Not an amazing show, but definitely a good one, and worthy of a listening.
Touch Of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
The Race Is On ->
Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again ->
Lazy River Road ->
Johnny B. Goode
Samson And Delilah
So Many Roads
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Baba O'Riley ->
Tomorrow Never Knows
Touch is a nice touch, and Jerry does great wah wah work on the GSET to follow. Though not a fan of Jimmy, this one made my ears perk up to be honest.
Bob's voice is subpar on the Race is On> but Dire Wolf makes up for it, and Jerry's energetic playing in the background.
Memphis Blues... LRR... JBG... that's a good way to end a set in my book.
Sunday's sermon kicks of the second nicely, followed by the beloved So Many Roads. Truckin>Gone is pretty typical for the era.
Set ending Dew is nice... not like an 88 set ending Dew, but a nice one. They didn't play this song many times in 93, and even less as a closer of course.
Baba>Tomorrow is a favorite encore of mine. I love the voice effects. This time around the combo is pretty sloppy but still enjoyable... nice outro guitar from Jerome on the Tomorrow.