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06/18/95
Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Bertha
The Same Thing
Stagger Lee
Eternity
Deal

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Long Way To Go Home
Samson And Delilah
Eyes Of The World
Drums
Spanish Jam
I Need A Miracle
Wharf Rat
Not Fade Away

Encore:
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

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Comments:

overall a weak show-


but probably my all time favorite Stagger Lee
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Does anybody have this show? I'd be up for a trade....pretty please?
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This sadly was my last show, did not know it then, but it was a great show. I enjoy it more now than I did then. I especially likes CC>Rider and Eyes of the World. Peace on!
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Jerry sounded awful. This show made me realize that the end was near. My last show.
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sad show. even for a new head and only being my third and last show with Jerry i knew something was wrong. it wasn't just his voice, jerry's playing even seemed slow. hated to end it this way
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I know it was not a great show, but it was my wifes first show. I would love to give a copy of it to her for x-mas. If anyone has it let me know please. I will give you what ever you want.

Thank you,

Jay
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the wharf rat is the saddest piece of music I heard this band play. That is not a compliment by the way.
-Dave H (05/16/2008)


This was to be my last show as well and I agree that it was horrible. Garcia was absolutely lost during a lot of the show, particularly in "Wharf Rat."

Very sad.

I gave my ticket away for the next night on the way out of the parking lot.
- (05/26/2008)


this may have been my last show or maybe i had made it up to Albany who knows. I do know that the Wharf Rat begining was pretty sad, Not bad but sad. I recall the later years not being that great back then. although listening to this now I wouldnt mind going back for a bit. BTW Bobbie had something to do with the shows not being that together. Listen to the twang. Miss you Jer..GOOD TIMES
-Anonymous (01/22/2010)


The stagger lee was awesome and there was a problem with wharf rat. It seemed bob wanted to do throwin stones and they went back and forth
- (11/14/2014)


Stranger opener was solid!
- (11/25/2015)


Just stumbled into this show looking for Spanish jams. Wow. The Spanish Jam is intense. Samson. Wow. Jerry was giving the NYC crowd one last hurrah. It does seem like they were reworking Wharf Rat, it is weird. The band is trying to slow it down, but Jerry keeps the odd rhythmn going. Very interesting.
-Anonymous (01/31/2016)


Never heard a musical argument before. Jerry and Bobby were really locked into the songs they wanted to play. Jerry won, but the first half of wharf rat is down right strange to hear. But Jerry is still the captain, and no matter what First-Mate Bobby wanted, the Captain drives the ship where ever he wants.

Rule 1: The Captain is always right.
Rule 2: If the Captain is wrong... Refer to Rule 1.
-Murphy (06/21/2016)


My second to last show. I can actually tolerate most of the first set. With all due respect, but in my opinion, anyone who thinks Jerry was "reworking" Wharf Rat is delusional.
-Chicken Gel (07/25/2016)


to borrow a phrase from the mafia, i think it sounded more like Jerry was "workin' over" Wharf Rat, if ya know what i mean.
-Anonymous (01/05/2017)


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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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