Soundcheck: Jam > Funky Bitch > Jam, Poor Heart > John Hardy, Amazing Grace, Poor Heart

SET 1: Wilson > Sparkle > Simple -> It's Ice -> Mind Left Body Jam > It's Ice > If I Could, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, Divided Sky, Amazing Grace[1]

SET 2: Maze, Fee[2] -> Scent of a Mule, Tweezer, Lifeboy, You Enjoy Myself -> The Vibration of Life -> You Enjoy Myself, Tweezer Reprise

ENCORE: Sample in a Jar

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Tweezer contained a Power of Soul tease and YEM contained a Frankenstein tease. The YEM vocal jam was based on Hello Skinny. Amazing Grace (both in the soundcheck and during the show) was performed without microphones. The soundcheck's first Poor Heart featured alternate lyrics and the second Poor Heart was the slow version.
Teases
Power of Soul tease in Tweezer, Frankenstein and Hello Skinny teases in You Enjoy Myself
Debut Years (Average: 1990)

This show was part of the "1994 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-11-23

Review by westbrook

westbrook This is simply a fantastic show in the middle of an incredible run from 11/22-12/1. It really doesn't get much better than this. The first set gets off to a brisk start with Wilson>Sparkle and Simple->It's Ice is the first highlight of the show with a cool segue. It's Ice itself is great too. After a beautiful If I Could and the energy-boosting pair of Oh Kee Pa Ceremony (with laughing like in the studio version)>Suzy, the set closes with a soaring Divided Sky and Amazing Grace. The first set is very good, but the second set takes it to another level.

Set 2 gets off to a great start with a smoking Maze and is followed up with the crowd-pleaser Fee, which segues into Scent of a Mule. And then comes the TWEEZER, which is top 5 material for me. It's just a gorgeous jam with ambient sections, a mind blowing return to the Tweezer theme, and thrilling peaks. Listen to this jam asap if you haven't heard it. The SBD was released on From the Archives Bonnaroo. Lifeboy is one of my favorite ballads and is always a great choice following Tweezer. The following YEM is spectacular as well. Tweezer Reprise wraps up the phenomenal second set and the Sample encore doesn't take anything away from this throwdown of a show.
, attached to 1994-11-23

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Pretty solid first and second set.

First set really gets going with a fiery Simple in its ‘94 spot early in the first set. The segue into It’s Ice is seamless and pretty fantastic. If I Could is played super well. Suzy is fun. Divided is played very well. This set is super short feeling but feels very filling all at once.

I like the opening mix of songs to open the first set. Maze starts a fire. And Fee -> Mule is a a nice little journey to Tweezer. Tweezer has a great multi part jam. It settles into a nice mellow ambient feedback jam, that grows into a beautiful triumphant peak. It then gets rumbly and evil before going into the Tweezer Ending Coda. YEM is fun (probably more for the audience than the listener) because of the Vibration if Life section. But the Vocal Jam is actually noteworthy for its really pretty ending. Tweeprise destroys as usual.

And a little fire from Sample at the end.

Overall a great “above average” ‘94 show.
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