This show took place in a parking lot adjacent to The Grove on the University of Mississippi campus. Page teased Take the 'A' Train in Stash. Antelope included a hi-hat solo from Fish. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.
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Take the 'A' Train tease in Stash
Debut Years (Average: 1990)
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This show was part of the "1994 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-10-13

Review by gphishmon

gphishmon No one's reviewed this yet, probably because there are no big jams here. But there's excellent play throughout, particularly on Foam, It's Ice, and the whole Mike's>Groove sequence. Weekapaug, with its start-stop section and typically raging ending, is particularly strong. Bring back the fast Weekapaug, please!!! Stash gets really dissonant and nasty sounding, almost reminiscent of a Split Open and Melt jam. I like how Foam gets really quiet in the middle before building to a standard peak.
, attached to 1994-10-13

Review by Miguelito

Miguelito I’ve made my way through the first six shows of this tour. Things turned up the previous night and the band continues to put on a strong performance here.

Much of the show includes solid Fall ‘94 versions. I really like the set list and am highlighting just a few things. Overall, however, this show is worthy of your time.

It’s nice to get ATR here in the 1st set which was still being played occasionally but was on its way to being shelved as it was only played 8 more times after this one.

I really miss Foam being in the regular rotation. Listening to this stellar version was a treat, as the band takes their time with this one. I love the quiet parts, and then subsequent build up is really fun. This is one of the more exploratory versions I’ve heard and I’m pleased to see it recognized as a highly recommended version. If you’re a Foam fan and unfamiliar with this version I’d give it a listen, or ten.

Stash to close out the first set is an interesting and fairly uncommon set closing choice which works well here. It’s a solid version.

The Antelope and Mike’s Simple sandwich are both enjoyable, and I particularly like when Antelope is played in any spot other than as a set closer. This is the second appearance in a row of the Mike’s > Simple > Mike’s combination and I like the version done on 10.8.94 better. However, it’s still an interesting historical look at how Simple at that point in time and to see how much it’ll evolve.

The Weekapaug is another show highlight, making it two outings in a row where it’s played that role. I’m always fascinated by songs trends like this, especially when they unexpected.

This is a very fun show. I prefer the previous night and 10.8.94 a bit more but I think all of three have merit and are good examples of how the band was playing in the early part of this tour.
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Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show is fairly straightforward....For 94's high standards.

This in my opinion is an experiment show. Some songs are stretched out a tiny bit. There are little experimental moments within some songs. And definitely some experimenting with the setlist.

DWD has a pretty awesome guitar solo by Trey. Foam is stretched out a little bit a pretty top notch version. Stash goes for a little ride with some interesting experimentation.

The second set has a very awkward pace to it. But none the less it has some great peaks. Antelope is pretty stock but strong. This is when things start getting a little bit odd. They slow down with If I could I would. Then go into It's Ice's odd rhythm. And then follow it up with some acappella in Amazing Grace. They proceed with a very strong Mike's Sandwich. They toss in Yerushalayim Shel Zahav to kind of give it a spacey vibe (again experimenting). It is all followed by Weekapaug that gets very experimental with little break down sections by the guys. Near the end Trey just slaughters the guitar, he's totally in control and on fire. Then the guys move around again an play some Phishgrass. Then they get back on electric and play Cavern. Whew! What a workload!

Fire is well fire as an encore.

The whole show is a big experiment and historically may be looked at on the more disjointed and less appetizing side. But these are the shows that made the guys perfect there setlist. And hey the playing in this show is nothing to frown at!
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