“Yesterday’s Dead Today”, Monday, June 20th, 7-9pm Eastern
Written by Mark Binder on Sunday, June 19, 2022
I’ve seen thousands of reviews over the years, but this actually explains “A Deadhead”…
As a new fan of the Dead it was years before I realized the importance of the tears streaming
down the face of the girl beside me. She seemedhave a religious experience. Now I know why”
RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
June 20, 1992
Master Soundboard DAT > M Audio Audiophile 2496 > Soundforge > CDWAV > FLAC
Conversion by Mark Lynn
Disc 1 – Set 1:
1. Cold Rain & Snow
2. Wang Dang Doodle
3. Friend Of The Devil
4. Mexicali Blues >
5. Maggie’s Farm
6. Row Jimmy
7. Picasso Moon
8. Tennessee Jed
9. Promised Land
Disc 2 – Set 2:
1. Corinna >
2. Crazy Fingers
3. Playing In The Band>
4. Uncle John’s Band >
5. Drums >
Disc 3 – Set 2 cont’d.:
1. Space >
2. Casey Jones
3. Throwing Stones >
4. One More Saturday Night
5. Baba O’Riley >
6. Tomorrow Never Knows
with Bruce Hornsby
This was an incredible show. I remember how excited everyone was when they heard
Reviews from this recording:
This show was incredible. My mother passed away the same night so it has special
meaning too. Highly recommended.
This show is week after space is great though called casey jones out of space only time i
saw this double oncore
REVIEW: My first show!!!
It was an amazing night! Not JUST because it was my first. Great show through and
through. And when Mickey, I think, came out with the shoulder straps of horns to
announce (I’m all messed up) Casey Jones!!!!…priceless!!! What an end to one
Reviews from other recordings:
REVIEW: a great show!
I was fortunate to have been at this show! And yes, those locomotive horns are incredibly
loud! They can be heard starting at about 8:30 on Jam! And they still make me jump!
Overall a great show too!
REVIEW: summer 1992
pretty average show until after space/after space everybody lost it casey jones you
know!first set alot like the year before didn`t want that but hey after space makes up
REVIEW: Train Horn…
The trains horns really freaked us out before Casey Jones, I was not the only one who was
ducking and looking for the train.
REVIEW: great show for 92
for the 90s this is a great show-decent set list, played well and great sound w/mr hornsby,
what else could you ask for!
REVIEW: typical “dsbd”
there’s a reason i love them, the sound. wish tomorrow never knows, caught on, and jerr
would sing it
REVIEW: Train Horn
I was at this show on the field for the first set. The feel was good but so many people
jumped the wall to get on the field (me included) that it was too much for the dose I took.
For the second set I found a nice seat in the upper deck front row. When Micky blew the
train horn coming out of space into Casey Jones I thought I was going over the rail.
During that song the upper deck was bouncing up and down so much that I had to
REVIEW: The One I will Never Forget
80-95 185 shows and This was the Best time I ever had 5 stars for sound 5 stars for show.
Best show I ever was at GOD BLESS THE GRATEFUL DEAD will never ever forget
the Train out of space> Casey what a treat thanks Archive.
REVIEW: Happy 22nd Anniversary
22 years ago tonight…should be noted that the tune played at the end of Space is called A
Shenandoah Lullaby from the David & Jerry efforts…
REVIEW great time…
this show was a great time for all the reasons recounted in here already but I have a hard
time giving it 5 stars…things seemed just a little off to me but still good song selection
and good playing throughout…Weir’s part at the 13:30ish mark of the post UJB jam is
beautiful…and the train horn…epic…I remember the stadium just going ape shit for the
“Casey Jones” also…all in all very solid show but short of a 5 star effort…5 stars for fun
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