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04/01/90
The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Walkin' Blues
Just A Little Light
Candyman
Me And My Uncle
Big River
Althea
Victim Or The Crime
To Lay Me Down
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Ship Of Fools
Man Smart-Woman Smarter
Drums
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Hey Jude Reprise
Truckin'
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
It's All Over Now
Baby Blue

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Comments:

Didn't make the show, but the China Cat made 'Without a Net'. Vary nice, tight playin through the set.
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China Cat Sunflower, I Know You Rider, and Dear Mr. Fantasy are included on the officially released CD "Without A Net."
-Anonymous


I
Just A Little Light-15th/21 times played
enjoyed the Walking Blues>Little Light>Candyman combo.

To Lay Me Down-last played 7/13/89
The shows gem

II
Truckin'>
Stella Blue>
Sugar Magnolia
5th of 5 times this great sequence was played. Last time was 9.22.87. Truckin' was shorter than most but the Stella Blue was well done.

E: Baby Blue-Jerry's voice intact!
-Perrin


Last To Lay Me Down with Brent.
-Ed (07/20/2010)


I had 12 Tix(4 each night) but got busted for 300 sheets of doses 2 years before show and 2 weeks before gig had to go to court for charges. Judge would NOT postpone sentencing so I could use my tickets. Last time I saw Jerry alive was couple weeks before the "Show I Never Saw." Jerry joined the REAL Grateful Dead before I made parole. I DID get lots of postcards from Dead strangers who felt my pain. The Grateful Dead is and will always be one of the most intregal parts of my very core. Wow...( o)==={:::]
- (09/13/2019)


Super solid show. All the songs are played exemplary with great energy. An excellent example of a high level power Dead show from the late 80's thru Brent's passing.

I'd like to shine the spotlight on Victim or the Crime (curiously positioned mid-first set). This is not a song that has ever been overly appealing to me (I think many feel that way). However, it really struck me during my most recent listen to this show. This Victim was the only time during the show when the band went off the beaten path and got a little weird (outside of Space, of course). The Dead's ability for improvisation is one of their most outstanding qualities (IMO). Those improvisations became rarer as time went on, so I really appreciate it when open-ended jamming makes it way into later era shows. Victim is where you will find it in this show. The entire second half of the song is a jam with plenty of exploration. It is certainly not early 70's era Dark Star exploration, but it does provide a nice little taste of cosmic weirdness.

If you are like me and more-or-less tolerate Victim of the Crime, I recommend you give this version a deep listen. You may find a new appreciation.

- (07/09/2020)


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Band Configuration
(04/16/79 - 07/23/90)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Brent Mydland
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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