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Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY

Set 1:
Hell In A Bucket
Walkin' Blues
Ramble On Rose
Beat It On Down The Line
Big Railroad Blues
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Sugar Magnolia
Foolish Heart
Playin' In The Band
Terrapin Station
The Wheel
Black Peter
Around And Around
Sunshine Daydream

Box Of Rain

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this is the only show i've seen with my cousin joe. we were pretty smashed so it's kind of a blur. bucket-bertha was hot. second set opener smoked, great foolish heart.. once again jerry doesn't let us down at the garden.
-keel o'neill

I'm sure you and cousin Joe must have had a great time..The Show was Rockin, I was there..the sound was superb but visualy there was a strange and eerie glare coming out of the 200 section that was viewed by most of the audience and even the band seemed distracted on occasion ......good thing about the garden. it doesn't matter how old or light on top you might be, you can always have a rockin time when the dead are in town.

Agreed.. The Dead rocked at the Garden. Saw The other ones there, 11-26-02, and got a dark star>watchtower>dark star


the show is very nice. quite an odd transition from sugar mag > foolish heart though. in fact, it is one of the choppier transitions that i've ever heard. sugar mag was not jammed out at all and in fact, jeryy cut it off damn near the second bobby stopped singing the lyrics to sugar mag. quite odd. granted this is coming from a tape source and i was not there, but nonetheless. the only thing i can suggest is a cut in the master tape source and then a very rugged cross-fade, though this is not mentioned on etree or the various trader resources. oh well..............great moments. jerry makes up for the rather non-inventive transition by smokin foolish heart! phil's sound is always phabulous on these dsbd sources. well worth getting so try to grab this one boys and girls!

JDF. I was at the show and distinctly remember the odd transition into Foolish Heart, almost as if Bobby and Jerry were battling as to which song to play next, Jerry won out. It wasn't a fave of mine but I think by the end of the song I was saying they really brought it into the Dead repetoire
- (04/17/2010)

Great show. The band was on, Phil was in the zone, perfect bass tone at this point

Terrapin station was especially awesomeStatements just seem bane at last.


The Brain has put its brakes on, and the whistle is screaming, Terrapin! What a genius artist Garcia was. He was still pretty high in 91
- (07/13/2024)

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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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