, attached to 1994-04-11

Review by Mikesgroover

Mikesgroover The night after Trey fell into a hole in Buffalo and sprained his ankle finds the band gamely soldiering on, but failing to really catch fire

The first set gets two jazz tunes: Caravan and a fantastic, high energy version of Magilla. Along with an already polished Julius (getting just its fourth airing) that's about it for highlights during an otherwise perfunctory first set.

The Forbin narration references the previous night's accident, when Trey mentions that the audience falls into a huge HOLE! "Not the kind of hole I fell in yesterday, this is the pleasure hole!" Trey jokes as he describes falling into Gamehendge.

The YEM segment with Trey and Page alternating "Sunshine" teases is amusing, but this version isn't particularly memorable aside from the vocal jam which has the band singing the chorus to "My Soul".

The Possum has a very intense jam and hits a unique peak starting at about 8:20. It's way better than the Suzy closer. Trey's parting words to the audience: "Don't fall into any holes. Whatever you do, take care of your ankle."


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