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Coliseum, Hampton, VA 

Hampton - Jerry Garcia Band

Jerry Garcia Band 
November 9, 1991
 
 
 
 
 
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Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, November 9, 1991 - Jerry Garcia review

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jerrygarcia.com is happy to announce the newest release in the Pure Jerry series from Jerry Garcia's personal live concert archive: Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, November 9, 1991.

The Jerry Garcia Band's Fall 1991 East Coast tour is fondly remembered as one of the band's peak moments, a run of shows brimming with energy, wit and heart. The Hampton show was particularly enlivened by Bruce Hornsby, who sat in the entire night on electric piano.

The Hampton set list is classic late-period JGB, including several newly introduced tunes. Brand-new to the repertoire on this tour were "Ain't No Bread in the Breadbox" (Norton Buffalo), the Manhattan's 1980 soul hit "Shining Star", and Van Morrison's "Bright Side of the Road". Another Van Morrison song, "He Ain't Give You None" was also played, having been unearthed in 1991 from the Garcia-Saunders Band's early 70s songbook. Chuck Berry's "You Never Can Tell" made its East Coast debut on the tour: be prepared for a rave-up when Jerry and Bruce trade ripping solos and ascend rock 'n' roll Olympus.

The highlight of the show may have been a special new encore: the magnificent "What A Wonderful World," originally recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1967. Played by the Jerry Garcia Band only ten times, and always as an encore, "What A Wonderful World" became an instant audience favorite. Jerry seems to draw in his performance from the same spirit of benevolence and grace from which Satch drew on his memorable track. Worth the price of the recording in itself!


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Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, November 9, 1991 - Jerry Garcia review
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Disc One
1. How Sweet It Is
2. He Ain't Give You None
3. You Never Can Tell (C'est la Vie)
4. Run for the Roses
5. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
6. I Second That Emotion
7. My Sisters and My Brothers
8. Ain't No Bread in the Breadbox

Disc Two
1. Bright Side of the Road
2. Shining Star
3. Waiting For A Miracle
4. Think
5. I Shall Be Released
6. Don't Let Go
7. Midnight Moonlight
8. What A Wonderful World (Encore)

 
Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, November 9, 1991 - Jerry Garcia review
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JERRY GARCIA BAND:
Jerry Garcia: guitar, vocals
Melvin Seals: organ
John Kahn: bass
David Kemper: drums
Jaclyn LaBranch: vocals
Gloria Jones: vocals

Guest - Bruce Hornsby - Electric Piano

Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, November 9, 1991 - Jerry Garcia review
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Label - JGCD 
Released July 2006
HDCD
Mastered at Joe's joint

The "Pure Jerry" series will be selected from the substantial and remarkably diverse library that makes up Jerry's entire independent live archive. 

Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia, November 9, 1991 - Jerry Garcia review

 

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