March 29, 1990
"Eyes" appears on "Without A Net"
Set List:Jack Straw
We Can Run But We Can't Hide
Ramble on Rose
Eyes of the World
Turn on Your Love Light
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Previous Show« Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum - March 28, 1990
Attendees of this show
The "Eyes Of The World" that started the set was just the jumping off point. When they started "Dark Star" the place was one big hug. And here's ANOTHER show that should be put out, since it was recorded in multi-track digital goodness
I think branford marsalis played during part of the second set.
Eyes of the World doesn't get better than this! Brandford Marsalis and Jerry playing note for note. Bruce Hornsby sat in for second set also.
he sure did....great show!
According to the Nassau Coliseum web site I was between sections 109 & 110 looking down on the stage. Bruce Hornsby was NOT there !
Branford Marsalis came out at the end of the first set and played on Birdsong and Promised Land. Then reality went right out the window. From the first notes of Eyes, right through Lovelight, the second set was pure, unadulterated magic.
I was lucky enough to meet Mr. Marsalis at a Mets game in 97...an incredibly nice guy who stated that he "had a LOT of fun playing at that show."
By far, one of the classic Dead shows!!!
No way Hornsby was there.
DKNJ: Branford definitely kicked it up several notches. Having him up there made the stage a "no slack zone"
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This was not my first show, but it is the one that made me a deadhead! Got a ticket at the show and walked in during Bertha and never looked back. Branford played on the last two songs of the first set and the entire second set. There is not a bad note in the whole show, and deserves to be released as a dicks picks or something. Not just one of the best dead shows I've been to, but one of the best concerts I've ever been to as well. There is no way Hornsby was there!