The Fall of '90 shows the band (and especially Trey) with energy to burn, in spite of a grueling touring schedule. This show is no exception. From the sound of the audience, it appears they drew a pretty good crowd at this liberal arts college in the middle of Indiana early in their career.
Reba to open the show? Yes, please, even if it's nothing special.
The Landlady is short but SIZZLING as is the Buried Alive.
Mike's Groove adds a bit of extra jangly guitar to the intro, but is otherwise a standard fall '90 version with enough fire to be exciting without veering into any unusual territory
Suzy has some amusing vocal antics, including some shouting and a mention of "Mr. Tambourine Man". YEM has Trey repeating "Solid Gag (or bag)"(?) over and over in various places and a particularly long vocal jam that ends with them repeating "The Asse Festival" before playing it. Llama, in its 7th outing, is pure heat as well.
During Fishman's vacuum solo in Bike, Page and Mike play a background jam that sounds just like "My Soul". Possum has some "Foam" teasing from Trey in the quiet buildup.
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