This was a free show. Tweezer included a Heartbreaker tease as well as Charlie Chan and Popeye signals. Antelope contained three Charlie Chan signals and How High the Moon, Oom Pa Pa, and Popeye signals. Contact was dedicated to "Griffin."
Jam Chart Versions
Heartbreaker tease in Tweezer
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1990 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1990-09-16

Review by nattyoats

nattyoats This was a nice fall outdoor show. They had just signed with Absolute A Go-Go records and Trey told us the first thing he did was to go out and by a Mercedes.....the new equipment truck that saw many many miles over the next year and a half along with "Foxy Grandma" their conversion van.....
, attached to 1990-09-16

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu Not a bad little show. Pretty much everything through Reba is thoroughly standard. Ya Mar has some pep, but Tube is fairly messy. Tweezer has some life to it, though, with a nice Heartbreaker tease and a Charlie Chan/Popeye/full stop (or maybe it's sing a random note?) The highlight here is probably the Weekapaug, which has Trey doing his best roller coaster impersonation, and is a lot of fun. The Magilla...not so much, plus it is cut at the end, and the first half of Antelope is cut, too. The 'Lope jam is pretty solid, and mostly standard except for the three Charlie Chans with How High The Moon, Oom Pa Pa, and Popeye taboot. Overall, I'd say three stars. Fun, solid, average but typically fun Phish.
, attached to 1990-09-16

Review by thelot

thelot Decent audience source available for this show. It sounds like the show took place outside based on the sound of the recording.

The show opens up with the predictable DaaM>Bouncin’ pairing. Fine versions of Landlady, Reba and Ya Mar. Smokin’ Tweezer with a cool Heartbreaker tease and secret language. Solid Mike’s Groove with another strong version of Weekapaug. Magilla fades out during Mike’s solo. The recording fades back in at the start of the Antelope jam. Decent jam with some secret language during the jam and Marco section.
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