, attached to 1994-11-22

Review by Harryshappyplace

Harryshappyplace This is easily one of the best shows of the Fall tour. The first set is very standard for the time, although everyone loves a Buried Alive opener and its smokin and straight to the point.

The second set, obviously is where it all happens. The boys waste no time and rip into Funky Bitch with all the fixin's to boot. The jam out of this song is just epic and it is hard to find words to justify exactly what goes on during it. Its starts out fiery and frantic before settling into a sort of spacey weightless that builds into a Tweezer-like jam before dropping again into the soundscape that eventually provides the bridge to Shel Zahav. The whole set flows beautifully from there with Cry Baby Cry > Curtain > Blackbird as a wonderful cooldown before more zaniness with Jim > BBFCFM. The bluegrass was and had been, all tour, a great edition and provides another great breather to allow people to reattach their jaws to their face. The fan requested Hood is just as glorious as any Hood has been during the tour and a blistering Highway to Hell caps it all off. The Lizards encore is unexpected and welcomed with open arms and is the absolute icing on the cake for a wonderful, wonderful evening of music.

Hope this couch review helps paint a picture of what may have gone on that night, but I can tell you that listening to this has made my Tuesday night that much better.


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