, attached to 1989-12-30

Review by westbrook

westbrook No first set on the recording, so here's the review for set 2 and the encore. Bathtub Gin is ok and has a deconstruction style jam. Split Open and Melt is a little shaky, but there is a drum solo from Fishman and the jam effectively brings the heat. The following Ya Mar is the highlight of the show for me. Leo plays a very nice solo here. Suzy Greenberg is fun and energetic. Foam has a few rough spots but is ok. My Sweet One and La Grange are good. Trey gets pretty into it during La Grange. Lawn Boy is fine. Golgi Apparatus is played well. The first Auld Lang Syne is played in a strange rhythm so that it segues into Mike's Song. Mike's Song and Hydrogen are routine. Weekapaug Groove is very nice.

3 Stars


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