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03/28/93
Knickerbocker Arena - Albany, NY

Set 1:
Mississippi Half-Step
Walkin' Blues
So Many Roads
When I Paint My Masterpiece
High Time
Eternity
Deal

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
Wave To The Wind
Truckin'
Drums
Long Way To Go Home
Attics Of My Life
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Knockin' On Heaven's Door

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Comments:

Listen, I realize a portion of the shows in the latter years weren't exactly stellar performances. However, you need to check out this show. A nice first set with a monster 'Deal' closer. One of the best jams in this period. A cool 'Scarlet - Fire' complete with the flute like sounds coming from Jerry's guitar. A nice 'Truckin' with major "Phil Bombs" throughout.
-Chad


Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Samson And Delilah
Combo last played 12/90
-Perrinswolf


Oh yeah Perrin? Well....this is the last of only 8 Scarlet>Fire>Samson>Ship Of Fools which was last played on 8/6/89 first on 2.5.78 DPXVIII
-Brianmerrilyn (06/21/2007)


only long way to go home> attics

:)

im all for breaking down setlists, but 3 and 4 song combos is a bit much. just my .02
-gdjake (08/25/2007)


Last drums/space....ah, just kiddin'
-Anonymous (07/03/2008)


On sirius right now. Dont listed to post 90/91 that much but this show will make me take a second look.

Enjoy!
-buffalo (01/03/2009)


buffalo,
You really should check out more '92 and '93.
For the 60's (or 70's, or 80's) snobs, they'll find a way to bash anything not in "their" era, but you're obviously not one of those if you listen to (and probably love) '90 and '91.

There are even some gems in '94 and '95, but of course less frequent.
Honestly, '92 had alot of great moments, and Jerry's improved health made '93 a pretty darn good year also. For '92, start with the Vegas shows. 5/29, 5/30, and 5/31 were all pretty special as the weather and band played together.
- (08/26/2009)


total agrement with guy before me
-billy on the beach (03/03/2010)


The Boys' very last Wave to the Wind in Albany. momentous.
- (04/17/2011)


Ah...Wave To The Wind is a strong candidate for worst Dead song ever! Albany was always fun.
-Bossgobbler (07/06/2011)


Bob only did 3 of his own songs this night.
-Anonymous (03/29/2013)


I was just listening to set 2 this evening and the Scarlet is so tight, with Jerry in fine voice. I love love love the '93 version of Scarlet>Fire (9/13/93 comes to mind)
-billymunster (06/05/2013)


Was on Sirius/XM last night and a few days ago erroneously listed as "Uniondale"
-billysunday (08/01/2014)


Note to self: Use this show to score Eternity.
-Murphy (09/30/2014)


Also got to agree with gdjake. The 90's hold hidden treasures that those stuck on the 60's or 70's miss out on. If you put your preconceived notions aside and take a chance, you may find some shows you actually like. Couldn't hurt right?
-Murphy (10/01/2014)


Last Ship- Wave to the Wind
-Richard Hertz (03/28/2017)


I started paying closer attention to the guitar playing. while the vocals are aged the guitar playing in the later years seems very sharp. vocals of course aged more
-jim (05/07/2018)


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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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