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06/19/95
Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Good Morning Little School Girl
Ramble On Rose
It's All Over Now
Lazy River Road
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Unbroken Chain
Samba In The Rain
Corrina
Matilda Matilda
Drums
The Other One
Stella Blue
Throwin' Stones
Turn On Your Love Light

Encore:
Brokedown Palace

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Comments:

Decent Lovelight. Awful Samba inthe rain, awful corrina, terrible stella blue. Second set sucked. Brokedown palace was the only worthwhile point in this terrible show from a once amazing band.
-nick


I thought this show was good overall. The weather was nice. Had some good shrooms with a really old and good friend. Sat right in front of two gorgeous ladies. Dylan opened and he was great. I was enthusiastic and place was bare for him and he seemed to acknowledge this from our decent seats. For the Dead show, Jerry Garcia was having a hard time playing the solos but his voice was hanging very well on every note. He really couldn've made this my favorite time seeing them if he played the guitar well. The concert had a strange water theme to it - - - Cold Rain And Snow, Lazy River Road, Big River, Samba In The Rain. Goodbye Jerry, miss you.

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I've not heard decent copy of this show I can't recall too much of it as I was there. However, I do remember the MAMU > Big River and the Don't Ease Me In to follow got the Giants Stadium faithfuls jumping in their seats.
I had a great time at these shows....
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sadly, this is the show that Phil Lesh makes reference to in his book "My life with the Grateful Dead - Searchin for the sound" -- he tells us that Jerry didn't even know what song they were playing during the Other One. I listened to it after I read that account from Phil --- it is quite sad...you can hear Bob and Phil working so tirelessly to cover up for it.
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Was 13th row and paid a lot of $ to get there. Jerry was gone, they started The Other One without him, the unbroken was a train wreck. It was the first show I walked out of angry and sad, I never thought it would be my last. The last words Jerry sang to me, "Fare thee well I love you more than words can tell"
I love you to Jerry and miss you every day.
- (02/18/2009)


My last show and certainly a sad one. Jerry looked horrible and played very poorly, but sang surprisingly well at moments. I waited 18 years to hear Jerry's lead on Unbroken Chain and it just wasn't there. More than a shame. But there are so many great memories. I remember weeping on the beach reading Blair Jackson's bio on Jerry when the story got to this point. It was unbelievable while it lasted.
-RH (10/02/2009)


last "cold rain and snow"
- (11/07/2009)


On Stella Blue those words sound so like jerry knew he won't last
"...there's nothing you can old for very long,
when you her that song, cryin like the wind
it seems like all this life was just a dream..."

Farewell to you Jerry...
- (02/06/2011)


1st and only time I saw the dead. At least I can always saw then play RambleOnRose, my favorite song
- (01/03/2013)


My right knee is so very sore. Could that possibly mean that we're expecting rain? I wish I lived closer to Tulsa. I've recently discovered arugula. There's a town called Dublin in Georgia, too. I recently purchased an oscillating fan online. I always prefer spring water over purified water. Macadam roads have better gripping quality than asphalt. I had 3 deer in my back yard last nite, but a few moments later, they had vanished. We saw a Native American crying by the roadside last week, and the bloke I was riding with told me that he was tempted to roll down the window and say, "Hey, smoke a peace pipe, chief", but I quietly advised him against it. I have not picked up a Frisbee in years. My allergies prevent me from buying a puppy. Don't ever use a propane turkey fryer in your garage. Very small rocks don't float in water, but sometimes they will in gravy. No one has ever told me I have junk in the trunk. Perhaps someday. I'm handy with a cordless drill, but just the smaller ones. I've been to the top of the mountain ... almost. Bye for now.
-Hoz (12/18/2014)


Sat next to a girl who wasn't even as old as the Dead t-shirt I was wearing. At least Brokedown Palace was a decent swan song. I think Jerry died of embarassment from this tour.
-Skeeter (01/01/2016)


Lol, it wasn't embarrassment, the CIA was done with their experiments and Jerry (the greatest undercover CIA operative they ever did have) was "eliminated" to cover up everything they did. Pretty wild, the other boys had no clue they were on stage with a master operative and they were just pawns in an offshoot of the MKUltra tests. Why else would they destroy certain records man, jerrys name was all over it. Still gotta thank the agency for 30 years of great music, even though it was a big mind control experiment.
-Anonymous (06/21/2016)


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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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