, attached to 1993-02-03

Review by dscott

dscott Wild, zany show! First set features a couple of debuts played solidly, including a different early arrangement for The Wedge. Bowie is strong but unexceptional.

Set 2 is where the highlights are found. Tweezer is one of the better pre-'94 versions, with charged jamming and clever vocal interpolations. YEM is a must-hear version: My Girl tease during a beautifully extended intro section, crisp jamming, and the hilarious "Water your team in a beehive I'm a sent you" lyrics - not just once, but substituted for the entire "Wash Uffizi" segment!!! Lifeboy is a contemplative, yet energetic debut. The Fishman feature is laced with amusing banter about poor Marley being too old & fat to go on tour. Possum is an above-average shred-fest, and it includes an obvious tease / mini-jam on "You Don't Love Me" (popularized by the Allman Brothers).


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