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Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Coliseum - Birmingham, AL

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble On Rose
Black Throated Wind
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
Victim Or The Crime
Iko Iko
Terrapin Station
Easy Answers
Stella Blue
Around And Around

The Mighty Quinn

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being a big Bob fan, this show was a real treat. Opening the first set with feel like a stranger and the second with victim or the crime(my favorite Bob song)! That was just the beginning. This show rocked all around.

Great show!!! I had floor seats this night. Danced so hard I was hurtin still the next night.

Gotta say the "stella" was great. Jerry was a bit more in the Bham shows than he was at the ATL shows right before.

I thought this show sucked night was much better ....and one the better ones of 1995 probably....I wouldn't know reallt since these were the only 95 shows I saw.....but saw plenty b/t 1985 and 1992.....really did feel like the end or something.....
-Anonymous (01/29/2008)

This was an awesome show!! And one of my favorites being my first and only birthday show. The Stella blue was so good! Jerry had a lot of soul in it that night!
- (07/09/2013)

I remember thinking the terrapin station sounded like a broken clock. Had 4th row the next night for mornin dew which was the pinnacle of my grateful dead experience

- (01/20/2015)

"Low Energy" would be how I'd describe this concert, "Terrapin Station" barely seemed to have enough power to start up...Vince is playing pretty lifelessly here (Brent's energy is desperately needed). When Jerry says "Let my inspiration flow", I don't think the audience feels it flowing, sadly :(
-Chris (02/19/2016)

And to think that exactly one year later, Bob Weir would be wading in the river bank of the mighty Ganges, reading a Hunter poem for Jerry, and pouring his ashes into the water. So sad, so poignant, and so beautiful...

-Dr. Skipper (09/01/2022)

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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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