, attached to 1994-05-06

Review by Mikesgroover

Mikesgroover The night before the infamous Tweezerfest, the band played Houston. I'm guessing a lack of ticket sales was the reason for the last-minute venue switch. The first set and encores of this show don't circulate.

The Maze has a really interesting chaotic and distorted section at about the 8:30 mark that lasts about a minute, somewhat unusual for this era. Reba is unremarkable. The Bowie incorporates a quiet, sparse section in the beginning of the jam before building up steam and finishing strong.

Everything else is standard for the era, with the Julius not reaching the heights of some other spring '94 versions.


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