Trey teased Dixie in Foam. 'A' Train contained Yield Not to Temptation (Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit) and Popeye theme teases. The Secret Language Instructions featured Simpsons, Turn Turn Turn, All Fall Down, and Random Note signal introductions. Bowie contained a Simpsons signal after the Instructions and Possum included a Random Note signal. Weekapaug included a Raspberry Beret (Prince) tease.
Noteworthy Jams
Yield Not to Temptation and Theme from Popeye teases in Take the 'A' Train, Raspberry Beret tease in Weekapaug Groove, Dixie tease in Foam
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1992 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-04-29

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill This is a nice mid-west show. Decent bootleg, first half audience, second half soundboard. Reasonably balanced.

Can't complain too much about first set. Pretty solid with the exception of a few rough spots in the newer songs It's Ice and Rift. Not bad just a little uncertain in the solo sections. Cuts in Rift, tape flip I suppose. Nice A-Train and Secret Language into a Bowie closer.

Lots of calls for Llama from some guy before second set. Landlady is good. Possum seems to be missing Trey's vocals. Bad mic? Mound also had an uncertainty about it, but again it's a new song. During Oh Kee Pa you can hear Trey call out Llama to Fishman. Good Lizards and Mikes. Hydrogen has a cut in it, most likely a tape flip. Funny Raspberry tease in Weekapaug, also Trey introduces Henrietta and a brief Cold as Ice from Page during the end of Week. The crowd gets a choice from Fish again for a fast or slow song. Pretty solid Golgi closer.

Horn makes for kind of a weird encore, but Rocky Top wraps things up nicely.

Overall a good show, good energy, not a lot of mistakes, but also not a lot of WOW factor.
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