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01/25/93
Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA

Set 1:
Shakedown Street
The Same Thing
Althea
Mama Tried
Maggie's Farm
Loose Lucy
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Long Way To Go Home
Corrina
Playin' Reprise
Uncle John's Band
Drums
All Along The Watchtower
Wharf Rat
Around And Around

Encore:
Box Of Rain

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Comments:

quite a nice show. the shakedown is a bit sloppy at times but the show progressively gains steam. it certainly is not one of the best shows but there are defintely highlights. the watchtower has some of the most inspired garcia licks i have heard for this tune. the entire show clocks in at over three hours of music!
-Anonymous


What a god awful show. Go listen to Britney Spears instead.
-Anonymous


go f**k yourself anonymous.
-gdjake (03/05/2008)


speaking of sloppy, the lyrics in UJB are just that. But when did we ever listen to the music just for the lyrics after 1992?
-Anonymous (01/25/2011)


This was my one and only "Birthday Show". I went to the bathroom at some point during the first set, came back and the people I was with had allowed a woman with a baby to sit in my seat. I stood there for about two minutes and nobody noticed me. lol I decided, "screw it!" and just went and walked the around the Arena until after drums/space. One of only two times I ran into the spinners underneath(?) the stage there. Quite interesting to be walking down a hallway, realize the music is getting louder and come upon a bunch of hard core hippies spinning to their own PA system.

Unfortunately, I don't remember the show being very good. I had attended 12/16-17/92, so I was certainly hoping for something great from this January run. Didn't happen. For me it felt like they had given it their last, best effort last month. I know other people feel differently, but for me there are no truly great shows after those in Dec of 92. There are great, magical moments, but not whole shows.

What I do remember from the show in Jan is that I was happy to hear Althea. I also remember I was super bummed when they launched into Way To Go Home, because it was a song that I never liked and had heard more times than necessary. However, directly after that was Corrina > Playin' Reprise > Uncle John's, and it at least it felt like they were really trying at that point. I remember thinking as I was walking around that drums/space was really long. Listening back to a recording of this show, it was. Over thirty-one minutes, and a lot of it REALLY mellow. Some beautiful stuff in there, though. Best part of the night for me was Wharf Rat. Not because it was a great version (it wasn't - by this time they'd lost the post jam bum-bum-bum-bum stomp and in my opinion it was missed), but because it was a favorite and the only song out of the four or five I'd mentioned in the parking lot that I'd really like to hear that they ended up playing.
-Cerebus (09/25/2011)


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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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