, attached to 1992-04-16

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc Wow. Sometimes the magic really comes across on the tape. Buried>Possum is a fantastic opener, the band sounds incredible. It's Ice has been sounding good but here it sounds great. I'll always have affection for Bouncing, it's perfectly placed here. The back half of SOAM absolutely rips. Rift has some bumps as does Fee but nothing major. Nice little -> to Maze. Maze is really great. The Gamehenge portion of the evening (that is Forbins through Mockingbird) is absolutely wonderful, you just have to listen. Antelope is sort of low-key but so good. What a set. Thank you, we'll be right back, don't go away.

Sanity, awesome opener. A blistering Llama with some extra English on it takes us into a well placed Lizards with good energy. Mike's is great, I think the jam gets of to a bit of a rocky start but quickly comes together and is excellent. The clear peak here for me however is the Weekapaug jam, just listen to it... transcendent. And hey, here's Horn, neat. Poor heart is good and the show winds down with characteristic spring '92 playfulness. Suzy is a typically great high energy version. Fish shines all throughout the home stretch and the Sleeping Monkey encore is perfect.

This is a top shelf show for the era. The band is riding a wave of great shows and in this one almost every song is a high light. Listen to it ASAP.


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