• Hampton Coliseum - March 5, 1992

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  • Help on the Way
    Slipknot!
    Franklin's Tower
    Same Thing
    Jack-a-Roe
    Tom Thumb's Blues
    Let it Grow

    Eyes of the World
    Long Way to Go Home
    Estimated Prophet
    He's Gone
    Drums
    Space
    The Wheel
    I Need a Miracle
    So Many Roads
    Good Lovin'

    U.S. Blues

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Help on the Way
Slipknot!
Franklin's Tower
Same Thing
Jack-a-Roe
Tom Thumb's Blues
Let it Grow

Eyes of the World
Long Way to Go Home
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
Drums
Space
The Wheel
I Need a Miracle
So Many Roads
Good Lovin'

U.S. Blues
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This was a really good night, the main drag was people were expecting Darkstar to fall from the rafters every other note. Tickets were available for sale at the box office, thank you for a stealth show at this point in your career Grateful Dead. The opening Help>Slip>Franklin's was really nice, and it was good to hear Same Thing on the East Coast. Bruce was really amped up in the sound and almost seemed to be the band leader for the night. Jerry had a music stand out for So Many Roads with what I guess were the lyrics for that song. The big highlights of the night were Eyes and Jack A Roe. Regardless of this night, if you can't marry Hampton at least have it as a mistress.
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This was a really good night, the main drag was people were expecting Darkstar to fall from the rafters every other note. Tickets were available for sale at the box office, thank you for a stealth show at this point in your career Grateful Dead. The opening Help>Slip>Franklin's was really nice, and it was good to hear Same Thing on the East Coast. Bruce was really amped up in the sound and almost seemed to be the band leader for the night. Jerry had a music stand out for So Many Roads with what I guess were the lyrics for that song. The big highlights of the night were Eyes and Jack A Roe. Regardless of this night, if you can't marry Hampton at least have it as a mistress.
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We were at the Omni shows and stared hearing rumors of suprise hampton shows....bolted up the highway while dealing with bosses over the phone, got to the ticket office 10 minutes before the office closed and got tickets. As we were leaving others were driving up to the coliseum and asking "Is it true?" They started running to the office when we flashed the tickets. We Loved Hampton!!! It was also our first Long,long,long way to go home...Lake
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This was a bit better than the next night. My friends and I made it to the 5th or 6th row on Phil's side, and we were treated to some absolutely marvelous interaction between Jerry and Bruce during the Slipknot! as they traded licks back and forth towards the end of the jam. My friend Priscilla said "Look! It's Bobby's ass, and it's RIGHT THERE!" when he turned around and shook it like he'd sometimes do when he was playing the opening riff to one of his tunes. She was more impressed than I was.
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Does anyone remember the thick fog that rolled in during the show? After the show, every time someone opened the doors to leave the building, all you heard was this chorus of "OOOHHH WOWWWW". This was an AMAZING night - loved the Hampton Sneak Attack and loved the new songs. Healy was dancing his ass off during Corina!
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and boy did I need this show! Fantastic setlist (from my perspective). They played all the songs I needed to hear at a very difficult time in my life. Listening to the audience recording as I write this. Bruce was great especially on Eyes of the World!A magical evening!
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Yes, I too remember the fog!! I was on the floor near a drum circle and it was an amazing site as it rose over the lights of the stage and formed steal-your-faces above the crowd! Needless to say after that the mood was set and it truly was great show.
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  • River Dawg
    5 years 4 months ago
    Yes, I too remember the fog!!
    Yes, I too remember the fog!! I was on the floor near a drum circle and it was an amazing site as it rose over the lights of the stage and formed steal-your-faces above the crowd! Needless to say after that the mood was set and it truly was great show.
  • tphokie1
    9 years 1 month ago
    Hadn't seen the boys in 4 years
    and boy did I need this show! Fantastic setlist (from my perspective). They played all the songs I needed to hear at a very difficult time in my life. Listening to the audience recording as I write this. Bruce was great especially on Eyes of the World!A magical evening!
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    bluedognever
    9 years 7 months ago
    The Fog!
    Does anyone remember the thick fog that rolled in during the show? After the show, every time someone opened the doors to leave the building, all you heard was this chorus of "OOOHHH WOWWWW". This was an AMAZING night - loved the Hampton Sneak Attack and loved the new songs. Healy was dancing his ass off during Corina!