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Los Angeles Sports Arena - Los Angeles, CA

Set 1:
Hell In A Bucket
Cold Rain And Snow
New Minglewood Blues
So Many Roads
Childhood's End
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Eyes Of The World
Samba In The Rain
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Good Lovin'

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

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The whole show, except the encore, features Branford Marsalis on saxophones.

estimated is fucking sick!!

I'm sorry, Jason, but you're wrong. I saw quite a few Dead shows between 1980 and this last one, and I had never witness a more brilliant piece of musicmaking than the segue out of Estimated Prophet and into He's Gone. I could not have imagined the Dead getting any better. If anyone has a copy of this show, please email me and let me know because I would love to have it to listen to again! My last show. But we will always have the music.

Erm...Tom, I think what Jason is saying that he liked the Estimated/


2nd time I saw branford with the dead. MSG was ten times better, sound was off or something. Maybe just a bad place for the dead.
I expected better with branford. where's the dark star? come on it's branford. where's the dark star?!

And the first Brandford show at Nassau was ten times better than MSG.

Estimated>He's Gone-Last time this combo played out of 60+

Absolutely CRIMINAL that there's no SBD of this show in circulation. CRIMINAL. The Aud's not bad... but come on.
-Zooomabooma (11/03/2007)

What better way to say goodbye to my mother who died that night. The He's Gone was awesome. Also loved Vince's Samba in the Rain.
- (06/01/2011)

And the night after Branford at Nassau was better. Maybe not 10 times though
-Anonymous (11/04/2015)

This is a nice show. I havent listened to all of it. But, I did listen to the above mentioned transition from Estimated into Hes Gone...truly beautiful!

A nice mix of old, new, and middle aged songs (example: TOO, So Many Roads, Estimated Prophet respectively).

Short, but compact setlists in what I call "traditional" form: meaning, 7 or 8 song first set, 4 or 5 songs pre space, 3 songs post space, I encore

in this case:


It has a certain sort of symmetry and structure to it that I like. I am a nerd with this stuff!

-Vick Halztbrunner (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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