Wilson included Oom Pa Pa, Simpsons, and Key Change signals. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Ginseng was performed acoustic and without microphones. Weekapaug included a Divided Sky tease and was unfinished.
Jam Chart Versions
Teases
Divided Sky tease in Weekapaug Groove
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1994 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-05-14

Review by Mikesgroover

Mikesgroover Two standout songs in this show. The Reba is probably one of the most underrated versions of the year. It's pretty fast-paced and bristling with energy, with a really exciting build-up to the ending. The crowd really responds and its worth a listen.

The Mike's Song has a creative intro and a weird jam section that goes in a number of different directions and tempos, with lots of exploration in a short time frame. The Weekapaug has a distinct Divided Sky tease at about 4:10 that's really cool, but is otherwise nothing special. The band transitions smoothly into TMWSIY, but that's where the second set begins to lose energy and momentum.

Bold as Love is unfortunately a sloppy mess. But the Reba is definitely worth a listen and the Mike's Groove has its moments.
, attached to 1994-05-14

Review by SplitOpenAndMule

SplitOpenAndMule I find beautiful playing in this show. The crowd is exceptionally quiet, and as with other similar crowds, the band rewards the fans with more Gamehendge. The return to TMWSIY is one of the quietest, most delicate versions of the song I've ever heard. Also great playing by Page in his Lizards solo, and check his impassioned vocals in the Axis encore.

Agreed with the other reviewer, the Reba and Mike's Groove are really the only standout jam highlights, but I think the playing in this show is still great, and the standard Bowie is a good time too.
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