, attached to 1990-11-30

Review by thelot

thelot Fantastic audience source available for this show! Big thanks to John Redmond for yet another killer audience recording!

A good portion of Landlady is cut to kick things off. Solid Mike’s Groove with a blistering ‘Paug. Beautiful Tweezer! Another smokin’ Llama! Amazing Possum to close out set 1!!! Trey holds a note for a minute plus!

The Asse Festival opens up set 2 for the second time in it’s short life. Solid versions of Stash and Lizards. Stash has some Buried Alive teasing that’s not noted. Gumbo features a bone solo from the author and a really nice ending. This slams right into a majestic Sky. I Didn’t Know features a vacuum solo from Mrs. Bob Seger tonight! Sloth provides a nice bridge into a fire Antelope closer. The Marco section has to be one of the longest up to this point. Trey mentions at the start of the encore that he’s very happy to be ending a 3 month tour in Keene. Page teases Manteca during Caravan, giving a nod to the amazing Caravan/Manteca/Caravan mashup in Fort Collins a month prior. Great solo from Cactus in this version. A high energy Suzy wraps up yet another incredible 11/30 show! At the close of Suzy Trey says to “Give all of your money to Keene Bagel Works!” Fish then repeats this over and over like an auctioneer. lol Also, it’s not noted but Suzy has some Purple Haze teasing. This date has produced some stellar shows throughout the years and this show is no exception!


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