• Knickerbocker Arena - March 25, 1990
    *appears on "Dozin' At The Knick"

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  • Greatest Story Ever Told
    Touch of Grey
    Wang Dang Doodle
    Good Time Blues
    Jack-a-Roe
    Masterpiece
    Bird Song
    Let it Grow

    Eyes of the World
    Samson and Delilah
    Crazy Fingers
    Truckin'
    Spoonful
    drums
    I Will Take You Home
    Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
    Black Peter
    Around and Around

    Quinn the Eskimo

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*appears on "Dozin' At The Knick"
setlist
Greatest Story Ever Told
Touch of Grey
Wang Dang Doodle
Good Time Blues
Jack-a-Roe
Masterpiece
Bird Song
Let it Grow

Eyes of the World
Samson and Delilah
Crazy Fingers
Truckin'
Spoonful
drums
I Will Take You Home
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
Black Peter
Around and Around

Quinn the Eskimo
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If you want to hear a better Eyes than the Banford Marsalis one a few nights later, check out this one. Brent shines.
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I remember this place was such a blast- a very FRIENDLY venue- everyone just seemed so cool up there! Even the cops seemed mellow.
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Artie De.Those were the days
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What a difference full GB sound makes. Having the 2 remote trucks on hand for 32 days for the 1990 Spring Tour was a smart move. They captured the shows in the best quality available for 1990 which still stands today, simple full GB Stereo. These reels were then carefully stored, sometimes a single track would slip-out, but the bulk of them fortunately were crafted for this release 25 years later. I always purchase the actual disc over a download then burn HD copies to play in the car. I then store the actual disc in my vault so the box stays lookin'good. I don't buy for the the extras but they are nice to have in pristine condition for my own enjoyment. I remember so much about this tour and the 1989 tour. It was a time when the band was peaking musically. They had almost 125 songs to bring-up and 10 Other Ones to break-out. During the '89 tour I was heavily taping for our crew. 100 min maxell tapes arrived, (DAT next year) I had a foot locker of masters that I packed into my VW Golf when I followed the band to Miami and stayed. These recordings are better than any other Grateful Dead shows I ever heard before. The tracks are simple. Jerry's guitar, Brent's B-3 organ and Mickey Hart's percussions own the right speaker. Bobby's guitar and Billy's drums from the left speaker. Phil's clean bass notes and all vocals image nicely between both speakers. When played on a disc transport/ cd player that has an HDCD indicator that lights-up when these are played sez Party-On Cub. Cheers
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  • cub
    3 years 7 months ago
    1411kbbs / 44.100kHz STEREO Bliss
    What a difference full GB sound makes. Having the 2 remote trucks on hand for 32 days for the 1990 Spring Tour was a smart move. They captured the shows in the best quality available for 1990 which still stands today, simple full GB Stereo. These reels were then carefully stored, sometimes a single track would slip-out, but the bulk of them fortunately were crafted for this release 25 years later. I always purchase the actual disc over a download then burn HD copies to play in the car. I then store the actual disc in my vault so the box stays lookin'good. I don't buy for the the extras but they are nice to have in pristine condition for my own enjoyment. I remember so much about this tour and the 1989 tour. It was a time when the band was peaking musically. They had almost 125 songs to bring-up and 10 Other Ones to break-out. During the '89 tour I was heavily taping for our crew. 100 min maxell tapes arrived, (DAT next year) I had a foot locker of masters that I packed into my VW Golf when I followed the band to Miami and stayed. These recordings are better than any other Grateful Dead shows I ever heard before. The tracks are simple. Jerry's guitar, Brent's B-3 organ and Mickey Hart's percussions own the right speaker. Bobby's guitar and Billy's drums from the left speaker. Phil's clean bass notes and all vocals image nicely between both speakers. When played on a disc transport/ cd player that has an HDCD indicator that lights-up when these are played sez Party-On Cub. Cheers
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    artdelu
    10 years 1 month ago
    the show
    Artie De.Those were the days
  • kkeyser27
    11 years 2 months ago
    Great Birthday trip up to the Nick
    I remember this place was such a blast- a very FRIENDLY venue- everyone just seemed so cool up there! Even the cops seemed mellow.
  • TigerTrance
    11 years 5 months ago
    Heresy?
    If you want to hear a better Eyes than the Banford Marsalis one a few nights later, check out this one. Brent shines.