, attached to 1994-06-13

Review by dr32timmymeat

dr32timmymeat The end of the first set is underwhelming, with Stash (played at previous show), acoustic (a bit zzz) and Julius (meh).

The second set is totally nasty at times but doesn't quite get into a full froth. The flow generated during a hard-rock Cavern and well-executed Reba is stopped cold with Jesus Left Chicago. And then Big Ball Jam is an earsore. The Mike's > Hydrogen > WG is predictably awesome, and the comments about Slave being lit are spot-on. Just a shame that so much filler got into the set.


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