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03/26/95
The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Little Red Rooster
Ramble On Rose
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Lazy River Road
Eternity
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
It's All Too Much
Crazy Fingers
Estimated Prophet
Terrapin Station
Drums
Space
The Other One
Morning Dew

Encore:
Johnny B. Goode

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Comments:

fat!!! in the lot my friend and i were saying other one all day long..then it came......ahhhh!!!!
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the boys showed some signs of life in this show...it was obvious though that the end was drawing near....
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Morning Dew-Rather good considering the date. Jerry is still able to sing and play this gem well enough to give me shivers as I listened to it. 250th of 253 versions....the end was quite near RwJmy.
-Perrinswolf


another nostradamus here. why is it that EVERY freaking time a '95 show is discussed, someone just has to say "i knew the end was near"?

NO YOU DIDNT!!
none of us did.

we were worried, but we were also worried in '86. we were worried in '92. what we all did at the time was look for signs of hope, and they were there many nights, especially when jerry pounded out a ballad like "so many roads" or "days between". we looked for hope. NO ONE sat around the lot saying "decent show, but jerry is gonna die soon." no one said it, and no one THOUGHT IT. enough of the after the fact 20/20 vision. it gets old.
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well said gdjake...well said
-steve (11/24/2008)


I love gdjake's comment. Totally agree!!!
-The Man (11/29/2009)


And some one finally calls the Hindsight fools out. Thanks gdjake
-Anonymous (02/23/2013)


Yes, I agree. Enough of the Monday morning quarterbacking.

My last 4 GD shows were the Atlanta run and a wise decision it would be. Although all were very fine shows, the first night had great energy and the rock n' roll show .
- (05/10/2013)


Well gdjake most of you were too stoned and self absorbed to see the reality of Garcia's slow demise. It's lucky he was around soo long! The Deadheads killed Jerry with their insane, drugged out hero worship!!
-Anonymous (05/27/2013)


No, Jerry killed HIMSELF with his drugged out heroin worship.
- (11/03/2014)


Thats more accurate. Don't blame other people for something someone did to themselves. Jerry will forever be one of the most beloved Junkies in history, but thats who he was, a junkie. had been since the late 70's. the fact that he came back after '86 AND '92 should show how the love of the fans pulled him back on stage and gave him and everyone else in attendance a few more years of bliss. Junkies eventually die, but no one ever sees it coming, you just aren't as surprised when it does, as compared to when someone dies of natural causes at a young age, becasue you know their lifestyle isn't conducive to a long life. I doubt anyone who says they knew actually "knew". even nostradomus got a couple of things wrong.

It's sad that people wanna give '95 a bad rap for one tour. The boys had very few tours that could ever be described in good concious as "bad"... and even those had moments of brilliance, so it's all just generalized nonsense. The music kept goin strong and even in the summer of '95 when it looked at it's worst, people were still makin plans for the fall. So those with hindsight are blind to the scheduled '95 fall tour that had to be canceled.
-Anonymous (12/17/2014)


He ate horrible as well. It wasn't all due to drugs.
-Anonymous (03/26/2015)


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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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