, attached to 1994-10-26

Review by Ifthir

Ifthir I am reviewing this by listening to the AKG c1000 Audience source.

Simple opener, not sure how rare that is, but gets you ready right off the bat.

A strong It's Ice segues into a tentative NICU and then we really get moving with a fantastic Antelope, complete with Machine Gun Trey.

For all the flub-watchers, the transition during Guyute is rather rough...as is the end of Mule which had been really good until the transition into Oh Kee Pa.

Flubs and a rough finish during the 2nd set opener of Rift.

Bouncing doesn't really bear a review as pretty much all versions are identical.

The Reba provides a good liftoff though, pretty much nailed with some very good playing and a nice Trey solo to finish.

A rough but high-energy Axilla part 2 follows and then kind of fades out into the YEM intro which quickly morphs into Vibration of Life and then nicely back into YEM.

After some HYHU silliness and a fine Cracklin Rosie, Bowie gets a slow start with Fishman? saying "When the cows come out to play..." well this Bowie is pretty solid and sure packs the beef.

A nice trio of Nellie Kane, Foreplay/Longtime and an Amazing Grace round out a solid if not spectacular show from fall 1994.


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