, attached to 1995-10-15

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw The calm before the storm.

Slave in a rare first set #3 slot, it's strong and has a strong ending as most from this era. Excellent Llama. Bowie has a fairly straightforward jam, but still has the same great fire.

Tweezer moves with ease into it's jam with some fantastic bass work by Mike. As usual a very well played Lizards. Hood is probably the most noteworthy/interesting part of the show. Instead of your typical epic build and release they try something different and basically whisper the Good About Hood portion. I will take the peak any day but still a very interesting approach.

Overall a very average show and the valley before the giant hill they climb up to the peak of all peaks NYE '95.


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