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andrewrose @HarborSeal said:
@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.

It's also a Top Ten, which is just kind of nuts. There's tons of killer stuff from 93-95 I love but ultimately I dig 97-99 more and that's represented on my ballot. I quite like @PearlJamMusic 's list though. Ditto @HortensetheMuleFacedDoll

Also, look, there is no objective voting here. I voted jams that I look to the most consistently for listening, that bring me bliss, that blow my mind. Those effects are inextricable from the experiences with have with them. If we were at the show, or when we first heard the jam, if it was one of the first jams we listened to over and over. I'm fine with that, it's as it should be.


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