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Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavillion - Phoenix, AZ

Set 1:
Help On The Way
Franklin's Tower
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Brown-Eyed Women
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Easy Answers
Lazy River Road
Playin' In The Band
Eyes Of The World
The Wheel
The Last Time
Attics Of My Life
Good Lovin'


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My first dead show, what can I say. Not knowing what to expect, I now know that it changed me forever. Had a great campground, nice people, and THE SHOW! I had a great spot on the lawn and just partied my ass off. At the time I was unfamiliar with most of the songs so different thing stand out in my mind, mainly dancing and groovin, shakin my bones. Meeting young and old and feeling right at home. I Remeber "Playin in the Band" and drums and space. Set one had a perfect sunset and saw some shooting stars during space (Really!). I wish I could go back and do it again.

My first help>slip>frank in the reserves section somehow..ground was shaking during Franklins...
- (04/04/2008)

These 3 shows were pretty lackluster, I hate to say. There are some gems, Stella is nice on the 2nd night, Iko from the first, The China Rider is pretty good, but the Playin through Good Lovin on this night is solid for 94! Always nice to Hear Help Slip Franks opener too!!
- (06/09/2008)

Grateful Dan, Where you even at these shows or are you just posting to irritate anyone who actually liked it and had a good time?
- (07/23/2011)

Why did the dead let there long time soundman Dan Healy go after this show? He was with the band since 66. It doesn't make much sense. Anyone care to shed some light?
-Anonymous (08/17/2012)

healy had been jacking weirs vocal mix and adding effects to them that the band couldnt hear in their monitors (bobby chipmunk). bobby had been complaining about this to jerry and phil for years apparently (according to BlairJ) but they didnt ever act on it until in 93 he only gave sting half power on the PA which bent sting and was a major embarrassment for the boys. after that they investigated bobs complaints and in typical GD fashion took a while to get around to separating

- (12/18/2012)

"and in typical GD fashion took a while to get around to separating" - So true

And I always thought that those vocal effects weren't bob's idea. They just end up sounding out of place. First few times were trippy, but after that, i can understand how Bob might have been irritated with healy.
-Murphy (10/29/2014)

Healy was trading sbds to European cd makers for heroine that was what got him fired
-Jeff (03/05/2017)

Interesting Tuning between "Jack-a-Roe" and "Masterpiece". Welnick fiddles around with Vince Guaraldi's "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" from Peanuts soundtrack. Or is it Hornsby?
- (03/11/2021)

Dan Healy's last show. Mix was awful on 3/4/94 & first set 3/5/94. Barely audible from the front of the lawn area. Also unwanted effects (Bobby chipmunk vocals)had been going on for some time. I'm guessing these reasons got him fired, but who knows?
- (03/21/2022)

Jerry's guitar work on Franklin's Tower is pretty amazing. Really lays it down at the end. Second set would've been perfect if they would've swapped out Easy Answers & Lazy River Road with a nice Scarlet> Fire.

I missed Healy's mixes after these shows, Cutler never got the sound quite right IMO.

I remember watching Jerry at this run, it was the first time that he looked really, really old to me. No longer grey hair, but stark white. He looked thinner too.
-Anonymous (12/15/2022)

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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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