, attached to 1995-11-14

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This show is even better than I remembered! Just unrelentingly tight recital and jamming. And I don't know if I've ever seen another Wedge encore, but the crowd is into it (false start by Fishman notwithstanding!) The Julius in the first set is a total smokeshow, but the big story and most notorious jam of this show is the huge Stash (-> Manteca -> Stash -> Dog Faced Boy -> Stash!) Trey jumps in with a staccato, palm-muted riff alongside the last refrain, and from there I can't even tell you, you just have to experience it. The YEM with Immigrant Song Jam is also amazing. The energy is off the charts here. This show is what a 5/5 is all about, as far as two-set shows go, IMO. (I'd rate it 6/5 if I could, if only there was a big honkin' Split Open and Melt or Runaway Jam in the first set. But for 1995, and even Fall 1995, well... just listen to it!)


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