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Let It Grow
March 24, 1987
Hampton Coliseum

Insanely tight (and insane) at that full throttle, breakneck 1980s LiG tempo. Holy smokes!
3
I Need A Miracle
June 20, 1991
Pine Knob Music Theatre

Erupts from the energy of an already smoking set
3
Stella Blue
Dec. 30, 1991
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Crunchy at the start and then Jerry works is sweet with the pitch bender
4
Estimated Prophet
Dec. 27, 1990
Coliseum Arena

The jam goes from full-tilt> far-out> lost-in-space> Comes A Time
6
Standing On The Moon
June 7, 1991
Deer Creek Music Center

The original epic SOTM. Hornsby's piano is heavy in the mix to great effect. Jerry takes "be with you" to the max and follows with a sharp solo.

Comments

West L.A. Fadeaway
June 11, 1991
Charlotte Coliseum

Hornsby's piano solo and Bobby's guitar really make this one special!
Wang Dang Doodle
July 2, 1989
Sullivan Stadium

The energy from the show opening Playin'> Crazy Fingers carried over into this amazing version of Wang Dang. I haven't heard one that even comes close.
Terrapin Station
Dec. 30, 1991
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Space> Terrapin> Sugar Mag was actually played the previous December 30.
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
June 19, 1991
Pine Knob

Everyone at this show knew it was an absolute legend. Rather than starting the set, Jerry began this S>F as a way of saying, "Mickey, enough already," as he bashed, kicked, and stomped The Beam to finish the best Victim or the Crime ever. Period. Victim's energy carried over into the Scarlet> Fire. Phil went on several melodic, mind-boggling runs, and everyone else made a beautiful rendition.
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
June 7, 1991
Deer Creek Music Center

Such an amazing version! I remember that it seemed like everyone got a turn on Fire. Bobby led the intro into Fire with a raunchy tone, then Vince got a solo after the first verse, then Bruce left the accordion for a swinging piano lead followed Jerry saying, "Step aside, Bruce, and let me rip!" Bruce tried to hang with him for some of the best Bruce/Jerry interplay of the era.