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Sandstone Amphitheatre - Bonner Springs, KS

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Walkin' Blues
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Tennessee Jed
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Smokestack Lightning
He's Gone
Comes A Time
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Good Lovin'

It's All Over Now

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Whoo-ee! What a show, opening with the best Jack Straw I've heard. Bruce H really pushed the band along and Phil dropped 3 bombs during the crescendo at about 5:00. The boys were hot, hot, hot this evening, with some of their best ensemble playing since the mid 70's.

Oh, and Bobby went out of his mind singing Walkin' Blues and again during Stuck Inside of Mobile. (Don't you love it when he just about looses all control?) There's a very good Music Never Stopped followed by a second set opener of a 24+ minute-long Begonias > Fire. I feel those make nice solid connevctions betwwen the two sets. But all of this pales compared to what follows.

How does this sound? Truckin' > Smokestack > He's Gone > 8 minute Drums > 23 minute Space (a VERY cool version by the way) > Comes a Time > GDTRFB > Good Lovin'. Wow. I'm left exhausted every time I hear this show.

For clarification, the encore was not It's All Over Now (the one Bobby sang) but was actually It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - the Dylan song. And Jerry sang it so sweetly.

Look for a copy of this show; you won't be disappointed.

i really can't add anything to the excellent review provided above...except to say i agree with it 100%! this is one helluva show!

Great, great show...Bruce just brought a renewed fire to the band, and it showed that night. Jackstraws just usually go in one ear and out the other most of the time, but this is one that grabs my attention every time, great energy, and the transition from Scarlet into Fire rivals about anything I've ever heard from the boys. Once again, great show.

Downloaded this show from the archive based on reviews here and there. Have listened to pieces at a time, and been blown away each time. The Truckin>Smokestack>He's Gone is out of this world. Can't wait to check out the rest.


3rd show for me at Sandstone at it kicked my ass! This show combined with the night before and I was HOOKED!
Deadhead for life!
-gratefuldan (07/06/2008)

Had this tape in meager collection in high school and it changed my life. Miss Brent so
much and the keys sound in tmns is over the top
awesome. The encore is so touching, been a huge fan of this song b/c of rewinding and relistening to that sad sweet encore over and over. Thank you Jerry!!
- (06/14/2012)

I was at both of these shows and all I can say is wow! The weather was great both nights, I had three people who had never experienced the Dead with me and I knew they were in for a treat, but who'd a thought we would get these two stellar shows. Big Dylan fan, remember very clearly it was Baby Blue from Dylan in encore that night, I felt it.
- (07/06/2013)

All i can say is that this show is beautiful. nothing much can be added to the articulate reviews above. Just get this show and enjoy three hours of stellar performance by the greatest group of musicians to ever walk this earth.
-Murphy (08/03/2014)

This is a great motherfuckin' show, with a fantastic setlist and Jerry plays his ass off!
- (01/21/2016)

Well no wonder this show rocked, Jerry Had plenty of ass to play off!
-Anonymous (06/28/2016)

This show was spectacular. I clearly remember hearing the 'comes a time' a mile away coming out of space and was PRAYING jerry was not teasing. I think everyone was holding their breath. What a kickdown! One of my GD highlights. It sounded like it was right out of 1985. The boys were on point tonight! All the spinners at the top of the hill. WOW what a magical night.
-Mike c (03/12/2017)

Orpilorp- FWIW I was actually responsible for the Jack Straw opener on this show. I was down front before the show checking out Bruce's keyboard rig and he was at most ten feet from me warming up. I shouted out "Hey Bruce, how about a Jack Straw to open the show?" He looked back at me and mouthed "Jack Straw" with a 'why not?' look, then he turned to Jerry who was tuning and mouthed 'Jack Straw?" Jerry smiled and nodded and as they started the iconic riffs for the song I waved thanks and headed for my seat. Needless to say, it was a great version and I was as stoked as you were to hear it. Shows that start with Jack have a real knack for turning out to be above average shows...
- (08/02/2019)

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Band Configuration
(09/15/90 - 03/24/92)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Vince Welnick
Keyboard: Bruce Hornsby
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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