, attached to 1995-06-23

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Prince Caspian sure was short in these days, wasn't it? Great setlist, as was typical of the time: all killer, no filler. Simple to open the show is interesting... Reba is really good, but my favorite version (12/31/95) hasn't been surpassed so far, in my listening. The You Enjoy Myself vocal jam was a little bit annoying to me during the part where they were kind of making popping noises with their mouths. Run Like an Antelope in the second set is what I'd call a heady version, leading into a segment featuring John Popper on harmonica (Harpua -> Jam -> Llama, Good Times Bad Times.) I think this is the first unfinished Harpua I've ever heard. John really rips on harp through that sequence of tunes. A Day in the Life settles us in for the night.


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