September 14, 1990
Set List:Feel Like a Stranger
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble on Rose
Don't Ease Me In
Fire on the Mountain
The Other One
Attendees of this show
No More Needs To Be Said
Somehow we found parking for the school bus around the corner and held the spot for most of the week. We climbed the scaffolding to get in through the ushers quarters. That wasn't the best idea as they weren't too happy to see us. As we were being led out I offered him the last $20 in my pocket and he walked us right into the show. I love New York!
My Wife's (future wife then!) 1st show........went back the next night just to see and hear again to (I don't know... make sure it wasn't a dream maybe). She's been to shows since....not too many though.....some just don't get it like the rest of us!.....don't let her know I said that ;>}
I ran into the same two guys at the subway station after every show of the six show run without even trying. Well, one guy didn't make it the last time. That was one of those weird deadhead things.
being a NY City native, I lived for the fall runs at the garden. This one was special for one reason in particular. Penn Station was under construction at the time. I noticed a few construction workers walking in a door that lead into a stairwell & directly into the garden. We didn't pay for a single ticket that run.
Like a wise woman once told me, free is better than cheap!!
The show started out alright,but by Wave to the Wind it went down hill. It looked like Phil was showing the tune to the band on stage. My friends and I left duing the song. It was the only show that I ever walked out on.