Trey and Mike teased September prior to Peaches en Regalia. Runaway Jim included Gypsy Queen teases. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and, along with My Long Journey Home and Amazing Grace, was performed without microphones. Trey teased Barracuda before YEM. This version of YEM appears on A Live One.

Gypsy Queen tease in Runaway Jim, Barracuda and September teases
Debut Years (Average: 1990)

This show was part of the "1994 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-12-07

Review by westbrook

westbrook This is a short show clocking in at 2:13 with the most first set looking second set I've ever seen. Aside from the SOAM in the first set, this show has none of the mind-bending exploration that Fall 94 is famous for, and for that reason alone, I would rank this as one of the lesser shows of the tour. But the nice thing about 94 is that even when the jams are scant, you can still rely on incredibly tight performances and Type I play, as evident in Jim, Divided Sky (w/near-silent pause), and the iconic YEM from A Live One.
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Review by earl3542

earl3542 I was lucky enough to go to these shows. The weather was perfect and downtown San Diego had no idea what was about to happen. Parking for the Speckles Theater was anywhere you could find it. There wasn't much of a lot scene - just a bunch of dirty hippies walking around near the venue. The show wasn't sold out but ushers were tight on keeping you outta the aisles. People were puffing tough so no one was getting pinched. The music was incredible as usual. The people in front of us were noobs at their 1st show. They turned to us after the first set and they said they 'never heard any of those tunes but it was awesome'. Aftershow, our friend Suzy got to party with Trey until 3am. She said he smoked all her kind. Puffed like a chimney.

2nd night was different on the scene. Looks like the cops were onto us. 1st night - no police before or after show. 2nd night, cops were on it. You dare not park and puff this night. On the way into the show, a cop was ticketing a phan for jaywalking, his pregnant girlfriend started getting in the cops face and he straight pushed her down on her ass. She was obviously preggo. Not a cool scene. The makisupa was definitely called for. That calmed a tense pre-show vibe. The maze took off and the first set didn't let up. It's still one of my fav first sets. The closer was perf for the mood of the room. Great venue - great 2 shows. Enjoy kids!
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Review by skippy11

skippy11 This show for me is all about the yem! its just sick! best version ive ever heard personally
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