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Los Angeles Sports Arena - Los Angeles, CA

Set 1:
Let The Good Times Roll
King Bee
Stagger Lee
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
Lazy River Road
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Row Jimmy
Picasso Moon

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Long Way To Go Home
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
The Last Time
Morning Dew
Sugar Magnolia

I Fought The Law

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one of my favorite shows ever. a wonderful "rain" in memory of john lennon and a truly great 10 song first set, a GORGEOUS "uncle johns band", and an INCREDIBLE "dew">"mag". the "law" encore just topped it off. only time i ever got my wife to a show. she didnt realize the treat she received!! another one that i'd do just about anything to get a copy of it. anyone in need of some karma? email me!! you have no idea how much it would mean to me to get some of these shows im missing!! thanks, jake
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found the show. listening to it now. what a night. forgot to post also that this show marked the 1st "king bee" since 1971!!!
- (03/27/2007)

Up and down show. many folks state that the band does a St Stephen tease which ends up turning into an extended Last Time jam. I don't hear it but do love the 15 minute last time though
-dave H (05/18/2008)

I distinctly hear the St Stephen though I understand the argument against it. One of my tour brothers is convinced it's just a Last Time jam that's modulated to sound similar to Stephen. I'd buy that except for two things.

One is that Bob and Jerry do NOT seem to be on the same page. Bob (along with Phil and the Devils) seems to be trying to start Last Time but Jerry is clearly playing a different riff than normal.
Second is that at one point (granted it's very brief) Jerry CLEARLY plays the first 9 or 10 notes of Stephen.
And finally the biggest reason to think Jerry WAS in fact trying to breakout St. Stephen is the fact that the jam DID go on for so long.

IMHO Jerry wanted to break it out (remember Bob had already broke out King Bee for the 1st time in 22 years earlier that night) but Bobby wasn't feeling it and eventually Jerry gave in and they played a nice Last Time.
We'll probably never know the truth (would love to ask Bob about it and see if he remembers) but I can promise you that for those of us in attendance there was definitely a large amount of anticipation in the air. Long strange trip indeed.
-gdjake (11/08/2010)

Just listened to an audience recoding of this show on and it is clear to me that Jerry plays St. Stephen before last time! Awesome stuff.
-gdfan (02/11/2020)

To me, a rather unheralded show. Nice first set with a super cool King Bee, and a really excellent Playin>UJB.

The rest of this december run is thoroughly mediocre, but this is a nice show.
-Sylvan (11/04/2020)

Had front row Jerry side for this one. Excellent show. Danced my a$$ off!

- (03/20/2022)

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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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