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The Omni - Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Touch Of Grey
Good Morning Little School Girl
Friend Of The Devil
Queen Jane Approximately
Loose Lucy
Broken Arrow
Easy Answers
Alabama Getaway

Set 2:
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Looks Like Rain
Samba In The Rain
He's Gone
That Would Be Something
Visions Of Johanna
Throwin' Stones
Turn On Your Love Light

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

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Truly inspirational second set; smooth & clean

a very sweet show indeed, but you could tell that jerry was not all there. He came alive during LSD, my last show. VERY SAD. But great because it was a great set list. If any body would like to trade this i would love to have a copy.

Jerry played maybe 4 notes on Lovelight.

this was my first and only show i got to attend. didn't know all the songs but i had a grateful time.since then i havent stopped listening to the music and now i wish i could have seen more. great 2nd set but the end would soon be here.i would love to have a copy if anybody can help me out. i have 7 shows to trade but i guess you have to start somewhere..:)

I found it..
-Jonathan Speed

My last show, and while Jerry wasn't looking so good, 'Visions' was my personal highlight. Thanks Jerry.

My last show. An incredible experience inside the trusty ol' OMNI! Crowd erupted for phil on broken arrow, and lucy in the sky was a special final treat! Only wish I could say the same for the atmosphere outside the show. Atlanta PD had 2 stretched buses parked directly in front of the venue filled with heads. Many a head was seen the next show in birmingham wearing shirts that simply stated..."FUCK ATLANTA!" Police aside, I will always have fond memories of the spring run!

One of the best China Cat>Riders ever. Especially the transition between the two. The Rider is soo fast. I love it. I remember when I heard this tape right after the tour I warped my first copy. I now have a crispy board copy of it on CD. Love the whole show. This along with 3/23, 6/30 and 2/21 are the best of 95 in my opinion.
-Anonymous (06/15/2009)

I forgot to mention that the LL Rain is gorgeous. My all time favorite version, far and away.
-Anonymous (06/15/2009)

My first and only Dead show. One of the most impressionable and memorable experiences of my life.
I wanted to see Jerry and the boys before Jerry moved on to a better place - I was just in time. I am so thankful for having been able to see them, in the OMNI, and what a time/show it was!

-Justin (07/30/2009)


I agree with your '95 selections, though you're REALLY missing out if you don't include 5/21 in that list. Check it out. You won't be disappointed. The bus came to a halt for me there in Vegas, and in hindsight I'm glad it did. A great weekend, a fantastic final show, a good scene (rare in '95), and a place where alot of the better '90's shows took place. Anyway, check it out. Nice SBD on archive or I have a stellar AUD if you prefer. Jake
- (01/28/2010)

I was very lucky I was able to see 2 of the shows in Atlanta :) I wish I was able to see more! It was such a great experience!
- (08/28/2015)

Attended. GD last show at The Omni was very good & approached measures of excellence -> fine openers with introduction of revamped Schoolgirl! FOTD is splendid. Easy Answers & Alabama close out Set I in interesting fashion. Alabama is slower paced compared to 80s versions, but more jam out (7 min +).

Set II is mighty fine. Another of their illustrious China > Riders. LLR & Hes Gone are splendid. Some nice ensemble playing after these. I liked Visions of Johanna out of space & then Throwing Stones. Really good performances. Lovelight is alright, but not one of my favorites. LSD encore is not very smooth.

My last GD show; the entire experience, as for many others, was and is deeply profound. Thank you Atlanta & GD for a final FUN run.
-Mortified Morty (09/07/2018)

For me personally I find it almost unbelievable how many people seem to state as fact that a show was good or not as if that was a fact instead of an opinion. Things never change as people still complain even now in 2022. I say if you can't appreciate it for what it is then save your money and don't go. Somebody that appreciates it more would love to be there instead of you. I went to over 100 shows between 77 and 95 and never saw a bad show
- (11/30/2022)

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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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