March 13, 1992
last "El Paso": 05-12-91  - first locomotive airhorn during "Drumz"
Set List:Mississippi Half-Step
Brown Eyed Women
Long Way to Go Home
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Wave to the Wind
Turn on Your Love Light
Box of Rain
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This was a cold night in spring. It was snowing after the show I think maybe before but on LI during this run anyway..I was w/ my core crew g-d rest there souls and one of my crew kept complaining that it was not loud enough and it was hard to hustle a tix so we were in and met up where else ~ behind the drums..and my buddy kept saying it's not loud enough and then that TRAIN AIRHORN wow...it ran thru my body ..it cut a path through my heart and soul like a I was a ghost it was amazing! The sound bounced around the entire coliseum like a loop of sound it was amazing and it just went round and round. You could just feel so much within that sound in relation to so much of the foundation of the boys and the wheels and just the whole big trip of it. You could also feel the intention ..the want of busting that airhorn out like 'the cry' that you have to let out to move forward as well as the satisfaction of it having been done after the crowd resonated on it and then you could sense the 'PRANKSTER PRIDE' of it..HAHA!! And that is why you go and go to see as many shows as you can and you feel so proud to be a deadhead~
One of my favorite memories ..it was the crescendo in a way of GD. I had a sbd of it and made 4 copies cuz everyone back home were blown away by it and would 'borrow' one. I never retained a copy. The memory is priceless and what's even better is to be here now to share it with my family=) as I listen to it stream.
It is so kind to be able to share this here especially since my buddy who was complaining about it not being loud enough died on an Easter Sunday and I was getting really sad and now well he is still alive in his favorite place Dead Space ;)
Peace love & LIGHT,
ps. thank you kindly for that boys!
The show started out alright,but by the time they played Wave to the Wind it was all down hill. It looked like Phil was showing the band the tune on stage. My friends and I left the show it was so bad. It was the only show I ever walked out on.
...the airhorn was coolio...