June 25, 1995
With Bruce Hornsby on grand piano - Bob Dylan opened - soundcheck: "St. Stephen" - Jerry Garcia played on "Train To Cry" and "Rainy Day Women" of Bob Dylan's set
Set 1: Shakedown Street
Wang Dang Doodle
Jack A Roe
Mama Tried* > Mexicali Blues*
Set 2: Box Of Rain
The Rain Song
Samson & Delilah
Ship of Fools
Truckin' > Rollin' & Tumblin' > Samba In The Rain > Drums
> Space > Wharf Rat > Not Fade Away
Attendees of this show
I had a ticket to this show but decided not to go. Figured that they would be back in the area in the fall. Damn, hind sight is 20/20.
Set 1: Shakedown Street, Wang Dang Doodle, Jack A Roe, Mama Tried* > Mexicali Blues*, Loose Lucy, Picasso Moon
Set 2: Box Of Rain, The Rain Song, Samson & Delilah, Ship of Fools, Truckin' > Rollin' & Tumblin' > Samba In The Rain > Drums > Space > Wharf Rat > Not Fade Away, E: Brokedown Palace
Comment: * Weir on acoustic.Horsby on piano for entire show
From my first show 4/7/85, to this, my last 6/25/95. Thanks to the Dead. You guys showed me this beautiful country and a good time. I still have my full tickets from my mail order to see show's at the Boston Garden 9/17/95. Glad I never returned them.
My last show, large group of friends made the show from different parts of the country. Brokedown left my feeling a little sad, little did I know.
Thanks for the eye opening 15 years of love and friendship. These memories and experiences shall always be carried with me into the future. College educated me on paper, this 15 year tour educated me in life. No words can describe my feelings in the not to distant future. I've got so many stories that I tell now to all the new people that I meet. It shaped my way of thinking towards all living things. Once again, Thanks to all. Love Allen
I'm 46 years old and that small message put a tear in my eye.
What with the Man across the way, if you sit up on the highest half-wall straight back from the stage, and all this might as well have been the scene of my last show (inside). Thanks again is right! So much beauty and fortune and experience and happiness. Brokedown was so beautifully and joyously sad that I can't think of a better last song for me to see them play.
"Moloch the incomprehensible prison! Moloch the crossbone soulless jailhouse and Congress of sorrows!" -[I] Howl[I/}, Allen Ginsberg
u could have returned them and got the jerry stamp on the back of each one.
What a great time this show was. For me it was an eye-opening experience. 16 yrs. old and clueless. My first and last show. It was enough to hook and reel me in for life. There truly was/is nothing like a Grateful Dead concert.
...just get past this tour, take some time, get it together and get goin' again.
St. Stephen, Big Iron, etc..were all on the table and the band was playing pretty well together.
To me the 24th was better. But the Wharf Rat and Brokedown were outstanding. Bruce even comments on the Wharf Rat to this day.
Ironically Garcia seemed to play really well when he was on with Bob D.
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”