, attached to 1993-12-29

Review by dogfacedboyman

dogfacedboyman Man one of my first, seems so faint in my memory, was a newbie, didn't know alot of songs yet. Remember the cool giant fish tank stage set that was around the band, and the big ball jam blew my expectations of the concert away. I can remember one guy on floor holding the big ball tightly and not letting it go, so the plastic ball strecthed and the music following the movement. Show seemed brightly lit and colorful. It blizzarded so hard that nite we had to turn around after the show to drive back to New Haven to stay at one of my buddies Yale frat/social club houses. Was very cool in snow storm at social club balcony overlooking Yale square smoking our own out of their social club cerimonial pipes. We were only ones there, it was winter break no one on campus. Such a cool memory.


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