This show was part of the "Mike Gordon - Spring 2014 Overstep Tour"

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, attached to 2014-03-07

Review by splitopenandmelted

splitopenandmelted What a great show!! Loved the aesthetic of the lights--and of this whole album. So much room for dancing; cool big space to go outside between sets; friendly folks waiting in line for booze; cool type-writer set up at the merch table (anyone know what was up with that?? I forgot to check it out)

I am *really* hoping he releases this one for download. I don't think I saw any tapers.

I drove out from Cleveland alone, and dragged a friend from town. It's always funny going solo to a show as a woman, so I'm glad my friend was able to make it. She loved it. She kept saying "this is do whatever you want and dance with your eyes closed music!"

Anyway, this is a great album, and that was a great show. Second set was so great. Either, Yarmouth Road -> Either > Ether....actually I will just wind up typing out the whole thing. Awesome.
Also was super pumped about Pretty Boy Flord. You go, Tom Cleary. You go.
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August 21, 1993
24 years ago
Saltair Pavilion

Set 1: Buried Alive > Poor Heart, Foam, Guelah Papyrus[1], Rift, Stash, Sparkle > The Landlady, I Didn't Know[2], Runaway Jim

Set 2: Possum, Horn, Uncle Pen, Fee[3] > Llama[3], Lawn Boy[3] > David Bowie[3] -> Mind Left Body Jam[3] -> David Bowie[3], Hold Your Head Up[3] > If I Only Had a Brain[3] > Hold Your Head Up[3] > Jam[3] > Harry Hood[3], Daniel Saw the Stone[3]

Encore: Amazing Grace[4], Nellie Kane[5]

[1] Oom Pa Pa and Random Note signals.
[2] Fish on washboard.
[3] Béla Fleck on electric banjo, Victor Wooten on bass, Roy “Future Man” Wooten on drumitar.
[4] Without microphones.
[5] Béla Fleck on electric banjo.

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