, attached to 1990-02-24

Review by adamopp

adamopp My 1st show. For at least a year, I had been hearing great things about this really tight, Zappa-esque band from Burlington. Despite having lived in Maine for most of the 1985-1990 time frame, it wasn't until this gig in my hometown that I had the chance to see 'em for real. As I recall, the Bayou did not even open the 2nd balcony level because there was not enough of a crowd expected. Cover was about 5 bucks I think. Oh man, was my jaw on the floor from the first note!. So clean, so tight, yet loose at the same time! I made sure to purchase a cassette of Junta before I left that night. Nice to finally see this show in digital circulation!


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