March 29, 1995
Set List:Jack Straw
Jack A Roe
B. E. Women
U. S. Blues
Attendees of this show
This was my 40th show. The Unbroken chain was awesome. Long live Phil.
I left my body in 92 listening to the one from the vault help>slip>franklin and I searched for that secret and sound ever since. Finally, after years of searching I found what I was looking for. I was so gone I thought I was directing the show like an orchestra. One of the highest points of my dead life. I was convinced the world was ending outside and it was only gonna be us enlightened ones inside the show that made it to the promised land. Later, on the lot those that hadn't been inside brought me back to earth gently but with suspicious stares saying, " I'm sure it was a good show, but not alot has changed out here." And they were right. But that didn't affect my excitement one bit. A great show in my opinion.
Weir literally had to show Garcia the chord changes to Jack Straw, after Garcia totally missed the first verse. The end was just months away.
Made it in time for help>slip>frank. AWESOME!
I got miracled to this show and "called" almost the entire second set. When the guy next to me asked what I thought the encore would be (since I was doing so well), I said "either US Blues or Liberty" -you can see how that went...but as if to put the cherry on the sundae...the next morning my first hairwrap customer back at Stone Mountain was named LIBERTY!!!
This was a great show. I was first level seating about 6 from the stage phil side. Great energy at this show.