, attached to 1993-02-13

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This is a really great show. And one that really sets the tone for the year long before Murat and Tinley.

Bowie is a hell of a way to start a show. And this one is short but very sweet, it's fire from the start. Poor heart is very well played as most Phishgrass is at this time. It's ice is great and unique version. And a great straightforward Stash and Maze.

The second set starts with a few quick songs before Tweezer. Basically everything Tweezer onward from this show is fantastic. Tweezer is very solid and thrashing version. Lizards is very well played. Llama is fantastic and has an insane solo from Trey that is very 93'. YEM is very well played and slightly extended for this era with some great peaks by Trey and a little funk with Mike on his own. It also has a pretty great Lion Sleeps Tonight vocal jam. HYHU is a lot of fun and Coil is a great version.

Overall this is one of the better 93' shows to my ear and the recording of it is pretty crisp. Seek this out if you like a good setlist.


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