, attached to 1992-11-27

Review by beach

beach This is another great Fall '92 show. I really enjoy this two-show run at the Capital Theater. There are much better executed shows, but this show has a great selection of songs, great energy and is just overall very entertaining.

DollarBill gave another good summary, so I'll try to avoid repeating what's already been said and just point out some other details/thoughts.

FIRST SET

Again, the execution in this show is a little rough, but when you look at the set list it is understandable. The band busts out a Wilson, which wasn't exactly on the regular rotation in '92. The Divided Sky has a rough start, but band takes their time, gets it together for the most part and kicks out a pretty good jam. The Forbin's, also not a regular, was nice and includes some very funny banter that involves the audience members splitting in two and their shrunken soul person halves making their way onto the stage and into Fishman's brain where they are able to drop into Gamehenge.

SECOND SET

An improved from the last-played Axilla opens the set. There's a nice strong Possum in the third slot. The McGrupp is really good considering how often it gets played. This version is unfinished as the reprise of the intro section is not played at the end, but is cut off and the band plays I Walk the Line. Bowie is solid and teases McGrupp, I Walk the Line and Ring of Fire.


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