“Yesterday’s Dead Today”, Monday, July 26th, 7-9pm Eastern
Written by Mark Binder on July 25, 2021
The Grateful Dead
Riverport Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, Missouri
July 26, 1994
Master Audience recorded by Mr. Darby (2nd Source)
AKG451EB/CK1’s (DIN/DFC/First 1/4 Of OTS/9 Feet High) >
AKGBP18s > Sony TC-D5M, tapes Maxell MX
” I had access to a second pair of AKG 451EBs so I ran 2 master copies “
Disc 1 – Set 1:
2. Jack Straw
3. Friend Of The Devil
4. Little Red Rooster
5. Lazy River Road
6. Queen Jane Approximately *
7. Tennessee Jed
8. Childhood’s End
9. Easy Answers >
SBD > Dat (Panasonic SV-3700/44.1k)
All Transfers and Mastering by Charlie Miller
“This is the first soundboard for this date, and this is the longest Estimated Prophet”
Disc 2 – Set 2:
1. China Cat Sunflower >
2. I Know You Rider
3. Victim Or The Crime >
4. Samba In The Rain
5. Ship Of Fools
6. Estimated Prophet ** >
7. Drums >
Disc 3 – Set 2 cont’d.:
1. Space >
2. The Wheel >
3. Attics Of My Life >
4. Sugar Magnolia
6. I Fought The Law
* Bob Weir on acoustic guitar
** the longest “Estimated Prophet”
The only review of this particular aud:
REVIEW: Mr. Darby does it again!
An excellent recording of a very good show. 18 years later, and I’m sitting here blown away by the
band and the technology that allows me this gift.
The only review of this sbd:
REVIEW: well-balanced board
mahalo Charlie Miller and David Gans for the source, fun listening, in the eery, dark, wet, calm
weather that may have mirrored the conditions at this show, as I wait for Hurricane Douglas to
approach O’ahu 7-26-20.
Reviews from other recordings::
REVIEW: Great Show, Long Overdue!!!
This was my first Dead show…July of 1994…I had alot of Dead CD’s etc and really should have
seen them much sooner but for what ever reason this was my first… The show turned out to be
electric from start to finish…I remember talking with the guy right behind me on the lawn. He was
from Omaha, Nebraska and had seen over 100 shows…When ‘The Wheel’ began he fessed up that
he owned a bar in Omaha called, you guessed it, “The Wheel”. Needless to say he was blown away
by the set list!!! And me, at my first show, I thought they were all going to be like this… I have
heard a shortened version of the second night as a Grateful Dead Hour. That was good but left me
wanting a full version of the first night… From what I understand the Dead had not played in the St.
Louis area for more than 15 years, if not more. So this show was long overdue and it sure was
incredible! Give this one a listen, I bet you’ll agree this was a rockin night!!!
REVIEW: wow a belated b-day present
Ive been searching for shows on my b-day this one brought chills & tears I found out brent died on
my b-day dont know how I missed that one. much love & respect
REVIEW: not bad
set list drove me to this one. Not bad. effort is there. Said it before and say it again I fought the law
is a total cop out. they should be ashamed for busting that out and calling it an encore.
REVIEW: Riverport Shows
This was a really good show to see. It was the one of the smallest outdoor venues you could see the
Dead play at in the midwest, so it was nice for the people from that area. A nice change from
Soldier Field. The people in St. Louis were incredibly friendly as well. Good vibe overall. It a
shame about the Riverport debacle the year after.
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Tues., July 27th, Frankie Lombardi, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Wed., Junly 28th, Ron Kraemer Trio, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
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