, attached to 1990-01-26

Review by thelot

thelot Nice SBD recording for this one. Like Hanover there are some flaws. Unfortunately both sets are missing large chunks of music.

Antelope cuts in half way through the jam. This appears to be the middle of Set 1. Another beautiful version of Tela follows. Divided Sky is up next. I can’t imagine what must’ve been going through the minds of some of the lucky folks that were in attendance for this one. Carolina gave everyone a breather before the first known version of Communication Breakdown! This closes out the first half in grand fashion. The band just absolutely slays this version! I wish they continued to play this throughout the 90’s!

Set 2 opens with newly debuted Coil. This version doesn’t differ much from Hanover. This fades into a rippin’ version of Melt. Trey fumbles the first couple verses of Esther and then the tape fades out shortly thereafter. Luckily it fades back in just as Reba starts. There’s some tape warble to start but quickly gets back on track. This version is noticeably faster paced than the versions that have preceded it. Compare this version to the one 6 days ago in Hanover. Great Reba tonight! Jesus Left is up next. Rarely played but always welcome. This version doesn’t disappoint. AC/DC came out of the gate swinging! I thought the pitch may have been off but I think it’s pretty right on. Like Reba this version is noticeably faster than usual. Damn this version kicks ass! Lawn Boy does a nice job of cooling off the small audience. MSO is noticeably faster as well. Nice Foam! Before Caravan starts up Fishman says “here’s one with almost the same beat!” Fantastic version! Unfortunately the tape cuts out following Caravan! Ugh!!!


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