, attached to 1990-04-06

Review by thelot

thelot Not a great SBD source, but not that bad either. It’s an enjoyable listen on headphones. It starts out pretty muffled but gets better after a few seconds.

The beginning of Cavern is cut to open the show. A solid YEM follows. The Rhombus Narrations have definitely been more inspired as of recently. This leads into another fantastic version of Sky. A hot Suzy leads into a strong Antelope set closer.

Set 2 starts off slow with a Carolina opener but switches gears quickly with La Grange and never looks back. Great song selection and flow throughout the rest of the set. Esther pairs well with La Grange. Sloth picks right up where Esther drops off. Hood has a nice extended intro tonight. The crowd is eating out of the bands hand by the end. Afterwards Trey says “Wow! That was wild man!” “Well we’ll just play that one again!” A nice version of Caravan is up next. Beautiful Reba. It sounds like there’s a cut at the start of the jam. I Didn’t Know features Moses on his new Sac-Vac of Boulder. Alumni features the alternate lyrics heard between 12/10/88 through 4/15/89. Solid GXBX to wrap up a fun set. Before the encore, Trey mentions that he was told that the bar was gonna be closed this weekend, that nobody was in town, nobody was gonna be there, so he was super happy with the turnout! The audience was extra pumped up tonight. Fun Jesus Left > Highway to Hell combo to wrap things up.


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