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Autzen Stadium (University Of Oregon) - Eugene, OR

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Little Red Rooster
Broken Arrow
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Tennessee Jed
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Help On The Way
Franklin's Tower
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
The Wheel
I Need A Miracle
The Days Between
Not Fade Away


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One of the best shows of the 90's! Certainly the best Welnick without Hornsby anyhow..

the "days between" is haunting...jerry's singing is will have it going thru your head long after you have stopped listening to this show...

I was there and I dont know if it was one of the best of the 90's but it was a strong show.

My last show. I sure miss Jerry. The Other Ones, Ratdog, The Dead......something is missing. It was a good 14 year run and I got to see some great shows....especially in the early 80's. But for the 90's this one was pretty special.

Weir's guitar malfunctioned in the opening Jack Straw.

He could be seen, barely, but clearly, swinging that guitar over his head and beating on an amp with it, as a tech patiently waited with a replacement.

The rest of the band just played an extended break in the middle of this song while this was all happening.

It was quite surreal.

One of my favorite Help>Slipknot

Not a huge fan of Welnick's sound, but it's not overpowering in this show.

They always brought the heat in Oregon. :D
- (03/02/2009)

Long Jerry solo at beginning of Jack Straw is because Bobby was having problems with his white Modulus...from my view you could see him leave the stage, go backstage (from there I heard he "windmilled it."........ Comes back out with the pink one.
- (01/13/2012)

This was definitely one of the best shows of the 90's. Jerry had a great sound on his guitar during this period. Bobby did indeed "windmill" his guitar during Jack Straw, it was pretty funny. The Help>Slipknot>Franklins was one of the best I ever heard, with a great building tension and release. Jerry on Days Between didn't leave a dry eye in the house, or the band...all in all, a great weekend. The mayor let everyone camp at the show, and the Pranksters were there - Babbs in a rabbit suit driving round in a golf cart. A great two night run and this show was awesome.
- (11/08/2016)

not a fan of Rooster or Broken Arrow...or Althea, or Masterpiece. good guitar on Rooster, though. too bluesy for me however.
-jim (05/21/2018)

lead up to the wheel, and the wheel, were great. long build up, I did not look at the set list prior so it was a surprise. gooddddddddd stuff
-jim (05/21/2018)

... loving the jamming "Bertha"...
all the Eugene shows (18 of 21) are always smoking in the August heat ...

IKO IKO on & on
-Anonymous (09/14/2020)

The last Hunter/Garcia masterpiece collaboration. Appropriate.


There were days
There were days
And there were days between

Summer flies and August dies
And the world grows dark and mean
Comes the shimmer of the moon
On black infested trees
The singing man is at his song
The holy on their knees
The reckless are out wrecking
The timid plead their pleas
And no one knows much more of this
Than anyone can see, one can see

There were days
There were days
And there were days besides

When phantom ships with phantom sails
Set to sea on phantom tides
Comes the lightning of the sun
On bright unfocused eyes
The blue of yet another day
A springtime wet with sighs
A hopeful candle lingers
In the land of lullabies
Where headless horsemen vanish
With wild and lonely cries, lonely cries

There were days
There were days
And there were days I know

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, never know

There were days
There were days
And there were days between

Polished like a golden bowl
The finest ever seen
Hearts of summer held in trust
Still tender young and green
Left on shelves collecting dust
Not knowing what they mean
Valentines of flesh and blood
As soft as velveteen
Hoping love would not forsake
The days that lie between, lie between

-August West (05/05/2022)

Back when life was fun. Does anybody remember fun? My first show and was impressed. Def should have brought sunglasses and a brim cuz it was sunny and hot. Quality throughout both sets. Could see this show making the Daveís Pick cut some day. The Dave Healy DATs where highly sought after. Matrix with a HQ audience, this would make and incredible time capsule official release. Early 90ís shows finally getting the respect they deserve.
- (10/18/2022)

Dan Healy, that is. Pretty sure this is before he got fired.
- (10/19/2022)

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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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