June 06, 1992
Steve Miller opened - "Take A Step Back" before "Ramble On" - locomotive airhorn during "Drumz"
Set List:Touch of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
All Over Now
Friend of the Devil
Ramble on Rose
Let it Grow
The Other One
One More Saturday Night
Tomorrow Never Knows
Attendees of this show
Always missing in the setlist & notes from this show is the "Spanish Jam" vs. "Other One" duel that emerged from "Space." It's short, but very nice. With Weir & the drummers laying down the "Spanish Jam" rhythm, Jerry spins some Latin-flavored "Other One" riffs. The first verse of "The Other One" is, in fact, "The Spanish One."
sting opened this show...not steve miller and the "take a step back" was before iko iko to open the second set...
Sting was summer '93. Steve Miller was '92. You're right about the "Step Back" though...it was a good one. "This is the way the entire surface of the Earth is going to be in twenty years!"
Fortunately we just dosed when we left the show, about 12:30 a.m. Unfortunately we didn't get back to the camp site until about 3:30 a.m. It should''ve taken about 1/2 hr. But we got lost, as I'm sure many other people did, driving the dark back roads of Buffalo. What a blast though in the van. Felt sorry for our driver but we were having the best worst time driving around for three hrs.
It was the best worse time ever!!!!!!!!!
I think it was "all over now" (stones tune) in the first set, not baby blue. Anyway, we were dosing too and went to Niagra Falls after the show. Crazy. Then drove back home to Syracuse. Same as above post -- great for us but a bummer for our driver!
The "Take a Step Back" was before Ramble On Rose, and it was nice! Garcia: "No, no, no...it's not working." "It's hopeless." "It only works if the people in the back move back." Good times...my first show!
I've got all over now vs Baby Blue on this one too... & defo it was
Steve Miller opener.
And Paulie from the Guleph crew was pretty right on with his set lists...
Babb O'reiley...I just didnt' get it. I still don't . I thought I remembered Broken Arrow in there too.
Take a step back was definatley before Ramble on. Check out Jerry's MIDI saxophone in the ultra jazzy Estimated, the show's highlight. I saw heads looking at the stage for Branford through thier binoculars.
This show was the pits. My highlight was hearing the Casey Jones in the parking lot that they soundchecked in the afternoon. The show was totally uninspired and weak. Kind of obvious from the fact that other folks are talking about how sweet the "Take A Step Back" was. This show was a far cry from the magic that occurred here two years earlier. Kind of sad really, Summer '92 almost made me hang it up for good, that is until I heard the Dean Dome shows from Spring '93 on tape...