I used to have this album, and I wrote it off in the beginning as it was the Dead's attempt to go commercial. I know that after 20 odd years of being together, and having a surprise hit with the "In The Dark" album made them get stars in their eyes, and now they wanted to follow it up with an even bigger hit. However, this was not to be as the Dead tried to get a slick production on this album, and it still sounded 10 years out of date. It sounded like circa "Terripan Station", or "Shakedown Street". Plus Jerry's vocals are weak sounding on this album. Let's face it; the man had been smoking cigarettes, doing hard drugs, and bad diet these things do add up after awhile. As I said I wrote it off in the beginning(1989), but one night in 1993 I was out at a resturant with my family, and in the background music they played the title cut, and from that point on it's become one of my 5 favorite Dead tunes. The rest of the album has it's moments, but it just doesn't quite cut it in the end. Until the surviving Dead release a new album(Jerry died in 1995, and Phil Lesh turns 70 next year)this is the last recording we have of the Dead.