, attached to 1995-11-11

Review by paulj

paulj It was @TheTimberHo's birthday, and my primary memory of this show is collapsing into our seats at the end of the first set and the kid next us--who'd driven up from New Orleans--turned to her with a joyful smile and said, "Happy Birthday, man!"

This shows smokes from beginning to end. It's been almost 20 years and this remains one the favorite shows I've seen. Although nothing in the second set seems to be a "recommended version", the sum is definitely greater than the parts.


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