, attached to 1994-04-09

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw The first set of this show is pretty mish mashy. But you get a lot out of a slightly stretched Gin with the guys feeling it out a little bit. Julius has an explosive and unique solo in it that I quite like. Stash is perfectly executed as is Coil. The set as a whole is very well played, despite a little bit of an awkward flow to it all.

Set two is mostly all around excellent. Of course we have to mention the Reba which is just a gorgeous rendition and so well executed. Peaches > BBJ, Demand is a kind of off part of the set but doesn't take up much time anyways. Mikes Song is strong and powerful and the Groove in general is just spot on excellence. One thing that for sure needs to be mentioned is how fantastic the Slave is from this set. It has literally everything you would want. Well played verses, patient build, and an outstanding peak. It is a version I will most definitely be going back to for years to come. Cavern does what it does closing the set.

Very typical encore that's fun but that's about it.

Overall a gem from early 1994 that is in the same vein as some of the great Summer 1993 shows.


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