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08/01/94
The Palace - Auburn Hills, MI

Set 1:
Picasso Moon
Peggy-O
The Same Thing
Stagger Lee
Childhood's End
The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
Victim Or The Crime
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Samba In The Rain
Estimated Prophet
Drums
Space
All Along The Watchtower
Stella Blue
Satisfaction

Encore:
Liberty

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Comments:

Only victim or the crime ever.
I was @ the '95 show @ the palace.
Listen to it @ etree.org

-Anonymous


Sorry,,I beg to differ
-Anonymous


Only victim or the crime ever? Then I really must have been stoned the two times I heard them play it.
-Anonymous


According to the information I have just found, Victim or the Crime was played 96 times by the Dead.
-I heard it more than once also


My first show since grand rapids 1980,I never missed another michigan show.Thanks, guys,I missed a lot of years but it was good to be back home again.
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Never missed another Michigan show? You mean both of them? It was a nice night though. Jerry really stretched out his solos and enjoyed his birthday
-Steve


HAHAHA, funny arguin', guys. The setlist looked killer. Satisfaction is a great tune covered by the dead and their watchtower was unforgettable. Peace.
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Just listen to the stella blue,UNBELIEVABLE.
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jerrys b-day show stella blue sucked sounded like jerry was dying and he was because a year laterr
-b-boy


jerry 52nd b day.
fun show. first time to michigan. satisfaction last time played was in 92.

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Once would have been enough

-Anonymous (07/26/2007)


The Stella Blue still gives me goose bumps and tears in my eye's.One of my favorite versions..

- (12/21/2007)


My all time favorite Stagger Lee. Jerry tears into it for the last break. And then he does some strumming chords as he is winding it down. Listen to it, its so pretty. I think Jerry was best with these kind of songs the last few years. Peggy O is so sweet too. Jerry was at home with the fok songs, such an interpreter.
-Anonymous (06/04/2009)


Yea, too bad they didn't only play it once...in Detroit
-Anonymous (12/23/2009)


b-boy: "jerrys b-day show stella blue sucked ..."

Words fail me. That Stella Blue was one of the most clear expressions of emotion through music to which I have ever been witness. It was completely magical. I don't know what kind of bad juju you brought to that experience, but you are the first person I have heard who not only had anything negative to say about that - but was not wholly sold on it being one of the finest moments they had witnessed. It's like meeting someone who was at the 3/24/90 Albany show who thought the Loser was bad.

And yes, the Stagger Lee was great.

Victim or the Crime was especially bad this night, because it seemed like the whole building knew they were going to play Scarlet>Fire, and Bobby just wanted to step in to be a dick about it. But the Scarlet>Fire was monumentally fun.
- (06/12/2012)


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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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