Possum contained a Stash tease from Trey and the Bowie intro included Guelah and ‘A’ Train teases. Even though there was a show the next day, before Foam, Trey noted that this gig would be the last until July since the band was going into the studio to cut an album. Before Dinner and a Movie, Fish noted: “this is a song about America’s favorite pre-nuptial ritual.”
Two things about this show stay with me to this day: 1. There was a person walking around giving out black and white wallet sized photos of a man he was calling "The Guy". 2. I somehow managed to fall asleep at set break leaning against a speaker at the base of the stage. Skills woke me up and I wasn't feeling so hot so I spent the rest of the show next to the merch table near the front door. From there I grooved to the A Train. Curtain->Stash is great.
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