@ChalkDustTeacher said:I did too, last night. But I thought all of these sounded too much like 1994, one of the few years I feel like I know a little bit about. Then this morning, I read the show notes on 11/26, and noticed the part about the Slave from that show appearing on ALO and thought, "that has to be it since it's coming out on vinyl soon." Anyway, congratulations again. Great work to you and to @ucpete for yet another tough MJM.@serpent_deflector said:Yesterday I thought briefly that the theme might be Orpheum Bowies! They played Bowie three times at three different venues called the Orpheum - two in 1994 and one in 1992. The 1992 version was obviously not correct though (Page's keys). Would have been a cool theme, but probably too easy.
Perhaps not on It's Ice. I listened to the Bowie from this show (and even for a short time, thought the theme was Bowies from shows featuring tracks from ALO since there are three) but I mostly stuck to the noteworthy jams from each show. I know that's a mistake but I couldn't listen to every jam and had a lot of buffering issues.
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