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The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Picasso Moon
It's All Over Now
So Many Roads
Let It Grow

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Long Way To Go Home
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
The Days Between
Sugar Magnolia

Set 3:
I Fought The Law

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This was my first show since summer of 91 and I thought this show far exceeded my expectations. The Sugaree was particualarly exceptional and I think surprised even them. I also saw the next couple of nights in Atlanta and Birmingham and both runs really had their wonderful moments but that Sugaree started it all and let us know were they were at and what they were capable of. I really felt that some parts of 1995 were quite beautiful and would stand well next to material from any era of the Grateful Dead.

Wow, short show. The Dead just were doing the motions by then.

Since when does the time stamp of a show determine wether it's good or not? Listen to it, you might hear something you like.
-Anonymous (12/17/2014)

My last 4 GD shows were Atlanta '95. Going to Atlanta was a great decision. Avoided GD summer '95 and we all know how that turned out. Not the pretty chapter in GD history.

I enjoyed all 4 nights in Atlanta with this second night the most different of them all. 5 song 1st set and 6 song 2nd set and encore: still most of this show just sparkles! Picasso Moon is quite good (regardless of one's opinion of this song). Sugaree is long and excellent; albeit extended possibly due to Jerry lyric lapse, but he does muster his memory and pulls off the last verse.

Rest of the 1st set is strong; listen to the show -> Let It Grow is a monster version of rock prowess.

2nd set starts well with an energy packed Iko, but Way To Go Home has never been my favorite and there is no variability in versions. The "meat" of the 2nd set is Playin' > UJB > jam; good versions of the songs and extensive jamming, but verges at points into noodling. Now I like some noodling, for a short time, but sometimes there is no course change, dynamic change, etc. and this may be occurring here. I will let your ears be your own judge, but one cannot say this sequence is not lengthy.

Rest of the show is good, but I get the sense after listening to this show, the band was catching their breath this show.
- (03/03/2015)

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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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