, attached to 1995-06-08

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Very interesting show. Some good stuff, some new stuff, and some standard stuff.

The first set features a very solid Jim. No real jam but still unique and intense at the end. Reba is also straight forward but still very strong in its own right. Rough first version of prince Caspian.

The second set is one of those strung together almost off sets. Simple is an odd version because it features no guitar solo, which makes it feel weird and no payoff for the build. Free is an early rough version but it is unique in the fact that the mid section is experimental and eerie, nothing like what it would grow to sound like. Then comes Tweezer. I look at this as the first step for Tweezers epic decent into jam history. Basically each Tweezer for this half of summer becomes bigger and bigger. This is the first real dip into the abyss for Tweezer during this year and it is a very quirky jam with tons of teases. They are really feeling it out and finding their bearings, This is the building block of the amazing epic jams to follow. Nothing sticks out too much for the rest of the set.

Good Times Bad Times is an especially noteworthy version as Trey destroys the place.


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