finds phil playing a 6 note riff that on one hand is a bit atonal but on the other hand it's the perfect bridge between bobby and jerry....with the new in-ear monitors the band was using the audience was treated to some conversations, ideas, etc by the band at times...this is evident when after "throwin' stones" the drummers start up the tell tale rhythm of "not fade" but bobby calls it off by audibly (on the tape) calling for the more appropriate "sat night"....oddly enough, the encore was the second time in two shows @ rich stad. that i heard "baba o'reilly" as the last show before this i saw here was the who in '89.....comin around in a circle!!!!
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My last show also after 9 years of heavenly bliss. Also my first show since Brent's death. As a huge Who fan and a Brent devotee, Baba O'Reilly was the nail in the coffin.
--Anonymous


I will forever remember this show !
- (07/27/2013)


Decent first set, uninspired second set.
Bobby did the "1,2,3 take a step back" song
To the fans on the floor between FOTD and
Masterpiece
- (03/05/2014)


This was my first.....and now my last will be July 5, 2015. C u in Chicago.
- (02/28/2015)


My first show. Low energy show, but competently played. Definitely beats most shows from mid-94 onward.
-Chicken Gel (07/25/2016)


Just before i went in, i traded some kind nugs for a dose of liquid. This fool puddles me a teaspoon. Holy shit...
Next thing i remember its Same thing and I witness the audience slow clapping to this song. It was STARTED by the guy next to me. He stood up, started clapping to the song real slowly, but with explosive power and projection... and all around we all joined him. It spread across the stadium til the whole place was doing it. Badass.
Whose to blame? This whole tour was a blur.
Shotgun a mountain dew with me?
RIP bryan blackledge.
-Zippy (10/11/2017)


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Band Configuration
(05/19/92 - 07/09/95)

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

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