, attached to 1993-08-14

Review by sirchandestroy

sirchandestroy I don't remember too much about this show as 1993 was such a sick year...and such a long time ago. Yes, it was obvious at the time that it was a really special night but time has a lot to do with that. What I do remember is some of the ushers dancing in the aisles a little bit. Also, it was quite strange seeing them in a little theatre -> a huge amphitheatre -> a little theatre three nights in a row. The strangest thing was how sparcely attended the show was for such a huge shed; there couldn't have been more than 5000 - 7500 in attendance that night.

As for The Murat/Tinley being two of the sickest back-to-back shows, I've never thought about it, but I challenge you to find two better. The only possibility (in my experience) would be the greatly unheralded first night from the Roxy, 2/19/93, and the greatly heralded second night. Other than that, you're gonna have to help me out on that one...


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