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Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA

Set 1:
Hell In A Bucket
C.C. Rider
It Takes A Train To Cry
Beat It On Down The Line
West LA Fadeaway
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Stagger Lee
Johnny B. Goode

Set 2:
Samson And Delilah
Mississippi Half-Step
Feel Like A Stranger
China Doll
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Brokedown Palace

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good first set, i have the bootleg recording.

bobby flubs the opening of BIODLT

I recall observing the band at the natural end of BIODTL- they were ready to finish when Hornsby goofed it and kept pounding away. The rest of the band all looked at each other, smiled and joined in for another loop.

This Brokedown makes me nearly cry. Both his singing and playng are so emotional and beautiful
-Jamie (02/22/2010)

I totally agree with Jamie. I have already requested that my wife play Brokedown at my funeral. I don't plan on dying anytime soon, but I have been compiling a list of my favorite version. This one definitely makes the list. I like Bruce playing accordion, but I am partial to the ones with Brent's soulful harmonies.
-John (04/28/2011) (04/28/2011)

these shows and the expos before were smokin. bobby and bruce we messing around on that false start and bruce got up and walked to end of stage and waved atthe aud.everybody had a great time and you could not here vince that well in the aud so that was a bonus.
- (02/19/2013)

They didn't repeat a single tune through both this run and the cal expo before it. a 6 night exhibition of there song repertoire. This night seemed like they were just eeking out the last drops of energy left in em, and then the Drums section gave em a break. the rest of the set just fires on all cylinders, especially that China doll and Brokedown encore. The "screw up" during BIODTL were just funny. Hornsby didn't wanna stop jamin. Just another example of how frightfully good musicians these guys were/still are.
-Murphy (08/06/2014)

This show blows as do all shows after '90. Gotta know when to hang it up...........
-Anonymous (08/20/2014)

I mail ordered tickets for this show and mentioned on the envelope that it was my buddy's birthday and he had seen his first show in 81. They gave me 2 seats front row center. Row BBB. I was maybe 8 feet from Jerry. The stage at Shoreline was pretty small too. Other worldly experience. As far as the show, it was great. 91 was my favorite year of the late period dead. We had a good run in that late summer tour. We saw all 6 California Dead shows and also Jerry at the Eel River, and on top of Squawk Valley. The set list for this show is great. Varied song selection nd a lot of upbeat songs. Maybe they saw how insane I was dancing and wanted to keep it going.
- (06/21/2018)

An interesting second set.

Half Step

Nothing jammy, just good songs. No Eyes, Estimated, Crazy Fingers, Foolish, Truckin, UJB, Playin etc etc (your common jam vessels).

Interesting show!
-Hollis Wallace (06/30/2022)

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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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