• Zenith - October 28, 1990
    first "Stander"

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  • Touch of Grey
    Walkin' Blues
    Candyman
    Box of Rain
    Mexicali Blues
    Maggie's Farm
    Althea
    Cassidy
    Tennessee Jed
    Stander on the Mountain

    Victim or the Crime
    Eyes of the World
    Estimated Prophet
    Uncle John's Band
    drums
    The Other One
    Wharf Rat
    Sugar Magnolia

    Knockin' on Heaven's Door

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first "Stander"
setlist
Touch of Grey
Walkin' Blues
Candyman
Box of Rain
Mexicali Blues
Maggie's Farm
Althea
Cassidy
Tennessee Jed
Stander on the Mountain

Victim or the Crime
Eyes of the World
Estimated Prophet
Uncle John's Band
drums
The Other One
Wharf Rat
Sugar Magnolia

Knockin' on Heaven's Door
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this is a great version of Stander on the Mt. The band does a marvy job of backing Bruce. And a pretty dang good show in total. “The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
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After the unbelievability of the previous night I think it would’ve been virtually impossible to have topped it! My brother and I enjoyed this second Paris show, but in a much more relaxed fashion - sitting down. I don’t really recall much about it that made it particularly unique. Ho hum. Au revoir Paris! My Brother went back to Cheltenham and I travelled to London for the next exciting chapter in my Grateful Dead adventure...
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I was probably still asleep after the show the night before and having met Jerry I had plans to go to the Louvre, but that never happened the queues were too big and this night the last of the european shows and then back home to England for 3 more shows and sleep in my own bed Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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this show was as breathtaking as the first one.mr.gorbatchev was around in abundence.....!paris and the dead one of the greatest experiences of my life!thank you boys!!!!!
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This venue was general admission if I remember correctly. The night before we did not know about that, but this night we went early and I brought my camera. We got right in front of Jerry and Bruce. I got some great shots! Will have to dig them up. Great time in Paris.I seem to remember it was "raining" in the place. Maybe it was just the humidity, or I could be wrong and confusing other shows or "maybe it was the roses".
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    drscottp
    9 years 6 months ago
    Front Row in front of Bruce and Jerry
    This venue was general admission if I remember correctly. The night before we did not know about that, but this night we went early and I brought my camera. We got right in front of Jerry and Bruce. I got some great shots! Will have to dig them up. Great time in Paris.I seem to remember it was "raining" in the place. Maybe it was just the humidity, or I could be wrong and confusing other shows or "maybe it was the roses".
  • Alain
    12 years 2 months ago
    My last show. A miracle !
    My last show. A miracle !
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    Frankly
    13 years 9 months ago
    this show was as
    this show was as breathtaking as the first one.mr.gorbatchev was around in abundence.....!paris and the dead one of the greatest experiences of my life!thank you boys!!!!!