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04/01/93
Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY

Set 1:
Jack Straw
They Love Each Other
New Minglewood Blues
Candyman
Desolation Row
Stagger Lee
Eternity
Liberty

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Saint Of Circumstance
Crazy Fingers
Wave To The Wind
Drums
Long Way To Go Home
The Days Between
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Rain

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Comments:

Barney the Dinosaur sits in on bass during Iko Iko
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From what I remember, this was a crappy show...true? I never heard a tape.
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I have the 1st set on tape and was there, I've seen better shows but also have seen a lot worse.

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Wave To The Wind and Days Between are outstanding, but apart from that there's nothing worth mentioning. Not a bad show either.
-Andy Black


Wave to the Wind is the worst song written in the history of human kind. It's hard to believe that this would ever pass a sound check or practice session...truly embarassing.
-Anonymous (07/03/2008)


Don't forget Liberty...a regular Bobby Ratdog tune now for some odd reason.
-Perrinswolf (08/04/2008)


My 25th birthday show, yeah to much new stuff for my taste. Could you imagine that next album after Built to Last if it ever came out? Pretty emabrrassing IMHO.
-Anonymous (03/19/2009)


blah blah blah haters, every year is not 1990
-steve (08/27/2012)


Wave to the Wind is very bad, and I too am surprised it would pass muster...but worse than We Built This City? Maybe.

At this point I was on hiatus waiting for them to get better...unfortunately that never happened.
-Bossgobbler (02/02/2014)


Lol, it's pathetic to see so many people hate on tunes the way the previous commenters have. So many bad vibes being brought in because of self absorbed non-sense. If you don't like a tune then that's your problem. clearly the boys disagreed with you. I admit, the 90's tunes have a different feel to em, but to say that the album would have been embarrassing is ignorantly naive. Weather you like a tune or not, disrespecting the memory of any artist and bringin bad vibes on everyone who enjoys the work you don't just makes you seem like a condescending fool. Unless thats what you were going for, in which case, success.
-Murphy (10/01/2014)


Seriously, its not hating it is just unfortunate they were on the downside. it happens to us all. Had there been a new album we would have had.
Picasso Moon
Wave to the wind
Easy Answers
Days Between
Liberty
Eternity
Long way to go home
So Many Roads
Corrina

Just sayin'Murph
- (04/01/2015)


I don't think the boys would put Picasso Moon on back to back studio albums......no matter how much they may have liked it.

- (04/02/2015)


All i'm saying is that when the boys weren't completely shot, most of there 90's were quite beautiful. especially so many roads and days between. I know everyones hears somethin different, i just thought that was a little drastic to say embarrassing. But, again, everyone hears somethin different.

I've also found liberty to be a good bouncy tune, when it closed set 1. Never liked as an encore. As for the other tunes, i wouldn't say they are favorites, but i've enjoyed them.
-Anonymous (03/31/2016)


^^^^^^
Murphy
-Murphy (03/31/2016)


I think that album would've been really nice anonymous. I personally wish something would've came out of the studio with Vince. And all 8 of the songs you listed that aren't on an album would make up a good record. Don't forget to add if the shoe fits and samba. Maybe some other covers
-Quadlibet (09/21/2016)


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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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