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Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Set 1:
Hell In A Bucket
Wang Dang Doodle
The Music Never Stopped
Easy Answers
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Long Way To Go Home
Crazy Fingers
Estimated Prophet
The Other One
Stella Blue
One More Saturday Night

Box Of Rain

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I was at this show...yes, this was the first Easy Answers...and it was very un-special.

I was there as well, wetter than anything with excellent floor seats (Bobby side). OK show, nothing special. Bad Box of Rain.......

I just got a copy of this show from a girl I date. When I heard it, I knew I had been at that show. I hitchhiked all the way to NJ from the Mountain View!!

my 54th show. cheezy answers. come on! starting to not like set lists by this point. what a way to ruin music never stopped

why everyone is so hard on "easy answers" and "corrina" ill never know. the latter is a nice uptempo dance tune (that ratdog is playing well to this day), and the former does kinda lull at times, but has a nice beat to it and allows for a bit of 1st set jamming. mid-tempo song that wont make or BREAK a setlist. come on people. what gives?
-gdjake (08/25/2007)

I always appreciated the way the Dead would strive to try new things--including the Music>Easy Answers>Music sandwich...Gans played this on his show...
-MUNSTER (06/06/2008)

once again, as this show is currently streaming on, i LOVE this first version of E. Answers...
-munster (10/12/2009)

Easy Answers ranks up there with Corrina and Picasso Moon. Not songs i would want to hear at a GD show. esp. in the middle of a set closing the music never stopped.!

- (04/08/2013)

People's opinions of tunes written after the album Shakedown Street are pathetic. I understand and fully acknowledge that everyone is entitled to hold an opinion about everything they see and do, but when your opinions' soul purpose is to shit on someone elses' art, then it begins to sound intentionally condescending and almost critic like.

I honestly love their 90's writting ventures. especially Liberty and Lazy River Road. Corrina is just a fun dance tune like gdjake said. And for the first performance of a tune, that's pretty ballsy to try and sandwich it in a Music Never Stopped. almost as Ballsy as the Cassidy -> UJB -> Cassidy from Shoreline. Things like that are what make their early years so raw - they didn't care if it sounded like shit, they just wanted to try it. if it worked, HOORAY!... if not, then oh well, moving on. that's why these guys will forever be known as some of the most talented musicians to ever walk the earth. And shenanigans to anyone who trys to prove otherwise.
-Murphy (10/08/2014)

I'm listening to this on GDRadio right now 2/21/15 6:50 AM. I was off the boat by this time as I wasn't much of Vince fan and I was on probation so I had to keep my negative influences to a minimum.

I like Jerry's guitar work around this era, even if it is less precise and softer than in the past. The newer songs aren't great by any means, but I'm everyone still enjoyed the ride.
-Dave Fadoul (02/21/2015)

That morning bowl really got me. Meant to say "I'm SURE everyone still enjoyed the ride"
-Dave Fadoul (02/21/2015)

They should offer an edit feature, just sayin'...
-Dave (02/21/2015)

This is a sincere open letter apologizing to whoever I threw up on that night. I was in bad shape. I remember Hell in a Bucket & Sugaree, then Giants Stadium flipped over like a pancake and that was the end of the night for me.
-JerseyGuy (04/25/2017)

I met Bobby that night.
- (01/16/2018)

Has Dark Star Orch ever cover Easy Answers,,,if not WWWHHYY (a nod to Nancy Kerriton)
- (01/29/2018)

... thank you Sirius for playing 6/5/1993 East Rutherford NJ for us today on the noon show ...

IKO IKO on & on .......
- (10/09/2020)

I'm also not a fan of the Vince years. I caught 7 or 8 of my 80 something shows. The 2nd set is actually good... at least up to drums... wouldn't call it the best ever... but this show wouldn't piss me off as much as some of the other 90s shows I saw
- (10/18/2022)

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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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