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The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Row Jimmy
Walkin' Blues
Mama Tried
Mexicali Blues
Man Smart-Woman Smarter

Set 2:
Unbroken Chain
Help On The Way
Franklin's Tower
Matilda Matilda
I Need A Miracle
Standing On The Moon
Not Fade Away

U.S. Blues

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if anyone has a tape of this show please let me know. i would love to have a copy and i have lots to trade.

Probably one of the worst performances ever delivered. Jerry was off and Bob was working his ass off to cover. The only time a show did not deliver.

Billy is out of his mind.

Unbroken into Help/Slip/Frank...Whew....

What we need is a good SBD of this show...

SBDeeeeee....Where are you?!?!?!?


Jerry was all tweaked out. He probably shot up about a pound of heroin before the show cause his voice was shot. Not to mention his guitar play was meandering and uninspired.

The "only" time a show didn't deliver? I saw plenty of crap shows in my 8 years.

to say this show is "uninspired" is too nice! jerry could hardly even play for this a long time deadhead to listen to these "end game" shows from 1995 is just too painful so i generally avoid them...i saw these guys back in the 70's and early 80's folks and all i can say is that the Grateful Dead in 1995 was but a shell of it's former self and that, of course, was due to the fact that Jerry was sliding down the slippery slope to his grave...this show is an example of him picking up speed on that suggestion...listen to something from say 1972 or 1977 instead!

i was at this show and jerry was not into it and very strung out.thousand shows better than this trainwreck.
-Anonymous (09/29/2008)

Lou Dog:You are an IDIOT!
All of you that make derogatory comments such as this, or you knew he was gonna die, are all morons, and I pity you!
-gratefuldan (01/26/2009)

Lou Dogg, are you partially stupid, or just completely stupid? Jerry was kind of dying from his drug abuse by this point so why the hell would be doing more.
- (10/22/2009)

be women before cassidy
-Anonymous (10/07/2010)

You guys suck. Many good parts of this show and this 4 night run which was my last. My first show was June '74 and I never saw a "bad" one. Some were better than others but you people sound like a bunch of wife beaters. You say you love the bitch but you beat her unmercifully. The FRANKLIN'S TOWER here is great as is MATHILDA. UNBROKEN CHAIN is rusty but heartfelt. CORRINA has some really sweet drumming. Go watch a Journey concert or something if all your gonna do is rag.
-oydave (11/14/2011)

I really thought this whole run was good. People love to diss 94 and 95 but I saw some great shows during this time and my 1st was in 85. Yes Jerry was way off for a minute during slipknot,after he remebered the key they were in he's on fire the rest of the show. AND Unbroken Chain!! Ok it was rough but they Fn played it.The drums/space sections had become epic as were the Jerry ballads that follow. Sure,if I'm listening to tapes I'm more likley to listen to 72-77 but being at this show was great.

-A K (03/28/2012)

Don't let people who don't know what they're saying getyou all fumed. They're idiots who want attention and their farce generalizations are just tools of making you talk about them. This show was great. If they think that having a hiccup here and there makes it not worth the journey, then maybe they should just chill on Journey or ABBA. They won't dissapoint your precious expectations.
-Anonymous (12/17/2014)

My right knee is so very sore. Could that possibly mean that we're expecting rain? I wish I lived closer to Tulsa. I've recently discovered arugula. There's a town called Dublin in Georgia, too. I recently purchased an oscillating fan online. I always prefer spring water over purified water. Macadam roads have better gripping quality than asphalt. I had 3 deer in my back yard last nite, but a few moments later, they had vanished. We saw a Native American crying by the roadside last week, and the bloke I was riding with told me that he was tempted to roll down the window and say, "Hey, smoke a peace pipe, chief", but I quietly advised him against it. I have not picked up a Frisbee in years. My allergies prevent me from buying a puppy. Don't ever use a propane turkey fryer in your garage. Very small rocks don't float in water, but sometimes they will in gravy. No one has ever told me I have junk in the trunk. Perhaps someday. I'm handy with a cordless drill, but just the smaller ones. I've been to the top of the mountain ... almost. Bye for now.
-Hoz (12/18/2014)

To those that would criticize I say you do it. To Jerome Garcia and every member living and dead who were the Grateful Dead I say a heart felt THANK YOU for every moment. I did not waist a single one that you gave me.

- (01/08/2015)

2 things for the record:

1. According to everyone who knew him (Including John Kahn who was jers doping buddy) Jerry never liked shooting up. He liked to smoke it off tin foil.

2. Brent had just died, his health wasn't doing too good (Less then a year and a half away from his 2nd major collapse), his relationship with Manasha was going down the tubes (Because of his habbit), and he couldn't walk outside without being mobbed, so the man had more pain to deal with in one day than any of us (thankfully) will probably have in our whole lives.

So be kind man. Jerbear spent his life entertaining us. Every ounce of his energy went into playing music. The least we can do is cut him some slack and just be grateful for the music he left behind.
-Anonymous (03/29/2018)

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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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