SET 1: Fluff's Travels -> David Bowie
SET 2: Bathtub Gin, Split Open and Melt, Ya Mar, Suzy Greenberg > Foam, My Sweet One > La Grange, Lawn Boy, Golgi Apparatus
ENCORE: Auld Lang Syne -> Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove
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Review by DollarBill
Anyways… Gin was ok, not the best I’ve heard, but it’s still pretty new. Melt had a drum solo in it tonight and Trey raged his solo pretty good. Another Ya Mar tonight and this one has no Leo call from Mike before Page’s solo. It doesn’t seem like anybody is ready as Trey jumps into Suzy, which was just average. Foam was not very tight tonight, but it’s a hard song to play. My Sweet One was pretty good and La Grange wasn’t too bad, but nothing outstanding from either of them. The tape speed switches to normal tuning for an ok Lawn Boy. Golgi was good and rocking for a set closer.
Mike’s Groove gets the encore spot tonight and all of it was reasonably well played, although a little tired sounding.
The playing wasn’t too bad overall tonight, but the recording leaves a bit to be desired so I’ll go with three stars because it’s just pretty average for an ’89 show.