, attached to 1993-02-21

Review by EducateFright

EducateFright I wasn't terribly impressed with this show. There are standout flubs here and there (PYITE, The Curtain...), and, most unfortunately, no truly memorable jams. Horn, Esther, Dinner and a Movie, and others are all well-played, but nothing to write mama about. Set 2 closes with a BBFCFM that most discordantly follows Coil.
The encore is the highlight here: the bluegrass medley with the "Reverend" Jeff Mosier sitting in on banjo makes this show a worthwhile listen. The bluegrass(!) GTBT starts out unsure of itself at first, but it steadily finds firmer and firmer ground as all the musicians settle into the groove. The medley comes together nicely, with smooth segues and an infectious happy mood evident in the spontaneity of it all. It's a nice treat tacked on to the end of a subpar show.


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