, attached to 1994-12-07

Review by westbrook

westbrook This is a short show clocking in at 2:13 with the most first set looking second set I've ever seen. Aside from the SOAM in the first set, this show has none of the mind-bending exploration that Fall 94 is famous for, and for that reason alone, I would rank this as one of the lesser shows of the tour. But the nice thing about 94 is that even when the jams are scant, you can still rely on incredibly tight performances and Type I play, as evident in Jim, Divided Sky (w/near-silent pause), and the iconic YEM from A Live One.


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