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10/14/94
Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Jack Straw
West LA Fadeaway
Queen Jane Approximately
Lazy River Road
El Paso
Ramble On Rose
Box Of Rain

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Looks Like Rain
Samba In The Rain
Corrina
Drums
Space
I Need A Miracle
Attics Of My Life
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Liberty

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Comments:

If you can get your hands on the second set of this show, you will hear one of the greatest jams in Scarlet/Fire. Classic.
-John


Amazing long Scarlet/Fire... real pleasure being there to hear it
-Jason


My 33rd show, a great, great show. Aside from the best Scarlett/Fire- Corrina was intense!
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myself, and a bunch of kids from N.Carolina got in through the exit door on 33rd street just as the second set started, by the time i found my dance space Phil was droppin bombs fast and furious on the outro of fire dun,dun dun dun ,dun da. time stood still for a minute or two
-


Liberty-Good version for late era.
-Perrinswolf (05/08/2007)


This is an excellent late era show.
-Bamski (12/30/2007)


I had so much fun at this show. A great 'Ramble on Rose,' and then a legendary second set.
-Steven C. (06/30/2008)


was to be a dick's pick's, but he passed on before it could be...2nd set is one of the best from 94
-johnny rotten (09/20/2009)


For a late era GD show, Garcia's voice has a bit more sweetness and less gravel.
It's nice to hear him not growl and rasp like Father Time on "Lazy River Road".
- (07/19/2012)


Good God I miss this band so much. It is so common to dismiss their work in their last few years but this concert shows they could still bring it in 1994.

The Scarlet/Fire is a highlight but they really are at the top of their game throughout. Anyone that dismisses what they could do in the '90's needs to hear both of these sets from start to finish and then tell me they had lost it. I can't think of any other group that could sound so good after 30 days much less 30 years.
- (05/20/2016)


Amen Chucky. Amen
-Anonymous (10/14/2016)


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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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