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Riverport Amphitheatre - Maryland Heights, MO

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Friend Of The Devil
Little Red Rooster
Lazy River Road
Queen Jane Approximately
Tennessee Jed
Childhood's End
Easy Answers

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Victim Or The Crime
Samba In The Rain
Ship Of Fools
Estimated Prophet
The Wheel
Attics Of My Life
Sugar Magnolia

I Fought The Law

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One of the WORST shows I've ever had the displeasure of seeing. Absolutely terrible...

HAHAHHA! How can a dead show ever be bad, man?

It can be bad when:

a) the venue is awful
b) Jerry is heard to play a total of 3 notes during the whole show, whilst standing motionless on stage and nodding out
c) the band sounds like they'd rather not be touring at all

Jerry. Jerry. Jerry. What the fuck was up with this show.Jerry played Frd. of the Devil like old people fuck. Slow and motionless.

I liked this show, I was struggling to put up with some woman's crap I asked to go with me, but despite her negativity I enjoyed the show. It was the last time I ever saw her and the last time I ever saw the Dead.

I wish you hadn't lived the drug life JerryG!

My only Dead show ever. I know I missed all the good ones but I'm still glad I went. I thought Bob was very good was the energy that night.

to jerry doesnt run around like an 80s rock star in spandex; and two, the drugs were part of what made the music sound the way it did. i was 14th row and i beg to differ on your or any review that was negative.. as i listen to the show now, it doesnt really sound like jerry "nodded" out at all!!! think about what you say please!!!

Anonymous, Jerry nodded off many times. He nearly fell over and collapsed going into Stella Worcester '83.... Heroin made Jerry very unhealthly. 94 was a bad year kid and 95 was worse. JGB 93 is the last real gasp...Check out early 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, 77, 80... blah blah blah on and on and compare it this show. These guys have a point.
-Bossgobbler (12/23/2009)

My only show ever. I was just starting to get into the Dead and was expecting to hear a rundown of Skeletons/In the Dark. Wrong...

Jerry almost did fall over. He never moved. Show did have some nice moments. China/Rider, Jack Straw, Sugar Magnolia were decent. Lazy River Road and Queen Jane weren't bad. Not that I knew any better at the time, but the Attics, The Wheel, and I fought the law were awful.

The vibe was decent at the show, though, because they hadn't played St. Louis in over a decade. The crowd was pretty into it.

I got the show off archive recently just to say I had it. It's nice background music, but not one of the shows I will rock out to.

-anonymous (07/20/2011)

this was also the 4th anniversary of brents Death
-John (06/30/2013)

Just listened to this show the other night, first time I heard it since I was there. I was lucky enough to be in attendance, but the show was the third in a series of seven straight on that tour. Didn't really stick out at the time. After hearing it again, I love, love love the performance.
-Anonymous (12/04/2014)

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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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