, attached to 1994-12-01

Review by MiguelSanchez

MiguelSanchez this is easily my favorite show of the west coast leg of this tour, and it is a contender for best of the year. I was not at this show, but i saw oyster head here years later. this place is nice and grungy on the inside. it is pretty small with some bleachers in the back and a nice little floor down below. the first set is a little up and down. sample and fefy don't do much for me, but the uncle penn is a winner. maze starts to heat things up before guyute rears its little head. very nice guyute. i didn't know is nice, loose, and fun before a very serios melt comes out. trey was really on top of this one.

after a fairly straight forward first set, the boys really go off in the second. peaches en regalia is always a favorite opener of mine. mound works well next, but then the boys go off on a very nice romp through tweezer. in a year full of weird and crazy tweezer jams, this one really stands out. these norwegian wood teases are very nice. i like they way they work those in the tweezer jams, both here and in red rocks '96. anyway, here, they take it all over the place before landing in the bbfcfm/makisupa land. they keep that funk/reggae feel going into nicu before twisting back into the tweezer them. this one slows down and works its way into a very inspired jesus left chicago. hood, of course, works after jesus. good version with some nice page work. the rest of the show is pretty straight forward.

i would classify this one as a must hear. this tweezer, in some circles, is over shadowed by bozeman, dallas, and bangor, but don't let this one slip through the cracks. it's a marvelous group effort, and it is the last great '94 tweezer.


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