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09/22/93
Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble On Rose
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Bird Song

Set 2:
Easy Answers
Lazy River Road
Estimated Prophet
Dark Star
Drums
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
I Fought The Law

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Comments:

Unreal show! Just spectacular!
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Excellent show. One of the best I've heard. Someone is helping on sax.
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David Murray plays sax on Birdsong and the entire second set. James Cotten joins on harmonica for Throwing Stones and Lovelight.
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From what I remember, this was a mess of a show, sound-wise. Nice to have special guests...but it sounded terrible, from what I remember.
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just listened to this for the first time, and it's sweet! the help>slip!>franks opener is super hot, and the estimated>dark star is superb, with the help of dave murray on sax. one of the best 90's shows i've heard by far.
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this was my first show .i see it as a blessing
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my 1st dark star,sick show,rain shakedown whew
-jkturtle11


Slipknot grinded me, man
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Out of 23 GD shows, this was the worst show I ever attended. The whole show was one long jazz jam.
-Anonymous (01/04/2011)


@Anonymous (1/04/2011) Yeah I know, I hate it when the Dead jams out songs for like 20 minutes.... Jeeeeez don't they know we hate hearing Help/Slip/Franklin and Darkstar on the same evening? HELLLOOOOO BOOOOOOOOORING!!! More Corrina PLZ K THXBAI.
- (10/21/2011)


@anonymous "The whole show was one long jazz jam." And what was the problem? Have you listened to Blues for Allah or Wake of the Flood lately? The Grateful Dead were jazz artists in the most supreme sense of the term. They learned from jazz greats like John Coltrane, Miles Davis, and McCoy Tyner. Bobby modeled his rhythm work after Tyner's piano style. If you don't like jazz, you won't find much to love in the Dead either.
-Andrew (12/27/2011)


I remember hearing bits and pieces of this on Gans's GD Hour and found it rather refeshing to hear David Murray joining in (the interviews with him were fantastic!) and to hear James on harp. Nice to know that the Dead were always exploring for new sounds.
-bnork (08/17/2012)


Easy Answers,,,what up
- (12/02/2016)


This was the 3rd to last Dark star, and one of only 4 shows total to include both Help-slip-franklins and Dark star in same show. (Two shows had them in the same set.)
6-14-91 RFK and 9-10-91 MSG.

-Mike c (03/16/2017)


Anonymous ...hmmmm....guess there are all types of dead heads....but your the first one who's said they'd rather hear Corrina over Help/Slip/Franklin...and complain that's it's 20 min long...and that the night was jazzy!?!?!?
- (09/03/2017)


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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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