Sep 20, 2019
This week's Deadpod features the strong second set from the band's performance at the Boston Garden on Sunday, September 26, 1993.
A strong outing from start to finish, it starts with a rockin' 'Iko' which got the place bouncing. Then a well played 'Saint of Circumstance' leads into Jerry's 'Ship of Fools'. Truckin' follows and while Weir does mess up a verse, its a fairly minor slip up in a strong pre-drums set. Drums and Space are quite long, as was common during these later years, but also contain some very interesting segments. Phil and Jerry do a nice job backing up Weir on the 'Miracle' that follows. The highlight of this one of course, is the 'Standing on the Moon' that follows. Full of emotion and beauty, enough said.
The 'Rain' encore was also exceptionally done and a fine choice.
Boston Garden Boston, MA
9/26/93 - Sunday
Iko Iko ;
Saint Of Circumstance
Ship Of Fools ;
I Need A Miracle
Standing On The Moon
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