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05/26/95
Memorial Stadium - Seattle, WA

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
The Same Thing
Loose Lucy
Eternity
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
Drums
Space
Easy Answers
Stella Blue
Good Lovin'

Encore:
Liberty

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Comments:

This was my last show. The band played so much better the night before, this night the place had zero energy. Bummer!
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The best Stella ever ........
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jerry gives it a go on this fire
-mase


This Scarlet>Fire has to be in the top 5 of all time . Unbelievable double jam during Fire. Stella is incredible.
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nah - I have to say in this moment that i truly can't think of this as a great scarlet/fire - to the contrary - I am listening to this show in the phones as i am typing this - in the middle of the playin jam - just one of those things - tuning issues and no real precision and the pitch effect on Jer's guitar was cool for about 15 seconds, but I didnt get off on it as much as he did LOL.
- (07/05/2007)


This was my final GD show. This show was a 90's stunner from the beginning. The weather was great and the crowd was juiced! While Jerry was very sick by this point he put it together for most of the night. The setlist was strong and appreciated from beginning to end. What a blast!
- (01/01/2008)


While I'm not a fan of this kind of Stella Blue (too much yelling 'stella blue' over and over) and I think a lot are much better=4/21/78, 12/19/78, 9-24-76), you have got to admit that the Fire on the Mountain here is a 17 minute monster with a ton of inspired licks from Jerry as well as everyone else.
- (03/05/2008)


I just realized as I read another post, that this is only the 9th show with BOTH Scarlet>Fire and Help>Slip>Franklin's.
Trippy dude! Flew/moved from Wichita to go to these 3 shows, then move to Eugene!!
- (06/29/2008)


I NEED THIS SHOW!
muchas garcias
-gratefuldan (01/06/2009)


This was a Rex Benefit show if I remember correctly and what was easily the largest crowd of the 3 nights in Seattle.

The crowd was ready to go from the start and I thought the show had decent energy. I for one did not realize that Jerry's health had detoriated so much.

Looking back, not a bad way to my end my run.

Griff
- (11/03/2010)


This is a great show, sure its not bursting with energy but Jerry and the boys get the job done. As others have stated the FOTM is interesting, Jerry starts playing slide leads and then the rest of the band picks up on it and joins in.
-me (03/12/2011)


The 1st guy to comment said "The band played so much better the night before, this night the place had zero energy, Bummer" WHAT THE LITERAL FUCK? He is either confused on his shows, or he was so high that it made him insane. This show not only has a Help>Slip>Franks AND a Scarlet>Fire but they were played to the max!!! my god that fucking FOTM!!! JUST had to say that dude was crazy this is in the top 2 shows of the year...
- (11/16/2018)


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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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