SET 1: Makisupa Policeman -> Maze, AC/DC Bag > Scent of a Mule, Punch You in the Eye > Simple -> Catapult -> Simple -> The Lizards, While My Guitar Gently Weeps
SET 2: Possum, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, Axilla (Part II) > Reba, Nellie Kane, Sweet Adeline, David Bowie, Golgi Apparatus
ENCORE: The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Rocky Top
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Review by andrewrose
This is a great, fun show. They played a LOT of shows in 94, and by December Trey was doing absolutely obscene things on his guitar and the band was locked-in. You don't need to peruse that first-set setlist too much to figure out it was a special night. The Simple->Catapult->Simple is no novelty; there is some very interesting and engaging jamming in there. If you're a fan of a blisteringly well executed Maze, Scent, or Lizards, please give a listen. I'm not as familiar with Set II, but I'm pretty sure both the Possum and Reba get the silent jam treatment, with the latter also getting soft and spooky, and spanning almost twenty minutes. Maybe not as good as the one I saw on 7/6/94 back in Montreal, but again, I digress; I've still never been to San Diego.