, attached to 1990-02-09

Review by thelot

thelot Low gen SBD available for this show. With that said, without much of the room mixed in, it does come off a little flat. It’s still nice to have a clean tape available from their first little southern swing.

Golgi cuts in to start the recording off. Nice version of YEM with a few minor cuts. The beginning is cropped off and there’s a minor cut during the boy, man section. Solid Mike’s Groove with a rippin’ little version of Groove. Trey chats with the crowd a bit before closing out the first half with Carolina.

DaaM and Ya Mar open the second half. Fantastic version of Reba tonight! Wilson still has the metal arrangement but was a little more polished than the versions played at The Front. This version has the “blap boom”. Beautifully inspired version of A-Train! Alumni through Bowie has inspired flow and great playing. There was talk about playing Caravan instead of Bowie. I’m glad they chose to deliver a killer little Bowie to close out the set! They were short on time, so they went with a quick I Didn’t Know encore featuring “The King of Prussia” on vacuum to send the crowd off. Good show.


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