, attached to 1991-02-15

Review by thelot

thelot Beautiful audience recording for this show! It has a nice warm sound to it. I’m curious where the mics were located for this gig. Big thanks to John Redmond for another amazing audience pull and to Arty for the fabulous mastering job on this one!

The show kicks off with a great one-two punch, Curtain>Wilson. Both making their first appearance this year. No Wilson callout on this version. A flawless Divided Sky transitions nicely out of Wilson. The jam features a cool little Buried Alive tease which Trey has been doing quite a lot thus far this tour in numerous songs. Long pause after Sky. Split Open was the perfect song to break the silence! Fantastic early version of SOAM! The first version of Fee this year is up next and segues nicely into a fiery Buried Alive. Tape flip after Mango. The beginning of The Sloth is clipped. Fun version of DaaM that almost goes off the rails but they hold it together nicely. They pause briefly at the conclusion before launching into a lively version of Magilla. A red hot Llama closes out a pretty impressive first half.

Bowie starts off set 2 with an erie Sound of Silence tease. Solid version! Longest version of Bathtub up to this point. First Ya Mar of the year. Solid version. After Guelah Trey mentions that Keene has been the home of many debuts and says it’s one of their favorite spots to play. Oh Kee Pah>AC/DC is fantastic!! Horn is teased before launching into another stellar Hood! Let’s Go is still Henrietta’s theme this tour. Henrietta pulls out the Heavy Artillery (Shop-Vac) for the first hanging (no hands) vacuum solo according to Trey. Trey gives a shout out to Zero Man after Terrapin. Zero Man is back again! A smokin’ pint sized Chalk Dust closes out the second set. Before the encore Trey thanks their crew of four…Andrew, Peter, Chris and Paul. Caravan makes an appearance for the first time this year. Nice version. Humorous BBFCFM! Fish urges the audience to get very very quiet before counting off “1,2,3,4!!” lol The second encore is pretty straightforward. However, the show is top shelf!


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