• Orlando Arena - April 9, 1991

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  • Hell in a Bucket
    Cold Rain and Snow
    Little Red Rooster
    Loose Lucy
    Masterpiece
    It Must Have Been the Roses
    Let It Grow

    China Cat Sunflower
    I Know You Rider
    Saint of Circumstance
    Foolish Heart
    drums
    space
    The Other One
    Wharf Rat
    Throwin' Stones
    Not Fade Away

    Brokedown Palace

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Hell in a Bucket
Cold Rain and Snow
Little Red Rooster
Loose Lucy
Masterpiece
It Must Have Been the Roses
Let It Grow

China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Saint of Circumstance
Foolish Heart
drums
space
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away

Brokedown Palace
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The shows were great and so was the scean.I remeber dancing with Hara Krishnas on the steps of the Orlando Arena. Phil Zone was very hot. Mike A. Rochester, NY
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such a mixed bag at these shows the shows themselves were pretty good but the scene outside was well what can you say not so great I remember a brother drowning in the pond outside I think it was the second night that just kinda well made it hard to have such a great time, it was my brothers first show on the 7th his birthday how does that happen? I don't know I guess there was just so much else going on to really truly rate the shows Peggy-o was great but when wasn't it and the NFA the last night seemed to be just enough of a lift to carry me through to Vegas baby Vegas
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Drove an awful long way to not remember most of this show(maybe I had too much too fast!)(foolish 21 Y.0.)I need a good quality recording of this one.Can anyone hook me up?? Thanks,Guys! SEE YOU IN APRIL!♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪
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just saw ticket prices--wont see you in april
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show added on at last min. best of them all, awesome 2nd set, from begining to end, chinacat, foolish heart, wharf rat, 3 of my favorite JG songs. awesome NFA and a beautiful brokedown. Didn't want to leave, best 3 nites I ever spent in Orlando. Got an awesome t shirt of bears on the beach holding surf boards, says orlando, 7th and 8th only. Have never seen another one like it. I will be at the April greensboro show and will be givin' out free (that's right Virginia, there is an easter bunny) GD downloaded cds, most soundboards, most all shn's. most downloaded from furthurnet back some 8-9 yrs ago. Just cruise the lot, you will see us with a trunk full of cd's. "let there be songs to fill the air"
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thanx meg,frank,slobby,carl,rob,& everyone else for making this an awesome TRIP!!!!!!!!!!!!
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yeah-we were right in front of the arena selling posters on the 2nd night(Had no tix) when they opened the box office and we scored 3rd row center for night #3.......yeeeeee-fuckin-haaaa!!!!!!!
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It was long past over for me by this point. Brent was dead, the shows were spotty, the scene was decaying. A dude drowned right outside the venue. I could not be bothered to even really listen to what they were playing here. It was my final show -- my 26th over a span of 13 years. I'm glad some people got joy out of it. I didn't even listen to the Dead again until Dick's Picks started coming out at the end of '93. I've been on the retro-bus ever since. Didn't even go down the street to Tampa Stadium in '95. I did see Furthur in Atlanta this year and while it was no Dead show, it was a fun tribute.
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  • One Man
    7 years 1 month ago
    Over and Out
    It was long past over for me by this point. Brent was dead, the shows were spotty, the scene was decaying. A dude drowned right outside the venue. I could not be bothered to even really listen to what they were playing here. It was my final show -- my 26th over a span of 13 years. I'm glad some people got joy out of it. I didn't even listen to the Dead again until Dick's Picks started coming out at the end of '93. I've been on the retro-bus ever since. Didn't even go down the street to Tampa Stadium in '95. I did see Furthur in Atlanta this year and while it was no Dead show, it was a fun tribute.
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    GratefulTwinz
    8 years 8 months ago
    unkle sam-----
    yeah-we were right in front of the arena selling posters on the 2nd night(Had no tix) when they opened the box office and we scored 3rd row center for night #3.......yeeeeee-fuckin-haaaa!!!!!!!
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    GratefulTwinz
    8 years 8 months ago
    great show!!!
    thanx meg,frank,slobby,carl,rob,& everyone else for making this an awesome TRIP!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • unkle sam
    9 years 8 months ago
    the best show of a great "2" nite run
    show added on at last min. best of them all, awesome 2nd set, from begining to end, chinacat, foolish heart, wharf rat, 3 of my favorite JG songs. awesome NFA and a beautiful brokedown. Didn't want to leave, best 3 nites I ever spent in Orlando. Got an awesome t shirt of bears on the beach holding surf boards, says orlando, 7th and 8th only. Have never seen another one like it. I will be at the April greensboro show and will be givin' out free (that's right Virginia, there is an easter bunny) GD downloaded cds, most soundboards, most all shn's. most downloaded from furthurnet back some 8-9 yrs ago. Just cruise the lot, you will see us with a trunk full of cd's. "let there be songs to fill the air"
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    GratefulTwinz
    9 years 9 months ago
    maybe not
    just saw ticket prices--wont see you in april