, attached to 1992-04-18

Review by jcmarckx

jcmarckx This was my 7th show, and the 2nd of four in a row in a week. I seem to remember that this was originally a private invite-only party, but after word spread around the Warfield the night before, a lot of people planned to go there anyway. My friends and I were convinced enough that it was a good idea to show up and see what happened. However, once we got there (I think I was pretty nervous that we were going to be turned away), they just ushered us in without question. I'm not sure that there were more than a few hundred people there, anyway.
After the blistering show the night before, I wasn't sure they would have much for us on an early afternoon gig. Boy was I wrong. It was a laid back show, but very well played, and lots of fun.
Wilson>Divided was a great start, and the Antelope closer was blistering. The Glide opener for set 2 was a nice touch, and the rest of the set blazed. The SBD has circulated for years, so there is no real reason to go into the performances of each song, so I'll just say that it was one of the most fun afternoons I've ever had!


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