The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope contained a Simpsons signal. Suzy contained Jimmy Olsen's Blues teases from Trey. The YEM vocal jam was based on My Girl and later featured Trey whispering "Mr. Neil Young." Cavern included a Walk This Way tease from Trey. Prior to Good Times Bad Times, Trey quoted Weigh in response to the crowd.
Jam Chart Versions
Teases
Jimmy Olsen's Blues tease in Suzy Greenberg, My Girl vocal jam in You Enjoy Myself, Weigh quote, Walk This Way tease in Cavern
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1993 Winter/Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1993-04-03

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill North of the border we go for the only show at the 86th Street Music Hall, 45th of the tour, and it's a pretty good one overall. The recording or transfer again was marred by some digital or bad cord noise. I would love to hear the soundboard of this one.

Nice Landlady to open with, good, but not great leading right into a Rift, which was a mess. The timing still needs to be worked on. Guelah was good, a little off spot at the end, but good. Sparkle was good and controlled. Melt was rocking with a really nice jam. The early first set Coil was good with Page's solo making way for Trey to pick up the acoustic for a decent My Friend. Reba was pretty solid, just a little spot at the end. Horn had rough middle from Trey's part, but not too bad. Antelope is absolutely rocking, and a great closer to this set.

Good Suzy to open up second set with a nice jam. Stash was rough at times, but had a great dynamic jam. Seemed like Trey flubbed the lyrics in the middle. Mound was rushed, ok but rushed. And so was ATR. Fishman settled in a little more and they pulled it off. Sloth rocked, not the best Sloth, and they didn't really do the normal end count. YEM was great! Definitely check this out. And if that wasn't enough Page rips into a nice Jesus! Very well done, dynamic and rocking. My Sweet One was super fast and featured a full four-minute pause at the end. HYHU brings Fish out for some introductions and a swinging Love You. Very fast like the rest of the set. Cavern is a great closer to this rocking set.

Sounds like Trey teasing Weigh lyrics before they do a solid GTBT to encore tonight’s four-star show.

Again, I'd love to hear a board copy of this show to get the full effect. Highlights: Melt, Reba, Antelope and YEM, Jesus in the second set.
, attached to 1993-04-03

Review by westbrook

westbrook Spectacular renditions of Stash and YEM in the second set definitely vault this show into 4 star territory after a perfectly acceptable opening frame. For both songs, this was about as well as they had been jammed up to this point and they remain all-timers to this day. Stash was in the middle of one of its hottest runs ever (3/30-4/5) and I would call this YEM my favorite pre-94 version.

Stash is really loose in the composed section and that loose playfulness carries over into the jam which is very jazzy at first before it ramps up for a strong finish. YEM's jam comes charging out of the tramps segment with Page lighting things up and builds into much more of a full group groove than the usual Trey solo section. If you want to know where the power rock of 95 came from, start here.
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