Don’t Get Me Wrong featured John Popper on harmonica. After Foam, Trey dedicated the song to Pat Metheny, who was apparently playing nearby. After the second HYHU, Fish teased the Charlie Chan theme on woodblock.
Noteworthy Jams
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1990 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1990-10-08

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu This was my first time hearing "Don't Get Me Wrong," which I had been meaning to do since I'm a Reba junkie. It's not bad, though it's just a basic little blues number. I was a bit surprised that Popper didn't sit in on more songs, especially YEM, but it's just DGMW. Speaking of YEM, that's probably the only other real highlight, IMO, a very nice, raging version. Everything else is pretty standard to slightly below average, although the Magilla is...odd. Not bad, really, just weird. Stash kind of falls flat at the end - I think Page has to drop out due to piano problems, which are then mentioned by Fishman. Page comes back in during If I Only Had a Brain, but I wonder if it was the piano issues which are responsible for how short the second set is. In any case, I think three stars for this. Not bad, not great, except for a pretty good YEM.
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