, attached to 1994-10-15

Review by kipmat

kipmat There's nothing wrong with the circulating AUD of this show, but 10/15/94 would make an interesting LivePhish archival release, because the band lowers their volume rather often during this show. The best example is the Catapult section in the middle of the YEM jam, but Reba and Golgi also have extended quiet sections, and a SBD would also capture the band using the group mics for Amazing Grace and Foreplay/Long Time. Plus, there's some mumbled banter at the start of set 2, as the band is checking their vocal mics - it sounds like Trey is saying "I feel like farting" in a silly, weasely voice, before Fishman says, "Aw, I bet Trey thinks this has gone on too long"! Would a SBD illuminate what this was all about? :-)


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