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 #91470  by waldo041
 Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:27 pm
Yes, i know most could care less about 1995 BUT this is one of those "you had to be there" moments in GD history! i was fortunate enough to catch a couple of these, but i would trade all of those to see this one!



peace,
waldo
 #91475  by joethepainter
 Fri Dec 31, 2010 5:20 am
I was at this show. I remember the big crowd roar of recognition, and the light show was nice, too. Looking at the set list, that show also featured a lot of female-named songs, i.e. Corrina, Matilda, Stella. Perhaps if ol' Jer had stayed around a little longer, we would have some more odd male-named songs, like Hezekiah's Blues, or The Jehsophat Shuffle. Oh, well. I also remember Jerry's tone being quite piezo-y and compressed. OK, my smart-ass comments aside, that really was a great GD moment, I got me the chill-bumps when they started the tune, and had a big smile at the end! :D
 #91478  by CoolBreeze
 Fri Dec 31, 2010 8:59 am
Very Nice! There were a few golden moments in 95 - no doubt. Love listening to Phil lead the band.

An aside- what guitar does Bobby have sitting on the stand behind him? It looks to be some sort of Modulus, but maybe I don't recognize it because of the lighting.

Thanks for posting this-
Bruce