Sean Hoppe, an audience member, was invited on stage during Harpua to sing Honky Tonk Women as Jimmy. The Antelope intro and HYHU subsequently included Harpua teases. Antelope also contained a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Page. Split Open and Melt included a vocal jam. Love You contained band intros and an unusually long vacuum solo. Both the YEM vocal jam and Sparkle had “Redrum” screeches from Trey, referencing the movie The Shining. Trey also used his megaphone during YEM.
Harpua and Rhapsody in Blue teases in Run Like an Antelope, Harpua tease in Hold Your Head Up
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1994 Summer Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-06-30

Review by Brandonclick77

Brandonclick77 Why has no one reviewed this stellar show? It obviously gets overlooked from a week of great shows but dont miss this second set!! The Antelope in particular is an off the hook, lightning fast rager, not to be missed and deserves a spot as one of the best ever played...
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Review by WhereisBruno

WhereisBruno This one of my personal favorites. Was still in high school and drove from Washington down to Richmond with tour pals in a combo van (yes indeed, the perfect vehicle for tour). The venue was tucked behind an industrial park, that seemed to be an endless field of mud and maybe even a racetrack. The Amp itself was a rather makeshift space with a roof that looked like a tin can. Of course, we were late and walked in during Rift. I remember my friend alerting me at intermission that I had missed Gumbo - I lost my shit (a rarity at the time).

Second set is just relentless and features he best fan guest appearance on Harpua and top shelf versions of YEM and Antelope. There had been a massive thunderstorm which made the atmospherics of the Harpua all the more compelling.
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Review by brob711

brob711 This show is very good. Solid all around.

First set highlights for me are as follows:

DWD: Very nice rocking jam that reaches a good peak. Nice way to start the show!

Gumbo: Page shines on the baby grand at the end of this Gumbo before > into rift.

SOAMelt: Intense, energy packed jam that just seems to never quit! This is one of the best SOAMelt's of 1.0 in my opinion.

Set two highlights:

YEM->Yerushalayim Shel Zahav->YEM: This is beautiful. The sandwich is placed very well. The jam segment of this YEM is great all over the board. Page shines on baby grand, the jam turns into almost free-form jazz which then morphs into a bass and drums segment reminiscent of the Dead's drums>space from the eighties. The vocal jam features an amusing shining quote with trey screaming "REDRUM" to top it all off.

Harpua: Great as always, this version features an audience member playing Jimmy and singing kareoke "Honky Tonk Women" in the middle. A fun one.

Antelope: This antelope is nuts. The jam is intense and crazy and a wild ride. When listening to this antelope, make sure you have a helmet on.

Great show, 4.5/5.
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