, attached to 1991-02-19

Review by thelot

thelot Really nice digital audience recording available for this show. The acoustics are bit boxy sounding at The Bayou but what can you do. Thank you Mr. Mystery Taper!

Things kick off with three set opening tunes…Llama>Curtain>Golgi. Another strong Reba. DaaM>Sloth make a great match! After Jim, Trey informs the audience that it’s Fish’s B-Day. Lots of chompers during Page’s Coil solo. Happy Birthday teasing during the opening to Bowie. Groovy Bowie that follows a similar path to the version in Keene.

Set 2 starts off pretty straightforward with a decent Groove that has some more B-Day teasing. They play around a bit with the opening to Esther. Another really good Split Open following the great version played in Keene. HYHU starts off but quickly transitions into a Happy Birthday intro to Love You. “The birthday girl…Henrietta ladies and gentlemen.” lol Cool Whole Lotta Love jam during this extended vac solo. Happy Birthday outro in place of HYHU. Cool Magilla! Rippin’ Fire wraps up the evening on a high note.


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