Soundcheck: Dog Log, Funky Bitch, Buffalo Bill
SET 1: Maze, Sparkle, Foam, Punch You in the Eye, Fee, All Things Reconsidered, Split Open and Melt, Fluffhead > Divided Sky, Cavern
SET 2: Wilson > Runaway Jim > Mound, Tweezer, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Big Ball Jam > You Enjoy Myself, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, The Great Gig in the Sky > Hold Your Head Up, Tweezer Reprise
ENCORE: Amazing Grace, Rocky Top
Wilson contained a Simpsons signal. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. YEM contained a teases of Mission: Impossible theme and Speed Racer theme. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones and wsa dedicated to the band's tour bus driver, Heavy Duty.
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Review by Miguelito
Next up are Fee and a very welcome All Things Reconsidered. The rest of the set doesn’t let up, with a raging Melt, a solid Fluff and Divided Sky before closing it out with Cavern. Not too shabby, and this is probably my favorite set of the ‘93 Warfield run.
Wilson starts things off for the second set and it too sets the high energy tone that is sustained throughout this set. The Jim that follows is excellent, being just a bit exploratory but staying type I. Sometimes that’s all that’s needed and it fits here. The Mound that follows is nice, leading into a somewhat short, but still fantastic Tweezer. The build on this one was really fun to listen to, and the band nicely slows and quiets it down as the band drops into The Horse. There is a bit of weird twanging from Trey but otherwise this and the subsequent Silent in the Morning are solid.
After BBJ we wind up in YEM. This version is nothing all that extraordinary but that really is meaningless. I’d take a run-of-the-mill Spring ‘93 version like this today anytime, any day. It’s just phenomenal and superbly played. Following this is a nice sequence of Oh Kee Pah > Suzy, leading into Tweezeprise to close out the set.
Overall, this is a nice show with a few highlights, including a very high energy first set.