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Rosemont Horizon - Rosemont, IL

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Franklin's Tower
Little Red Rooster
When I Paint My Masterpiece
So Many Roads
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Wave To The Wind
He's Gone
The Other One
The Days Between
Around And Around


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The Days Between ...uggghhh.....this sounds like something Spinal Tap would sing
-Anonymous (09/19/2008)

The Days Between ...uggghhh.....this sounds like something Spinal Tap would sing
-Anonymous (09/19/2008)
Shows how little you actually know!
Keep your meaningless comments to yourself, "The Days Between" is actually an awesome song!
-gratefuldan (03/10/2009)

I think this is one of the best sounding shows I've heard in a while. I found the Dead in the early nineties and the later shows always have a place high on my list. Age of discovery and all. I especially dig the Kesey rap in the middle of space. Cool show.
- (04/17/2009)

thats not Kesey, its Ken Nordine doing his word jazz, Flibberty Jib & The Island
-Anonymous (06/27/2011)

To each his (or her) own but Days Between is one of, if not the most beautiful songs ever written from a lyrical standpoint (a mature Hunter at his best) and incredibly unique as it has no chorus but rather all verses that increase in intensity as they go on. To say it "sounds like something Spinal Tap would sing" is a PATENTLY ludicrous comment and I try not to judge. That said you're the first person I've EVER seen degrade the song like that. You may not like it but if you're actually a fan of the Grateful Dead then you should at least respect it. Just ask Hunter, Garcia, Weir, or anyone else in the GDF how they feel about that tune. 'Nuff said.
-gdjake (09/18/2012)

Damn, can't argue with that. I never noticed that the song has no chorus. Always get lost in it.
-Murphy (09/24/2014)

Note to self: Use this version to score Wave To The Wind
-Murphy (09/26/2014)

Donna is a horrible witch and she sings like a banshee being butchered.

I know she isn't part of this show's line-up, but I figured I'd mention that anyway.

Squalling little piece of shit.

Fuck off.
-reeferman (04/18/2015)

Only the 2nd performance of Days Between...I applaud that they worked out their material on stage, feeling safe to do so in front of a mostly accepting audience...Other One and Round n Round frighteningly good here!!
- (07/09/2015)

second Liberty in a 3-run show....we could have used something different
-Anonymous (03/10/2016)

C min y'all besides maybe llr smr all the 90s songs crap . Honestly can't believe corrina wave to wind Picasso moon played publicly its bigger than a drive in movie ooo wee shake it up shake it up
-Jeff (03/09/2017)

Wow.... some of these are the worst comments I have ever read on this site.
-Aaron (03/12/2019)

... Look at my king all dressed in red I-ko, I-ko, un-day...
See that guy all dressed in green I-ko, I-ko, un-day....
He's not a man, he's a lov-in' ma-chine jock-a mo fee na-né.. U KNOW IT!!!

IKO IKO on & on ....
- (09/03/2020)

** thanks to Sirius for playing the show today!

IKO IKO on & on 4ever..
- (09/03/2020)

reeferman, come at me you little shit. fuck you.
-Donna Jean (09/14/2020)

Days Between is fucking great. It's the last Garcia-Hunter collaboration which feels incredibly appropriate. Not only is it four verses, no chorus, but each verse is a season (out of order), but more like four seasons of a life. I mean...

Stood upon a mountain top
Walked barefoot through the snow
Gave the best we had to give
How much we'll never know

Come on... that's gorgeous and pretty much sums the whole g damn thing up.
-Anonymous (09/29/2021)

Damn. After listening to this show on Sirius today, I undersold how incrediblethe Days Between lyrics are. Here's that whole third verse that is just perfection.

When all we ever wanted
Was to learn and love and grow
Once we grew into our shoes
We told them where to go
Walked halfway 'round the world
On promise of the glow
Stood upon a mountain top
Walked barefoot through the snow
Gave the best we had to give
How much we'll never know

-Anonymous (09/29/2021)

valentines of flesh and blood
as soft as velveteen
hoping love would not forsake
the days that lie between

Sounds so eerie and beautiful. Like a Poe Poem almost...Bobby brings this late era Jerry G ballad to life these days...does a great justice.
-Anonymous (01/03/2023)

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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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