, attached to 1994-11-22

Review by Penn42

Penn42 This is my second favorite show of Fall '94. The first is great, though very straight forward like the majority of first sets from this era. Foam and Guyute anchor this set well and they shred on Poor Heart and Disease as usual. Really solid first set.

Now for the real meat of the show: the second set. Funky Bitch is spunky and the jam out of it is absolutely nuts. This is a jam to hear at all costs. Clocking in at 22 minutes (not including Funky Bitch proper), this jam goes the distance. I won't break it down other than to say that, to me, there are three broad, distinct sections before they segue into Yerushalayim Shel Zahav. Following that craziness is a really nice Beatles (Cry Baby Cry) > The Curtain > Beatles (Blackbird) sandwich. Next is Jim -> BBFCFM, which is energetic and completely out of left field. I love that segment! The bluegrass section of this show is strong and the audience member chosen Hood is good as well. The Lizards in the encore slot is something I will never complain about.

All-in-all, a stellar show top to bottom. 5 stars.


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