@andrewrose I must say, the 7/6/94 Reba is quite the dark horse as the only jam before '97 to make your list. No Albany YEM, even?Well that's partly a personal favourite; it was my first show, the only one I ever saw in my hometown, and the last time they've been here. It's also arguably the best Reba ever, certainly top 5, and I'm a big fan of Reba in general. I also started listening to it a lot again and it's really, really stood the test of time. The Albany YEM is a classic monster, sure, but I'd argue that the type II peak of this Reba puts it ahead, yes. If I had to choose between the two for a desert island scenario, it wouldn't be difficult.
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