, attached to 1994-04-10

Review by Wazoo

Wazoo On the stool: I don’t recall a stool at all. I am sure that it was there, but this was my fourth show and I feel I should have noted it as odd if he used it for the majority of the show. My recollection agrees with @broomecountyforumite but perhaps it was more like @devoreprise said and I just wasn’t paying attention. In any case –

Opening Set I, Jim was furious – perhaps Trey was out to prove that the “hole” incident would not slow him down. And speaking of holes, how was it that they did not take the opportunity to play “In A Hole”? In any case, as noted the SOAM was hot and while relatively short was cool and dissident and very melty.

In Set II, Antelope is the first one to get out there, and really gets that face-melting/mind-f!*king groove in the middle where you feel that there is nothing to do but explode when they bring it back just in time to breathe. Fluffhead was high energy and the Hood was fiery and a great way to end the set.

While overall Antelope was the heavy of the night, the moment in my recollection that stands out the strongest was Fishman as the king of the swingers.


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