Trey and Page teased Fluffhead prior to Funky Bitch. Reba was aborted and restarted with Fish saying "we have a problem with this band. It's counting to four" and then rattling off other numbers the band could count to. Trey teased Jean Pierre in Run Like an Antelope, Entrance of the Gladiators in Caravan, and Caravan in Possum.
Fluffhead tease, Entrance of the Gladiators tease in Caravan, Caravan tease in Possum, Jean Pierre tease in Run Like an Antelope
Debut Years (Average: 1986)

This show was part of the "1990 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1990-04-13

Review by thelot

thelot The SBD source for this show sounds similar to night 1 minus the loose cable static. Again, the source has a lot of tape hiss for a Cass/1. I’m curious what the Master recording sounds like? Regardless, it’s absolutely amazing that this entire 3 night run is now available!

Fluffhead is teased for Chris prior to opening with Funky Bitch. Fish welcomes everyone to get naked cause apparently it gets pretty hot and they can’t open the doors. The first Fluffhead in over a month makes an appearance. The sound quality gets a little brighter during the Bag jam. They drop right into Reba following Bag but counted it off wrong and fell flat on their face. Fish comments “So we have have a problem with this band, it’s counting to 4. We can count to 7 and 5 and all sorts of things” lol Fire closes out the first half.

It’s always nice when Antelope opens a set. Decent jam and Marco section. The jam in YEM has some nice work from Trey. Channeling his inner Carlos. :) The jam is slightly extended as is the vocal jam. Alumni features alternate lyrics again. The quality degrades slightly during Curtis Lowe. Fish counts off 1,2 like The Count prior to Hood. Pretty good Hood. Possum has a Caravan tease from Trey to start the jam. Highway to Hell closes out the evening. The recording captures a minute or so of the after show PA music, Ladysmith Black Mambazo “Unomathemba”.
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