, attached to 1995-10-11

Review by Mikesgroover

Mikesgroover The 14-minute Stash openr never gets mentioned but is certainly a must hear version. Trey jokes after it's over, "That last song was 'Live in Concert.'" The "Live in Concert" joke is repeated throughout the first set. Despite a solid Divided Sky and Fog that Surrounds, there's nothing else in the first set that reaches the heights of this Stash.

Second set opens with an extremely strong, high energy Possum. Mike’s is typically solid for the era, with some spacey weirdness around the nine minute mark. McGrupp is such a great interlude during Mike's, a reminder of how well they used to play this song and how much cooler it was when Mike’s “sandwiches” contained a wider variety of meat. A gentle McGrupp spaces out back into Weekapaug. They tease Llama once in the middle of the Paug before actually going into it, never wrapping up the Paug.

The Sunshine of Your Love teases are very pronounced in this Suzy. In one of the weirdest segues I’ve ever heard, Trey just abandons the last Suzy chorus after Fish’s scream to go straight into Crossroads for the second time ever, to the surprise of the band and the crowd. Not sure why Crossroads was dropped completely after '98.

A solid fall '95 show, with a really excellent Stash and interesting Mike's.


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