, attached to 1995-10-21

Review by ADAWGWYO

ADAWGWYO This was a stellar show. It was my 6th of this tour at this point and best except for maybe Spokane(10/7). We didn't know what to think when Tweeprise lit up. I was taping and started my DAT late as I was blown away by what was happening and forgot to unpause my D-7. Great flow and high energy all around. I remember at the "Boy" part of YEM, Trey was like a race horse that couldn't wait to get out of the gate. Man, was he off to the races. Awesome! The Michael Jackson teases worked well here and we all wondered about Halloween. I would find out 10 days later as my last show of this tour.

The lot scene was really laid back(especially compared to Omaha the following year.) I met Amy walking around checking for copyright infringement issues. We parked on the top floor of an adjacent parking garage. It was a self contained ho-down in itself. Lots of energy in the air as it was Saturday and The Cornhuskers were playing nearby as well. The scene hadn't quite blown up yet and this show had a real casual/comfortable feel to it.

Complete opposite of 11/16/96... Wow! Bad vibes! Bad juju! Great show! Weird how that worked out.


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