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03/30/95
The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Good Morning Little School Girl
Friend Of The Devil
Queen Jane Approximately
Loose Lucy
Broken Arrow
Easy Answers
Alabama Getaway

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Looks Like Rain
Samba In The Rain
He's Gone
That Would Be Something
Drums
Space
Visions Of Johanna
Throwin' Stones
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

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Comments:

Truly inspirational second set; smooth & clean
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a very sweet show indeed, but you could tell that jerry was not all there. He came alive during LSD, my last show. VERY SAD. But great because it was a great set list. If any body would like to trade this i would love to have a copy.
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Jerry played maybe 4 notes on Lovelight.
-Nick


this was my first and only show i got to attend. didn't know all the songs but i had a grateful time.since then i havent stopped listening to the music and now i wish i could have seen more. great 2nd set but the end would soon be here.i would love to have a copy if anybody can help me out. i have 7 shows to trade but i guess you have to start somewhere..:)
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I found it..
-Jonathan Speed


My last show, and while Jerry wasn't looking so good, 'Visions' was my personal highlight. Thanks Jerry.
-3Bushels


My last show. An incredible experience inside the trusty ol' OMNI! Crowd erupted for phil on broken arrow, and lucy in the sky was a special final treat! Only wish I could say the same for the atmosphere outside the show. Atlanta PD had 2 stretched buses parked directly in front of the venue filled with heads. Many a head was seen the next show in birmingham wearing shirts that simply stated..."FUCK ATLANTA!" Police aside, I will always have fond memories of the spring run!
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One of the best China Cat>Riders ever. Especially the transition between the two. The Rider is soo fast. I love it. I remember when I heard this tape right after the tour I warped my first copy. I now have a crispy board copy of it on CD. Love the whole show. This along with 3/23, 6/30 and 2/21 are the best of 95 in my opinion.
-Anonymous (06/15/2009)


I forgot to mention that the LL Rain is gorgeous. My all time favorite version, far and away.
-Anonymous (06/15/2009)


My first and only Dead show. One of the most impressionable and memorable experiences of my life.
I wanted to see Jerry and the boys before Jerry moved on to a better place - I was just in time. I am so thankful for having been able to see them, in the OMNI, and what a time/show it was!

-Justin (07/30/2009)


anonymous,

I agree with your '95 selections, though you're REALLY missing out if you don't include 5/21 in that list. Check it out. You won't be disappointed. The bus came to a halt for me there in Vegas, and in hindsight I'm glad it did. A great weekend, a fantastic final show, a good scene (rare in '95), and a place where alot of the better '90's shows took place. Anyway, check it out. Nice SBD on archive or I have a stellar AUD if you prefer. Jake
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I was very lucky I was able to see 2 of the shows in Atlanta :) I wish I was able to see more! It was such a great experience!
- (08/28/2015)


Attended. GD last show at The Omni was very good & approached measures of excellence -> fine openers with introduction of revamped Schoolgirl! FOTD is splendid. Easy Answers & Alabama close out Set I in interesting fashion. Alabama is slower paced compared to 80s versions, but more jam out (7 min +).

Set II is mighty fine. Another of their illustrious China > Riders. LLR & Hes Gone are splendid. Some nice ensemble playing after these. I liked Visions of Johanna out of space & then Throwing Stones. Really good performances. Lovelight is alright, but not one of my favorites. LSD encore is not very smooth.

My last GD show; the entire experience, as for many others, was and is deeply profound. Thank you Atlanta & GD for a final FUN run.
-Mortified Morty (09/07/2018)


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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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