, attached to 1990-11-16

Review by thelot

thelot Decent SBD source for this show with a good amount of low end in the mix. Big thanks to John Redmond for getting it done!

The show kicks off with a nice four song stretch. Solid YEM. Nice B&D solos in Magilla. Rippin’ Llama. Golgi rounds out a set that flows nicely all the way through.

Set 2 starts out with Trey encouraging the crowd to learn the storm dance for the Landlady. An enjoyable Mike’s Groove follows. Tube has a cool little breakdown that leads into the jam. The introduction of Henrietta once again during I Didn’t Know confirms that the Zero Man costume has been officially retired. Strong Possum to close out the set. A red hot Fire rounds out the evening.


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