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05/20/95
Sam Boyd Silver Bowl - Las Vegas, NV

Set 1:
Mississippi Half-Step
The Race Is On
Lazy River Road
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Tennessee Jed
Eternity

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Samba In The Rain
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
Truckin'
Drums
Space
The Last Time
That Would Be Something
Morning Dew

Encore:
One More Saturday Night

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Comments:

Proably the last great Morning Dew. Just heart wrenching. Just beautiful.
-Jeff


Fun show, but was a day show under the outdoor sun. Not the trip I had become acustom to. Plus I did not know that nobody camps in vegas, but lake mead was still fun for the few of us that did do it under the stars. I wish I could go back and do this one again.

Show highlight for me was "Samba in the Rain" as I danced under a spray of water to keep cool. - Thanks for the memory.
-


One of the worst performances ever. Half step is a complete mess as well as the band.
-Dave (02/22/2008)


seems a bit negative dontcha think dave?
the following days show was easily the best of '95, and stack up well against even classic dead years, and this show featured a smiling jerry who even engaged in some stage banter with bob telling fans "bring the people passed out up front. we can stack 'em next to the stage. geez people, you think we do this just for fun?" and laughing with the fans.
the music isnt as good as the following day, but its well played for the time period.
vegas '95 was (IMHO) the last great (very good) run of shows and should be enjoyed by all.
check out the 5/21 versions of "so many roads" (best ever IMO), "days between" (also in the one of the "best ever" category), "spanish jam> other one" and "eyes" among others.
tight playing and tight SINGING. little or no vocal flubs, and high energy from the boys. a '95 show that wont fit on 2 discs. it was a treat.
-gdjake (03/03/2008)


This was my first and only Dead show, I was 5 months old. Mom's got great pictures of me with the band in the background on stage.
-Christie
-Christie (08/09/2010)


during the last time my buddy shrub looked at me and said 'he sounds like he means it'
we attributed it to the heat, hell Jerry even had shorts on during this trip. I get goosebumps everytime i think of this story . . .
- (10/02/2013)


This would have been show #114 for me, but I had a run of bad Saturday shows and decided to skip this one- even though i LIVED in vegas at the time. Everyone told me i missed an epic Dew, but no one mentioned 'The Race is on'. Chased that one forever... Looking back- What a boner move.
-Mikey (05/20/2017)


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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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