Glide was preceded by an All Fall Down signal. Tweezer featured Colonel Bruce Hampton on trombone. YEM included a Me and My Arrow signal, a Dave’s Energy Guide tease, and a Welcome Christmas tease in the vocal jam. Carolina was performed without microphones. The Aquarium Rescue Unit opened this show.
Teases
Dave's Energy Guide and Welcome Christmas teases in You Enjoy Myself
Debut Years (Average: 1989)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "1992 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-04-30

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Another solid night in the mid-west. Pretty good sounding bootleg, well balanced.

A little crackle in the sound system during Curtain to start off with. Not a bad Curtain, just ok into a good solid Melt. Fee was pretty standard which slipped into a really good Maze. Page is back to the organ and this might be the first great Maze! Except the end is rushed, but still tight. Reba is a little better than average for this tour. Pen and Stash are nice. Rift still has it's problems during the solo sections. Esther is ok, not great. I think Trey changed the lyrics to tumbled and died instead of they flutter and glide too. Antelope is a solid closer. It has a cut to another source or tape flip though.

Funny signal to start Glide second set to see if anyone was at last night's show. Look who's in the freezer, Bruce Hampton! Solid Tweezer. Coil is good, and Mind of its Own. Unfortunately the YEM jam gets cut by a tape flip I think. Pretty good YEM though. Horse>Silent fades in on side B and still isn't up to par yet. Chalkdust is standard. Pretty uneventful Fishman section. Nice Hood. Tweeprise is expected and standard.

Carolina was missing from the bootleg I heard, but Cavern was there in all it's glory. Always a good encore.

Good solid show again tonight, pretty good energy, not a lot of mistakes.
, attached to 1992-04-30

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc Oh yes. I will take a Curtain opener followed by SOAM, thanks so much guys. Very fun SOAM. Deft transition in Fee-> Maze, and the Maze is really good! Best of the tour so far (probably). We are then treated to very-good-for-the-era Reba, albeit with a bit of a stumble at the end. This show is very good so far. You can feel the buzz spreading through UW. Pen is nice.

Stash is incredible, Trey shredding, the band locked in, they are on fire in this set!

Rift is decent, still a newer song. Esther is kind of a funny call here. But it doesn't matter because...

MONSTER Antelope here! Machine Gun Trey is in the f*cking building folks.

Set 2. We Glide into a must-hear Tweezer, Bruce Hampton (apparently) playing trumpet, Trey screaming Bruce Hampton and cackling. Very good jamming as well. Coil is Good, My Mind... is also good. We are looking forward towards Y.E.M. What does the YEM hold? It's missing a minute, I know that there are complete versions out there somewhere... It's pretty good! Mike and Fish are locked in. Good Trey and Page interplay. I like it.

Horse Silent, great call. Chalk is ok, nothing special. Fish really goes in on Cracklin' Rosie tonight! I really felt good about Hood Here, just found myself enjoying the heck out of it. Tweeprise, great closer. Cavern is a perfect kicker.

Great show tonight. Band locked in, everyone giving a great performance.
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