, attached to 1994-10-20

Review by Miguelito

Miguelito A notch or two below the previous show, this contains a phenomenal Hood that is a must-listen for anyone who’s a fan of the tune.

The Melt > Kung > Melt sandwich in the first set is worth mentioning but as I often feel when Kung interrupts a jam, here I would have preferred Melt without Kung. Apologies to all the Kung fans out there.

The Lengthwise > Maze set II opener is fun, reminding me of the sequence from the studio album. It’s worth nothing that this is the first Lengthwise in 99 shows, and it won’t be played again for 291 shows, appearing on 7.29.98. The Maze is a spectacular version, typical for the era. Also, McGrupp makes its tour debut,being played last at the show I caught at Great Woods earlier that year.

Overall this is a solid show with one really exceptional song - Hood - that alone makes the show worth checking out.


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