Sparkle was dedicated to “Donna.” Trey announced before Cavern that the band would play a bit more bluegrass; therefore, segments of Cavern were performed in a bluegrass style. Also, Trey altered the Cavern lyrics to “take care of your boots” and referenced a hoedown. BBFCFM included a Follow the Yellow Brick Road / You’re Off to See the Wizard tease and a Make Your Own Guacamole jam, during which the audience made guacamole from band-supplied avocados because the band joked that their traditional post-show guacamole was not supplied.
Noteworthy Jams
Teases
Follow the Yellow Brick Road tease in Big Black Furry Creature from Mars
Debut Years (Average: 1989)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "1992 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-04-06

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Good show that gets really weird towards the end.

First set is good, no real problems until Esther. Trey's guitar is out of tune. The rest of the set is solid. Good Antelope jam.

Second set goes along well until Hydrogen. Sounds like they got caught up in the Zepplin teases and/or Trey didn't want to play it. I thought weekapaug suffered as well. NICU was really weird. New middle solo section that never worked I guess. Llama is good, Mound is coming along, Stash is good. Mike does a Wall Part 3 tease during Fish's song explanation. Uncle Pen is good, and this is where somebody must have been bugging Trey all night about the bluegrass songs because, he really gives it to them good during Cavern. One of the funniest Caverns I ever heard!

I also believe the Furry Creature from Mars was for the guy calling out the bluegrass. Full-tilt guacamole jam!
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