• Shoreline Amphitheatre - June 3, 1995

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Althea>
Rooster
B. E. Women
Broken Arrow
Stagger Lee
Eternity

China Cat>
I Know You Rider
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Set 1: Hell In A Bucket, Althea, Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, Broken Arrow, Stagger Lee, Eternity* Set 2: China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Samba In The Rain, Playing In The Band > Uncle John's Band > Drums > Space > Box Of Rain, Stella Blue, Throwing Stones > One More Saturday Night, E: Liberty Comment: Weir on acoustic
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I didn't know it but this would be the last time for me. we all shine on
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Of course, I didn't know it at the time either, but this would be the last time I saw Jerry alive. In the end there's just a song...
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Gr8ful Bruce Stella Blue! Jerry rocked those rusty sTrings one more time like he was gunna make 'em shine.
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Many of the faithful were in great anticipation that Unbroken would come out on this show...they made us wait one more day. The Uncle John's was epic heading into drumz. Nothin' left to do but :) :) :)
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I attended this show with my wife and neighbors across the street. We had attended dozens of shows at Shoreline, but little did we know that this would be the last Saturday night show -- hell, last show ever -- that we'd see. Great show, and it seems like just yesterday.
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This was my last show, too! I went the next day and listened to some of the show from a hill in the parking lot. Without love in the dream, it'll never come true
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Glad that it ended here than at that horrible Vegas run. I regret leaving in the middle of Liberty (pretty burned on that one at that point), didn't know it would be the last time I would look at Jerry.
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Good show though,I might of laid off the gel caps If I would have known.LOVE THAT LOT!!!
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I was at the show the night before. I went back for this one and worked really hard all day to try to find a ticket. Had just about given up and happened to be shoulder to shoulder with a Rock Med guy just as he was finding out that he got in for free and didn't need his ticket. I made eye contact with him at that moment and bought his ticket for face value. On the sliding scale that 94-95 shows seem to demand to be graded on I would say this was a pretty good one for the time period. A lot of people left during Liberty. I kept getting bumped into as I the masses moved out. Much like the old US Blues (not to mention Day Job) exodus in earlier days. The last image on the video screen was a smiling Jerry looking towards the band and lifting his guitar to hit the last note of Liberty. They froze the picture and left it on the screen for some time after the music ended. I still have a very clear visual memory of that.
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last show that I was able to see with Jerry--- We set on the grassy noll . What realy stuck in my mind from that show - was Jerry and Stella Blue---- He nailed it. We miss you Jerry.
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Got there early, had a few killer brews, and gormet deli treats, reserved slightly stage R, 2/3 back nice view. Stella Blue brought tears. Never recall having heard "Liberty" before. I never left a concert before the house lights were turned on. No rush to beat the crowd. Fond memories, fer sure.Dizz Quixote Travelin' at the speed o' light.......
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Had I known that this would be my last, I would have spent the few extra bucks and done the whole weekend, but I figured Friday and Saturday would be good enough. Then road trip down to Fresno to have Sunday Supper with my Mom, Brother and Sister... Well, it was my last "Saturday Night". Had a Great Time, the Sound was ON! Stella Blue made the night! Liberty made it complete! Great Show and like "idigthedead" above said, I too remember the still image of Jerry on the video screen, can see it in my mind anytime I like. "Cheers!!!" to all of us who have a fond memory of this... our Last Night with The Dead.
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Last show for me with Jerry. Sister-in-law lived in Indiana, and had kept us updated about the end of that last tour in July and how out of control it was at Soldier Field. I remember feeling really sorry for the band, and Jerry in particular cause he bore the brunt of the inordinate attention needed by some fans. Thanks for all you gave us, Jerry. We Love You.
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I just finally got around to determining exactly which show my wife and I took our older two boys and our 9 month old babe-in-arms to, and this was it. I remember being delighted that they did "Althea" - that's the memory that stuck for me. It was our last show, but it was the little guy's first show. What irony! Our oldest - 12 years older - was with us at the first US Festival, including the Dead set there, and he was also 9 months old at that show - a family tradition. We couldn't stay for the Sunday show due to living 100 miles east in the foothills, and having to work Monday. I missed a lot of shows due to working all the time, 12 hour days and 6 days a week back in those days, but I guess we got to enough of them. Cal Expo was a lot easier for us to get to. Now the little guy is a 20 year old thrash rocker in Oakland, and will be there with us again at the final June 28th Levi's Stadium show in Santa Clara. (Chicago just didn't work out). That's a lot of nostalgia. The moon will be in Scorpio both nights, and almost full - outta be a wild time, but "at least we're enjoyin' the ride".
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Now this is a great a collection not much people would even remember. But I can assure you most of it is good and my dad used to listen to them and he was a huge fan of that era of music. So try it out. cheese cutting board
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    Timrocker
    4 years 6 months ago
    Wonderful
    Now this is a great a collection not much people would even remember. But I can assure you most of it is good and my dad used to listen to them and he was a huge fan of that era of music. So try it out. cheese cutting board
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    acornaxe
    5 years ago
    Shoreline June 3, 1995 - first and last
    I just finally got around to determining exactly which show my wife and I took our older two boys and our 9 month old babe-in-arms to, and this was it. I remember being delighted that they did "Althea" - that's the memory that stuck for me. It was our last show, but it was the little guy's first show. What irony! Our oldest - 12 years older - was with us at the first US Festival, including the Dead set there, and he was also 9 months old at that show - a family tradition. We couldn't stay for the Sunday show due to living 100 miles east in the foothills, and having to work Monday. I missed a lot of shows due to working all the time, 12 hour days and 6 days a week back in those days, but I guess we got to enough of them. Cal Expo was a lot easier for us to get to. Now the little guy is a 20 year old thrash rocker in Oakland, and will be there with us again at the final June 28th Levi's Stadium show in Santa Clara. (Chicago just didn't work out). That's a lot of nostalgia. The moon will be in Scorpio both nights, and almost full - outta be a wild time, but "at least we're enjoyin' the ride".
  • Brooklyn Peach
    9 years 3 months ago
    Bye, Jerry
    Last show for me with Jerry. Sister-in-law lived in Indiana, and had kept us updated about the end of that last tour in July and how out of control it was at Soldier Field. I remember feeling really sorry for the band, and Jerry in particular cause he bore the brunt of the inordinate attention needed by some fans. Thanks for all you gave us, Jerry. We Love You.