, attached to 1996-10-21

Review by DaReba

DaReba Was here but came in on Sloth. the SPangled Banner opener is classic on listen though. I remember turning to the person next to me when Character 0 came on.I had never heard this song and this was my 4th show and I had mad tapes. I just remember the band pulling MAdison Sqaure Garden with Funk/rock/crazyness and screaming "What SOOONG is THIISS?" lol (It was only the fourth time they'd played it but this was by far the biggest venue)
first set Diiveded Sky . They were ready. Perfect orchestrated section.
the crowd was into it. at one point during the silent Trey solo part someone blows an air horn almost perfect pitch to the Divided sky melody. Trey strokes the note sorta matching the horn the crowd laughs . was awesome. The jam was friggin epic. I saw Clifford Ball Dived Sky and nothing will top that for me besides the Chicago '94 sky. This was HEavy. Trey was happy to lay back in his flying mould of rock Gods just enjoying themselves as Fish flew around on the drums in the background
The stash and waste were some of the most psychadelic music most intese music most arena filling intense stuff i'd experienced in my life. The Waste made me sit down . POSSSUM had dancing and smiling like a sugar bear.
The Second set was perfect in all senses of the word. if you're writing the setlist on a j card its just a comforting feeling . you know the boys were feeling it .
Reba is my favorite song ang to hear it at the Garden made me fart This was a classic 94 setlist with the best of their new stuff thrown in. THE NEXT NIGHT IN FRIGGIN BANANNNERS , though
just sayin


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