, attached to 1989-05-26

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This is a pretty strong show. It really does have a lot to offer, far more than other shows from this era.

You have a lot of funny banter as is pretty normal in the early days. But you also have some nice goodies music wise. You have a very long David Bowie from this era, of course with the lyrics changed to “Lazy Lester” you have a pretty damn strong YEM. And Weekapaug is fire as always.

And to add to all that one of the strongest front to back sets from this era in Set 3.

The only real downsides are the early incarnation of Sanity which is kind of boring sounding. And a very infant Gin. It says this is the very first version. But early in the show you can here people in the audience requesting it so I doubt this is its debut.

Overall a pretty stellar show. It gets a very rare 4 Stars for me from this era.


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