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Published: 2013/11/21

New Jerry Garcia Band, Weir and Wasserman Box Set Announced

A new six-disc Jerry Garcia Band/Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman box set has been announced. Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound will include two full performances: September 5 1989 at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, CT and September 6, 1989 at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY. The price and release date for the box set—which features cover art by Stanley Mouse—will be confirmed in the near future.

The Jerry Garcia Band played two sets during each show, while Weir and Wasserman opened for them on both nights. The setlists for both performances can be found below.

Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound

September 5th, 1989
Hartford Civic Center – Hartford, CT

Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman:

Festival, Fever, K.C. Moan, Desolation Row, Looks Like Rain, The Winners, Victim or the Crime -> Wasserman Bass Improvisation no. 1 -> Throwing Stones

Jerry Garcia Band:

Set One
Cats Under the Stars, They Love Each Other, Waiting for a Miracle, Run for the Roses, Like a Road, My Sisters and Brothers, Deal

Set Two
The Harder They Come, Mission in the Rain, Forever Young, Evangeline, Gomorrah, Don’t Let Go -> Lonesome and a Long Way From Home

September 6th, 1989
Nassau Coliseum – Uniondale, NY

Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman:

Walking Blues, City Girls -> Fever, Blackbird -> When I Paint My Masterpiece, Shade of Grey -> The Winners -> Easy to Slip -> Wasserman Bass Improvisation no. 2, Heaven Help The Fool

Jerry Garcia Band:

Set One
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), Stop That Train, That’s What Love Will Make You Do, Mississippi Moon, I Second That Emotion, And It Stoned Me, Deal

Set Two
The Harder They Come, Dear Prudence, I Shall Be Released, Let It Rock, Evangeline, That Lucky Old Sun, Tangled Up in Blue

Comments

There are 6 comments associated with this post

OldJer November 21, 2013, 12:09:17

They must have decided to not use the two Great Woods or single Worcester show from that tour (awesome shows!) due to Clarence Clemens being in Jerry’s band (likely didn’t want to pay royalties to his estate). Just supposition.
Looking forward to this box set!!

tellsemlikeIsmellsem!!!!!! November 21, 2013, 12:38:41

this is how they have to sell bob weir solo projects these days? weir/wasserman and JGB are like apples and dragonfruits

ris November 21, 2013, 17:19:45

Probably a great version of heaven help the fool. Seriously though…Fall 89 arguably GDs finest tour in late era outside of spring 90.

Andy Greider November 22, 2013, 08:59:06

Interesting combo, just like it was when it happened. lol. I personally will probably pass on it, but it is cool to see more JGB get out there. Wishing on more 1991 Fall JGB or 1993 Fall JGB to arrive in “top form”

Jake the snake November 22, 2013, 21:58:24

Yeah the Great Woods shows were stellar! You knew there was going to be a great night of music when thunder storms moved on through the area on one of the nights largely missing the venue but treating everyone to a giant double rainbow over the entire outdoor arena and surrounding areas. So many folks just mesmerized looking up to the heavens….

Stickman February 2, 2014, 19:16:52

Enjoyed the Weir Wasserman shows, and it’s hard to beat a JGB show, so strange as this combo may seem I personally think it’s way cool & will definitely jam it.

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