, attached to 1990-12-07

Review by thelot

thelot Ok audience recording available for this show. Sounds like there’s a handful of cassette generations in it’s lineage.

Reelife Productions uploaded some pre-show footage on YouTube of the band showing up for the gig and their soundcheck performance of The Pendulum. They performed in a small gymnasium that night and reportedly sold 700-800 tickets.

The show kicks off with Golgi. Solid version of Stash with more Buried Alive teasing which has become the norm recently. Landlady and YEM were both well played. There’s a tape flip before Jim. Strong version of Foam. Llama slays once again to wrap up set 1.

Set 2 kicks off with Mike’s Groove. Groove absolutely rips! Donna Lee provides a nice cool down. Tweezer has a nice demented jam! Good stuff! There’s a tape flip before Oh Kee Pa. The hardest man in show business forgot his violin tonight, so he has to settle for his vacuum cleaner again! lol Fun debut version of Syd Barrett’s ‘No Good Trying’. An intriguing Bowie closes out set 2. Before the encore Trey said he promised his friend Jessica that they’d play Alumni for the graduating seniors.
Good show. Hopefully Reelife Productions gets more footage from this night into circulation!


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