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Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA

Set 1:
Greatest Story Ever Told
Wang Dang Doodle
Loose Lucy
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Bird Song

Set 2:
Saint Of Circumstance
Crazy Fingers
Playin' In The Band
All Along The Watchtower
Stella Blue
Turn On Your Love Light

The Weight

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I was there.
Front row of the side stands, right in line with Jerry and Bruce, real close.

"an inch to the right" in almost everything.


The Weight and Stella Blue were beautiful.
-Murphy (08/15/2014)

My first bay area show! I just started college at St.Mary's and took BART to the show. The vibe was somber because of the recent death of Bill Graham, but the boys came to play. The Saint of Circumstance was memorable because it was the first time I experienced the Deads ability to build a song to a crescendo that made it feel like the roof was going to blow off the building! Crazy fingers was sweet and Bertha, Greatest, Pegg O (BGP for Bill Graham Productions) to open was a nice tip of the cap to great friend. Overall a great show and memorable few weeks. The Golden Gate park Bill Graham memorial show was just a few days away. Epic
- (07/13/2015)

Sweet William he is dead, pretty Peggy O. RIP Bill Graham
-Peggy O (08/26/2017)

This was the second show after Bill G's stunning demise. Jerry could be so soulful - when he sings "Sweet William he is dead" in Peggy-O, the anguish is palpable. A few songs later, "I'll show you storm and rain" brought us all to tears, including Jer. Especially in the later days, Jerry could plumb the depths of pathos like no one else. Of course, he could then turn around and plaster sunshine all over the place!
- (08/17/2021)

Jeffrey of Fair Oaks, what an incredible analysis. "Jerry could plumb the depths of pathos like no one else. Of course, he could then turn around and plaster sunshine all over the place."

I've never heard it described like that. You put into words what I thought was indescribable. Its like the ashes of Morning Dew falling into the opening chords of Sugar Magnolia...from the depths of pathos to plastered sunshine..

Well said!
-E. Rom von Longines (10/28/2022)

Bird song, last line, Jerry sings
“Snow and blood rain”.
- (07/05/2024)

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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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