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The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

Set 1:
Box Of Rain
New Minglewood Blues
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Tennessee Jed

Set 2:
Long Way To Go Home
He's Gone
I Need A Miracle
So Many Roads
Sugar Magnolia

The Weight

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By Far The Worse Show I Ever Saw Look At That Set List Horrible-BW

What's horrible. Not the longest '92 show I've ever seen, but c'mon it's St. Patricks day, and the boys are probably loaded. I think it's kind of far out to have SMR into Sugar Mags. Haven't heard it YET however.

anon #1 is right. a pretty bad show, although I was lit and dancing around with a green glowstik necklace thingy... still better than work, school, a visit to the dentist, etc.

My buddy and I listened to American Beauty on the ride down so it was cool to hear the Boys open with Box of Rain. So Many Roads was pretty sweet too. Anyway, there is nothing like a Grateful Dead Show and don't you forget that!


This was my first show after getting sober, and I though the Grateful Dead was ruined for me because I wasn't fucked up. Thank God that wasn't the case - saw dozens of great shows after this one, but this, was the worst show I'd ever witnessed.
-Mark (08/02/2012)

the show was elegiac..spoonful into he's gone...themes of love and loss, the balance of life & death...then release with sugar mag & the weight...

- (01/04/2013)

The balance of the Dark Star tease, Other One tease, and eventually Miracle out of Space weighs.

- (02/15/2017)

This show rocked. Anyone who says it didn't has lost their ever-lovin mind. I don't get what folks think was bad. The Spoonful was really spot on. Cassidy also was great.
- (07/15/2019)

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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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