, attached to 1990-02-10

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu Average show, with a little slop here and there. Dinner & A Movie, Bowie, and Hydrogen are all fairly messy. David Bowie is not a particularly good version, as in addition to the slop, Trey just gets stuck on a phrase which is repeated ad nauseum for most of the jam. It may be a tease, I'm not sure, but I didn't really care for the jam. On the other hand, Suzy, Contact, La Grange and Weekapaug were all decent, although the Suzy might be a little labored. I'll admit to getting a tear in my eye when Trey and "Rocco" sang Happy Birthday to Kristy. But, all in all, another average show, I think. 3 stars.


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