The YEM vocal jam was based on burgers. The HYHU intro and outro and the intro to Antelope included Let's Go teases. Love You and the Whole Lotta Love Jam featured Fish on trombone.
Jam Chart Versions
Let's Go and Let's Go teases in Hold Your Head Up, Let's Go tease in Run Like an Antelope
Debut Years (Average: 1988)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "1991 Winter/Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1991-02-22

Review by thelot

thelot Not a bad audience source for this second set considering it’s back story. Around 2006 I discovered this tape in my old bedroom closet at my childhood home on Cape Cod. I believe it once belonged to my younger brother (Chris), although he has no recollection of it. It definitely wasn’t from my collection. It was just a crappy old TDK 90, no jewel case and a label that read 2/22/91. The temperature in that closet probably reached close to 100 degrees throughout the summer, not to mention the humidity! It’s amazing this tape was salvageable at all! I reached out to Kevin Shapiro via MySpace and was told that it wasn’t in the archive! Hard to believe they weren’t recording every show at this point. I immediately got the tape off to Arty. If anyone could work magic on an old cassette tape it was him! Thank goodness he was able to salvage this one for all to enjoy! Big thanks to Arty for his tireless contribution to this community! Even though I helped get this tape into circulation this is the very first time I’ve listened to it!

Set 2 opens with a fiery little Chalk Dust. DaaM transitions seamlessly into a solid YEM with an inspired B&D and VJ section. The vocal jam develops into the second-ever known Cheeseburger Rap similar to 6/1/90. “Chris got no memory” lol A nice spunky version of Magilla follows. This version of Suzy has first time commentary from Fish “Forgotten my name? What a bitch!” lol Dramatic HYHU intro with a Let’s Go tease. Fish pulls out his bone for this version of Terrapin complete with a cool Whole Lotta Love jam like the version during Love You on Fish’s birthday at The Bayou. HYHU is played as the outro music with Mike teasing Let’s Go. Mike continues to tease Let’s Go at the start of Antelope. Trey is En Fuego during this jam! The Marco section is pretty straightforward. Pretty good set overall.
, attached to 1991-02-22

Review by cjfphan21

cjfphan21 Solid CDT, Coil (though pre-awesome page solo of course), D&M, Magilla (sans a bad chord right on the end, which may have been intentional, but it sounded like dirt to me). There’s a slight drop in the recording early in Oh Kee Pah. Some serious Cactus and Page work going on in Suzy, but then Trey came in and kinda muffed it up, IMO. Good Antelope - Trey redeems himself from that business in Suzy, but as with the rest of the aforementioned, nothing too special.

Now to get to the good stuff. YEM is a little rough around the edges early on, but once it gets going it is very nice. The jam, while fairly standard, does not get boring, and the BnD seg is definitely worth the listen. If that weren't enough, this vocal jam is inventive, engaging, and original, and you can tell the guys as well as the crowd are having a lot of fun with it. Henrietta is "The hardest man in show business" (that's what she said...and Trey). Terrapin is always fun, and the hardest man in show business does not disappoint with this one. Then, the best trombone player in VT goes on to showcase his boner skills with a little Whole Lotta Love Jam, which is fun, funny, and an all around good time. I think this deserves somewhere around 3.6-3.7 stars and there's already two 4 star ratings, so I'm gonna log mine at 3.
, attached to 1991-02-22

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu There are two reasons to listen to this set. First, is a really excellent YEM, which, although it starts off a little rough, comes to a ripping finish and has a very cool vocal jam. Don't let the burgers fool you, it's a very interesting vocal jam, not just burger goofiness. The second thing is the HYHYU > Terrapin -> Whole Lotta Love thing, which is awesome. Probably those two songs don't really justify 4 stars, but I'm feeling goofy today. Someone else can downgrade it to it's appropriate level.
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