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Album artwork for Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90 by Grateful Dead

The best of three Madison Square Garden shows (September 18-20, 1990) on a two-CD set? Yes, please! Actually, Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1 is almost all drawn from the 19th and 20th, but you don’t want to miss the September 18th encore performance of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” an especially moving rendition given keyboardist Brent Mydland’s death two months earlier. This is the tour when both ex-Tubes member Vince Welnick (on electric keyboards) and Bruce Hornsby (on grand piano) ably stepped into the gap left by Mydland, and propelled the band to new heights. A rare ‘90s “Dark Star,” a second set “Let It Grow” that goes off in new and fascinating directions…though Dick’s Picks Vol. 9 came from the same set of MSG shows (September 16, to be exact), many folks feel these dates were superior. Peak ‘90s Dead!

Grateful Dead

Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90

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Album artwork for Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90 by Grateful Dead
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$42.99

Released 12/17/2021Catalogue Number

CD-RGM-1289

Grateful Dead

Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90

Real Gone Music
Album artwork for Album artwork for Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90 by Grateful Dead by Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90 - Grateful Dead
Album artwork for Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1—MSG September ’90 by Grateful Dead
CDx2

$42.99

Released 12/17/2021Catalogue Number

CD-RGM-1289

The best of three Madison Square Garden shows (September 18-20, 1990) on a two-CD set? Yes, please! Actually, Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 1 is almost all drawn from the 19th and 20th, but you don’t want to miss the September 18th encore performance of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” an especially moving rendition given keyboardist Brent Mydland’s death two months earlier. This is the tour when both ex-Tubes member Vince Welnick (on electric keyboards) and Bruce Hornsby (on grand piano) ably stepped into the gap left by Mydland, and propelled the band to new heights. A rare ‘90s “Dark Star,” a second set “Let It Grow” that goes off in new and fascinating directions…though Dick’s Picks Vol. 9 came from the same set of MSG shows (September 16, to be exact), many folks feel these dates were superior. Peak ‘90s Dead!