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Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA

Set 1:
Alabama Getaway
Greatest Story Ever Told
Good Morning Little School Girl
Ramble On Rose
El Paso
Bird Song
Promised Land

Set 2:
New Speedway Boogie
That Would Be Something
Long Way To Go Home
Saint Of Circumstance
He's Gone
Chanting by The Gyoto Monks
Easy Answers
Standing On The Moon
Around And Around

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

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My last show...Highlights were an excellent Standing on the Moon - and LSD starting just as the clouds cleared from overhead-

entered a new realm when the monks started....always loved this venue and these were great times and shows....standing on the moon!! the big screens showed jerry in his best on stage!

Heard this show on XM last Friday night. WOW! 95 has some real hidden gems. 2/21, the Philly show, 3/23, 3/30, 5/21, 6/2, 6/30...
-Anonymous (11/09/2009)

Well said anon. I've been trying to tell people this for years.
Obviously your opinion is one I can value being that 2/21 and 5/21 are the two '95 shows I point people to first.
6/30 is solid as well though not quite to the level of those other two.
I'll have to go back and check out the March shows but most of Spring was solid so I'm sure you're right. Will go specifically to the 23rd and 30th first. Thanks for the tip AND the insight. Thanks for not being so closed minded. Thanks for giving the music a chance and therefore keeping the vibe alive.
- (06/04/2010)

This was my last run of shows and this was an absolutely great show and still is. One of the best from the last few years and a must have. Grab the Charlie Miller soundboard source.
- (11/20/2011)

@gdjake I couldn't agree more. My first foray into the Dead's '95 shows left me seriously disappointed, but I didn't know what shows to look for. The above shows mentioned are all good starting points, especially 5/21 and 6/02, but don't forget 5/26, aka "The Best of the Last." Jerry was really playing with purpose and skill during these shows, and while he might not have been in top shape, he still could deliver a good show. I could listen to that man play guitar even on his worst days.
-Andrew (08/31/2012)

This was my last run of shows. This particular one has always stuck with me for a couple of reasons. Getting a Good Morning Little School Girl in '95? It made me think there might have been some more magic left in the boys after a few disappointing shows before this. The Gyoto monks were awesome. But the one thing I remember most was Bill Walton's tall ass dancing in front of me completely blocking the view of the stage for a few songs. It was okay, though. I mean, we all gotta dance sometime, right?
- (03/25/2013)

A very respectable Birdsong...lots of exploration.
- (06/02/2016)

This is the show where Alabama finally got away...
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (11/07/2018)

That was pretty funny J.E.P.B! I’d say it was quite a rocking show considering big Jerry’s fragile state of health. He would be gone from us in just 9 short weeks, RIP big Daddio!! Feel the emotional energy from SOTM. Always a bonus to get a Beatles cover, that would be something! (It always is LOL) Great job Vince and rest of the band with Long Way To Go Home, Peace.
- (05/09/2021)

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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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