, attached to 1989-04-19

Review by Powderhound

Powderhound Just got on here. Not sure how to update setlists. The only song I clearly recall from this night is Harry Hood. I recall that because Trey told the extensive story of writing the song while he and Fishman were on the beaches in Greece and imagining what was going on back at home. They came to the funny thought of what was happening to the food and milk left in the fridge. And of course our famous milk cow Harry would want to join them on the beach in Greece. So when the lights go out, Harry would fly around the globe like superman, (supercow), and meet them. Kind of a strange night as the place had maybe 65ish people that night. We basically had a cocktail table at the stage. Hardly any dancing this night. I boogied several times and a few others. But mostly folks sitting at their tables. They were listening and clapping enthusiastically at the song breaks. But one of the two most chill, laid back shows by any bands I've seen of that caliber.


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