Grateful Dead Live at Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, U.N.L.V. on 1993-05-14
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
A : ? > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN; CDR > EAC > CDWAV > SHN by Alan J Fink, with thanks to Paul B.
- 2004-05-13 13:58:37
- Unknown Mics > DAT > CDR > EAC 0.9 beta 4 (secure) > CD Wave > shntool > mkwACT > SHN
- Las Vegas, NV
- Audience: Unknown Mics
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Paul B. and Alan J. Fink
Subject: I would rather win the Powerball Lottery
Subject: He did go to the show
Subject: Not just a legend...
Subject: Cold rain and lighting bolts.
The heat at the begining was almost unbearable. That freak storm that drove the band backstage just as they were starting actually cooled the place down, though everything was all wet and slimy.
The golden moment for me came when Jerry started playing this beautiful, bouncy guitar intro. Finally it melded into Uncle Johns Band. Of course I was peaking at that moment.
Subject: Nothin left to but smile smile smile...
Subject: awesome time!!!
Subject: Dusty ol' Sammy Boyd Bowl
Subject: my moms first show
Every Vegas show was about half complaining people. For me they were all great and seeing the deadheads take over Vegas for a weekend each year kicked ass.
Subject: First Show
I thought Sting was pretty good too. Except he played the exact same set on Saturday, then came back Sunday with something different, including some cool covers(even some Beetles and Hendrix).
It was like someone had to sit him down and tell him, "look man, these are all the same people. Even the ones that are outside know exactly what you played."
Fantastic road trip! Really great to be able to listen to it here. I love the aud recording, takes me back to the actual moment!
Subject: Strong second set
Scarlet>Fire to start the second set on the first night of the run excited me at the time, and the Scarlet is actually quite long and spacy. Phil dominates the mix during the Fire intro and Mickey is quite present throughout this version. Energetic, for sure.
Subject: Struck by Lightning
This show really starts with the Ramble on Rose. Everybody woke up at the line "aces back to back"--crowd and band both--the first moment everyone really got into the fact of being there. The show was solid from there to the end.
Pretty sure Jerry breaks a string in the middle of Fire, and Mickey steps forward to fill some of the space while he's fixing it.
Not a fantastic recording, and not a fantastic show. Definitely some good moments, though.
Subject: seweet show
craig, if you're out there man, this one's for you. back in '94-'95, i "bought" (gasp, yes) a bootleg cd of this show with a lovely audience recording that surpasses anything you'll hear here. with my now ears, i know that it was FOB, so good that you can hear the audience bum out as a jet passes overhead during lazy river road.
this is not the most spectacular show from vegas, it's the most SOLID of the three. vince just creeps me out on what should be an awesome show on the third night, 5/16. synthesizer interferes with jerry. on this night, it's clean.
Subject: Vegas 93'
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