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GarciaLive Volume 19 presents Jerrys triumphant return to the stage on Oct 31st, 1992. Remastered soundboard recordings from the Oakland Coliseum Arena bring new life to this revered Halloween performance. Stunning renditions of The Maker, Shining Star and Lay Down Sally highlight the evening along with a rousing cover of Werewolves of London. The package includes liner notes and previously unpublished photos of the festivities, which included a costume contest judged by Ken Kesey.

GarciaLive Volume 19 presents Jerrys triumphant return to the stage on Oct 31st, 1992. Remastered soundboard recordings from the Oakland Coliseum Arena bring new life to this revered Halloween performance. Stunning renditions of The Maker, Shining Star and Lay Down Sally highlight the evening along with a rousing cover of Werewolves of London. The package includes liner notes and previously unpublished photos of the festivities, which included a costume contest judged by Ken Kesey.

880882536527

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Format: CD
Label: ATO Records
Rel. Date: 10/28/2022
UPC: 880882536527

GarciaLive Volume 19: October 31st, 1992 Oakland Coliseum Arena [2CD]
Artist: Jerry Garcia Band
Format: CD
New: in stock $15.98
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DISC: 1

1. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
2. Stop That Train
3. The Maker
4. You Never Can Tell [C'est la Vie]
5. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
6. Lay Down Sally
7. Deal
8. Shining Star
9. And It Stoned Me
10. Ain't No Bread in the Breadbox
11. Wonderful World
12. Tore Up Over You
13. Waiting for a Miracle
14. My Sisters and Brothers
15. Tangled Up in Blue
16. Encore: Werewolves of London

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GarciaLive Volume 19 presents Jerrys triumphant return to the stage on Oct 31st, 1992. Remastered soundboard recordings from the Oakland Coliseum Arena bring new life to this revered Halloween performance. Stunning renditions of The Maker, Shining Star and Lay Down Sally highlight the evening along with a rousing cover of Werewolves of London. The package includes liner notes and previously unpublished photos of the festivities, which included a costume contest judged by Ken Kesey.

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