Before Fish’s vacuum solo in I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Greazy Fizeek” and suggested that he will “paint a musical picture in his mind with the Hoover vacuum cleaner about what he thinks of Mike’s special black socks that he is wearing tonight.” My Sweet One contained an extended pause and a Random Note signal before the ending. Trey briefly teased Purple Haze during the intro to Cavern.
Purple Haze tease in Cavern
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1994 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-04-17

Review by westbrook

westbrook A typical Spring 94 show more or less, but the Bowie and Wolfman's are well worth checking out. This is probably the best version of Wolfman's until the historic 3/1/97 version on Slip Stitch Pass. The Reba, like pretty much every other 94 version, is a good listen too, and the band does some different whistling at the end of the song . There is a SBD recording of this show on the spreadsheet by the way, upping the appeal of pulling this one down. Happy listening.
, attached to 1994-04-17

Review by Miguelito

Miguelito This show has all the signs of an underrated gem. Off the bat, it’s 1994 so that’s an automatic good start as this was such a landmark year for the band. Next, a soundboard is in circulation, which I would think makes this show more attractive.

Highlights from the first set include the set-opening Loving Cup, which has only happened a handful of times, moving right into the ever-welcome Foam. The DWD, while short and still evolving, packs a punch and moves deftly into If I Could.

The second set is pretty packed, and highlights include an amazing Bowie, followed by an amazing Wolfman’s being played only for the fourth time. As with many from this year, the Reba is spectacular. Maze too is worth a listen. It’s quite a set with a handful of very strong tunes. Plus we get a Bold as Love encore, which I’ll always welcome.

Overall, this show deserves greater recognition and to my ears is without a doubt underrated.
, attached to 1994-04-17

Review by Choda

Choda I love 1994!!!!
, attached to 1994-04-17

Review by WhereisBruno

WhereisBruno This gig was initially not in the published DS yet the date had a note that said: "A performance will happen on this day" With no DC area shows announced, we were hopeful (I was a freshman in HS!) but none of us had predicted the Patriot Center, a 10K-seat college basketball arena, which was large for this tour.

The show was probably 2/3 full but we scored 4th row center and got to watch Trey rock out, injured ankle and all. Loving Cup and Reba remain standout versions to this day

6 months later the band would return and set at the time, the concert attendance record.
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