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Stella Blue
March 18, 1988
Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium

Stupidly good underdog performance, it has the emotive vocals, and Jerry kills the solos. Highly underrated.. A must listen.
6
Victim Or The Crime
Dec. 31, 1989
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

damn good version, end jam featuring the beam and Jer midi and heads into Dark Star
21
Satisfaction
July 7, 1986
RFK Stadium

If Jerry had died friom the 86 coma,this would have been the last song played..complete with band intros,and Jer showing Bob some love.
6
Corrina
March 9, 1992
Capital Centre

Corrina, solid, into a Jerryless jam, where Jer comes back out to do the D Star
2
Victim Or The Crime
March 9, 1992
Capital Centre

I almost forgot this one, good stuffins here, Bobby in fine voice, nice soundscape

Comments

Stella Blue
March 18, 1988
Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium

Go for the Charlie Miller version, as always!! http://archive.org/details/gd1988-03-18.sbd.miller.91157.sbeok.flac16
Jack Straw
April 6, 1987
Meadowlands Arena

Also: it is often an egregious Jerry flub that leads to these types of anomaly versions of gold. He knows he fucked up, and he is determined to make you forget it, and you know what? He wins!
Jack Straw
July 2, 1988
Oxford Plains Speedway

Phil bombs are fun, absolutely, and for that this show needs to be heard. After that check out the 4-6-87 Jack Straw if you want pure rabid Easy Coast manic energy Dead.
Jack Straw
April 6, 1987
Meadowlands Arena

This version continues to give and give....To comment on the comments: make the time to listen, you came here for the best! So often on this site my favorites are the 5th or 6th ranked....so if you are reading this, go listen. It's that good.
It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Oct. 10, 1982
Frost Amphitheatre

Stupidly good version, from an epic show..the LLR is a must as well.