, attached to 1994-10-18

Review by Split_Open_My_Face

Split_Open_My_Face This show is a hidden gem amongst some great shows all throughout '94. The band was on fire from note one, especially the opening trio of Simple>MFMF>IDK. A brief country tinged stop in Poor Heart, followed by a well played, but fairly straightforward Stash. The dip into Gamehendge was welcome, and the Divided Sky was, as usual, on fire.

The reason to get this show, as noted somewhat above, is the Bowie, Reba, and the acoustic run with Bela Fleck. The Bowie is an absolute monster, and the Reba is a vastly overlooked rendition. The appearance from Bela is the cherry on top, and yes, that Llama is one for the ages. Left me speechless.

I think this one is out on SBD now, so find it so you can hear the full power of that second set.

Great show!


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