, attached to 1993-02-06

Review by hieronymous

hieronymous Two distinct memories from this show (I wasn't aware of the kid whose hair got set on fire) - during Buried Alive they brought out what looked like a rolling tray on wheels covered with a sheet - they are playing the song and I remember thinking "What is going to happen?" I thought maybe it was an erupting volcano like kids would make for science class and I was imagining getting splattered with volcanic goo. But instead, for the solo Trey whipped it off and it was John Popper in a wheelchair! I think this was after he had had a motorcycle accident (though I seem to remember him also being in a wheelchair for the H.O.R.D.E. tour the year before too). Then, on either Buried Alive or Possum, right when his harmonica solo was peaking - HE STOOD UP!!! The crowd went nuts! So awesome. I had forgotten the false starts for Fire, but I do remember being pretty psyched to see Noel Redding play - I had never seen him live before but was a huge Hendrix/Redding fan (though now I'm more of a Billy Cox guy) - the performance wasn't very good as someone else mentioned, Noel Redding seemed to get lost, but still a legendary event.


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