Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Dog Faced Boy was acoustic and was, along with Sweet Adeline, performed without microphones. Before Dog Faced Boy, Trey introduced Fish for a “balloon and emotion solo...that will reach into your soul and rip your heart out of your body.” Harpua included a Stonehenge quote and Flash Light jam and told of Jimmy attending a Bootsy Collins concert.
Jam Chart Versions
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Flash Light and Stonehenge jams in Harpua
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1994 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-10-16

Review by Harryshappyplace

Harryshappyplace Decent show. Short. Both sets before the encores come in at under an hour. Very nicely executed version of TMWSIY makes for a good first set.

Second set is pretty lackluster to say the least. Antelope is the only jam to speak of and the Fluffhead helps to make this set somewhat bearable.

Encore is sweet with a Harpua to end everything. It almost makes the set worth listening to.
, attached to 1994-10-16

Review by Miguelito

Miguelito This show has a number of strong moments and I would consider it somewhat underrated. With the opening sequence of Rift, Horn and Foam, we’re off to a nice start. After Fee, we come to the first highlight of the show. Melt was one of the first tunes I loved when I discovered the band and versions from this era are often mind-blowing. This may not quite be on that level but it’s a fiery, chaotic version. The remainder of the set is fine, including a welcome TMWSIY > Avenu Malkenu >TMWSIY.

I’ll take The Landlady to open a set anytime. This one does the job admirably, going right into an energetic Julius. That wouldn’t be my top choice for the 2 spot in Set II but once Fluffhead starts, we can quickly move on as we enjoy an excellent version that is a major show highlight. The mid-set Antelope, however, is arguably the highlight of the show and it smokes as the best of versions of this tunes tend to do. A very rare second encore is performed here, and it’s Harpua ta boot. What a way to end the show!

Overall, this is a likable show with some highlights leading me to conclude that the show is a bit underrated. However, those highlights aren’t enough to make this one of the must-listen shows of this excellent tour.
, attached to 1994-10-16

Review by dr32timmymeat

dr32timmymeat This is a maddeningly constructed second set and really entire show. Excellent Fluffhead -- the phish.net description of it being laid back is spot on, I'd just add that Fishman is largely responsible for that -- gives way to BBJ, which is a shame any way you dice. Things get back on track with Antelope, and back off track with a pair of acoustic songs. Sample in a Jar and Highway to Hell do nothing to redeem the setlist.

The heavy hitters are sufficiently heavy, but just too much blah interspersed.
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