The ending of Fluffhead and the beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar.  My Friend subsequently contained a Baby Elephant Walk tease from Page. Lawn Boy was dedicated multiple times by each band member to Fish's parents, who were in attendance at the show. This Weekapaug included atypical, jazz-laced jams. Lengthwise featured Mimi Fishman on vacuum and band members parading around the stage with cheerleading banners proclaiming: “Winners PLAY HARD” and “WE WIN IN OUR GYM.” There was an unusually long break before the Fire encore.
Noteworthy Jams
Teases
Baby Elephant Walk tease in My Friend, My Friend
Debut Years (Average: 1988)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "1993 Winter/Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1993-04-23

Review by soundboy1

soundboy1 This show was about 40 miles from where I was going to college. At this time Phish was huge at my college. Nectar was out and Lawn Boy was still a huge favorite. I honestly don't remember much about the quality of the music at these shows. I wasn't very critical at all. Just being able to see the band I listened to all day was good enough for me.
I do remember some stuff about this show. First of all it was in a college gym. I thought that was pretty cool because my previous shows were in much larger more professional venues. I thought it was pretty cool when the banners came out. I was also kind of puzzled when Trey played acoustic. In my experience to that point they only played high energy ragers and I didn't want to hear anything mellow or slow. Mimi came out as well and I just figured she was at most of the shows. I didn't know Fish was from Syracuse and she wasn't traveling with the band. This was the first time I heard them play Highway to Hell ever and i was blown away. The reason for the long break before Fire was because they broke curfew and the school tried to kick them off the stage. So they played the encore with the house lights on. I thought that was pretty punk rock and respected them even more after that.
, attached to 1993-04-23

Review by troutbumnh

troutbumnh The sound check also included Horn and Funky Bitch. I was on the student crew and we were all trying to stick our head in during the sound check. Someone told me i could stay in if I held the door shut from others getting in, so I got to watch the whole thing. 20 years ago (!)
, attached to 1993-04-23

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill This is the only show at the Cotterell Court, 58th of the tour and a homecoming of sorts. With Fish’s parents in attendance, there is a light mood in their playing and the magic of the Midwest tour continues. Good recording and no real sound problems for Paul tonight, maybe a few spots of feedback here and there.

Solid Jim opener to get things rolling, then a double shot of Rift material with a good Weigh and Sparkle. They did that the other night in Columbus as well. Melt was good, Fluff was ok for the most part, though the Clod was a little rough. Fun transition as Trey picks up the acoustic during the end jam of Fluff and leads right into a good My Friend. Divided and Guelah also fall into the good category tonight, maybe a few off notes here and there. Great dedication to Fish’s parents before Lawn Boy with full on stage banter, definitely check this out. Chalk Dust makes for a rocking closer to this pretty solid first set.

Bam! Golgi rocks the opener position of second set right into the ticking of Maze. Page is on fire tonight and he gets the bust-out next with a rare Curtis Lowe. It was a bit rusty, but not too bad. Continuing with Page, Ice was pretty average for this tour. Paul was super fast as Fish pushes the beat, Page digs in for a great piano solo. Then the Balls come out… Mike’s was good with kind of a weird jam at the end. The Simple lick is kind of there, but the last few Mike’s jams have been disjointed and a bit aimless. Hydro had it’s usual roughness and I’m sure some sort of stage antic were going on. Weekapaug also had a weird jam and the end was not smooth. HYHU brings Fish out for a special moment with Mimi on the vacuum while he sings Lengthwise. Coil goes back to the late set spot and this one is pretty good. Page shines again as usual to bring this set to what I thought would be a close, but Highway makes it’s next appearance and rocks the house in a double encore feel even though its still rusty.

Fire is the actual encore tonight and rocks just as hard.

This kind of looks like a Mike show on paper, but Page really shined tonight and he deserves the four stars, maybe more? Nice personal feel to this one overall with the parents in attendance.
, attached to 1993-04-23

Review by Issiah

Issiah This show was little... It wasn't quite bar little, but not much bigger. Can remember standing next to Fishman's Drums just hanging out. A bunch of kids from High School were there. It's really something looking back and thinking about how it grew into Limestone... At the end of the year they were playin the Centrum in Worcester,MA. That was big! And they played their hearts out. They really just played their hearts out and connected so deeply...
, attached to 1993-04-23

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September 29, 1990
26 years ago
23 East Caberet

Set 1: Divided Sky, Dinner and a Movie, The Landlady, Ya Mar > Buried Alive > Bouncing Around the Room > Possum[1], Magilla > David Bowie -> Happy Birthday to You[2] -> David Bowie[3]

Set 2: The Squirming Coil > Tweezer, Gumbo, Uncle Pen, Stash, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Encore: Lawn Boy

[1] Two Charlie Chan signals; also Oom Pa Pa and Popeye signals.
[2] Sung by the band to Trey.
[3] Charlie Chan and How High the Moon signals.

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