, attached to 1994-06-30

Review by brob711

brob711 This show is very good. Solid all around.

First set highlights for me are as follows:

DWD: Very nice rocking jam that reaches a good peak. Nice way to start the show!

Gumbo: Page shines on the baby grand at the end of this Gumbo before > into rift.

SOAMelt: Intense, energy packed jam that just seems to never quit! This is one of the best SOAMelt's of 1.0 in my opinion.

Set two highlights:

YEM->Yerushalayim Shel Zahav->YEM: This is beautiful. The sandwich is placed very well. The jam segment of this YEM is great all over the board. Page shines on baby grand, the jam turns into almost free-form jazz which then morphs into a bass and drums segment reminiscent of the Dead's drums>space from the eighties. The vocal jam features an amusing shining quote with trey screaming "REDRUM" to top it all off.

Harpua: Great as always, this version features an audience member playing Jimmy and singing kareoke "Honky Tonk Women" in the middle. A fun one.

Antelope: This antelope is nuts. The jam is intense and crazy and a wild ride. When listening to this antelope, make sure you have a helmet on.

Great show, 4.5/5.


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