, attached to 1990-10-31

Review by thelot

thelot Another beautiful Multi-Track Recording available for night 2 in Colorado.

They open things up with “The ophishial Halloween tune”, Buried Alive. Possum works well as a follow up. Really nice version. Mike’s vocal delivery on this version is top notch. Stash continues to improve. Cool to hear the progression from the last circulated source on the east coast up until now. Solid version of YEM all the way through. The Antelope closer has some inspired work from Fish in the intro.

The Landlady/Reba opener is well played, nothing out of the ordinary. Things start to heat up with a rippin’ Jim. Another nice version of Foam. Does Tweezer have some Kung chants before the second chorus? It’s hard to make out. This would be a year to the day since it’s Halloween debut at Goddard. Nice dirty little jam! Suzy is a full on dance party. Fish calls out “a neurologist?!?” for the first time in this version. The Groove to close out the second half is an absolute barn burner! Trey thanked some locals before launching into a well played Uncle Pen. They paired this up with the first BBFCFM of tour.


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