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Deer Creek Amphitheater - Noblesville, IN

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
Little Red Rooster
So Many Roads
Desolation Row

Set 2:
Box Of Rain
Victim Or The Crime
Ship Of Fools
The Other One
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

Brokedown Palace

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Very weak show. First set clocked in at under 45 minutes. The second set was their typical 90's lineup. The only highlight was sugar magnolia and brokendown palace, always played so beautifully.

I just got 3-28-90. That is one of the few 90's show I can dig as much as any other. This one, however, lacks that ability.

i would imagine that this show was weak primarily due to Jerry being in bad shape once again!

i am not a very big fan of much of '92 since Jerry let his demons get ahold of him again. sloppy playing lacking energy as his old heart was just about to give out.

after his '92 collapse he regained some of his health which resulted in some pretty decent playing in '93.

by '94 he was on the downward spiral which led down, down, down to 8/9/95...lights out!

I agree Jim, '92' was not a stellar year. However, one of the better run of shows was Las Vegas at the end of May. Check out 5-31-92 'Space' - it's got slot machine sounds, horns, all sorts of crazy shit. Pretty cool. These three shows were maybe the best of 92.

Fuck y'all, I had a great time! Seriously, it was kinda weak, but on as much acid as I took that night, it was a miracle just to hold on. I kinda liked the vocals on "Ship of Fools"
- (07/27/2008)

This show, the playing, the song selection, made me say to myself "that's it, I'm done". I regret it now, but at the time, post-Brent, I just couldn't pretend it was just seemed so lackluster.
-Mark (12/21/2010)

Dosey, clean up your language.
-Shut Up, Barry (09/14/2020)

I think that there are some gems from 92 (See 12/16/92) but overall this vintage of the Grateful Dead has never hit my ear right. I don't know why, but I favor '93 and '94 over '92. Of course '91 and '90 are the better years for 90's Dead.

This show lacks a punch. First set has good tunes but is very brief. Desolation Row likely the longest song of the night simply because it is 9,000 some odd verses. The second set doesnt provide much relief other than the Box opener and the post space section. Just not one of their best. I'm sure there were beautiful moments here for those who attended, however.
-Joon Loon Van Dander Klerk (06/29/2023)

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Band Configuration
(05/19/92 - 07/09/95)

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

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