, attached to 1990-06-08

Review by radiator9987

radiator9987 I had so much fun the night before at the bayou I decided to make the trek up to the Philly suburbs and the infamous East Cabaret. There were quite a few repeats from the night before, but they still seemed fresh and new to me, this being my 5th show. Foam was always a great way to start things off and for the next 35 minutes they didn't let up. After Divided Sky the band caught their collective breath before kicking it back into high gear for Uncle Penn and then a great set closing run of Oh Kee Pa/Suzi/Antelope.

I missed most of Possum in the parking lot but was back up toward the front as they started MSO. From there I got my first bathtub and was more impressed then what I had heard on tapes. The Tweezer doesn't quite compare to the previous nights, but the Mike's Groove was definitely stronger. A fun night at a great old club.


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