, attached to 1988-09-12

Review by mancubism

mancubism Sound quality’s not too good, but Shaggy Dog is such a great tune. It gets my vote for the next big bust out of 2021 - throw it in the first set Nellie Kane slot.

A Train & Satin Doll - lots more jazz in 88, Page reigns supreme.

Bold as Love - Trey is playing a musical saw with a lightsaber theremin by the end of the song, I am pretty sure.

Timber SHREDS to start the 2nd set - bonus verse in there too!

TMWSIY>Avenu>Bundle>Camel Walk is an interesting idea, but clunky. Your ears want Arrival but you Walk instead - at least the walk is funky.

The Practical Song - a prescient little ditty about toilet paper shortage 32 years before covid - these guys were way ahead of their time.

A Hood that is both spacey & spirited and an uplifting Esther (though isn’t Esther always up-lifting?) end our night at Sam’s. I always knew she was a good swimmer.


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