, attached to 1992-05-09

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Being close to home brings new energy back to the band for a Mother's Day weekend show. Weird sounding bootleg because of the venue's shape and building materials. Very boomy.

This show starts off very good with a solid Jim and Foam. Sparkle is ok. Melt is pretty solid as well. Guelah is where the night starts to get loose and funny. Trey comments about Mike's mom coming up and seeing him after the Asse Festival section, which takes them into the All Fall Down and Simpson's. Rift is a little rough getting into Page's solo. Fee is ok, leading into a very loose Maze intro. Trey is a little too anxious. Coil is good. Keeping with the Mother's Day theme, IDK features Mimi Fishman, who comes up and starts in on stories of Jon's youth, gets a vac solo, and gets to asks, "Is this a picture of Otis Redding?" Antelope has a sloppy intro, but rocks out the end of the set.

Nice Suzy to start the second set. Trey has tuning problems during Suzy and throughout the begining of Divided Sky. Sounds like he fixed it in the middle hold part. Tela is loose and mellow. Tweezer gets out there tonight, maybe the first one of this kind. Hard to judge a Harpua, they are all good. Great story tonight. Llama rocks as usual. Cold as Ice leads us into one of mom's favorites. Fish blows the lyrics to Rosie. Strangely, for a second time, HYHU ends the Henrietta segment. Golgi is a little sloppy, but a good closer.

The Poor Heart encore also has blown lyrics before the cactus breakdown. Tweeprise is expected, nothing special.

Ok show tonight, fun for sure, but not a lot of wow factor for me. Very loose. I give them a pass because of the Mother's Day antics.
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