, attached to 1989-06-30

Review by Mr_Incompletely

Mr_Incompletely This is a great show.Mike and Trey come out hot with a Funky Bitch opener.Trey states that this one of the last shows before the band takes a break for six weeks. He says we are getting a little ancy and don't want to stop.An excellent version of You Enjoy Myself is one of the highlights of a very good set. This features a really strong vocal jam that is fast .A solid Mcgrupp comes next featuring a nice Page solo before ending the song.Trey then tells the crowd to sing along before Donna Lee, a jazz composition. An amazing Antelope ends the first set. Trey said Marco Esquandolas several times in a row. Trey absolutely dominates this Antelope.
Walk Away starts the second set and at first starts out strong. It slows down a bit and ends abrubtly. This ending was premature and sounds a bit awkward. A great Bag comes next with a nice guitar solo that segues in a strong Curtain. A solid Slave ensues creating the strongest three song stretch of the second set. A shorter standard Gin comes next that goes into Mike's Song. Mike's Song features some nice back and forth between Trey and Page. A smooth I am Hydrogen comes next before Weekapaug. The boys really sing it like they mean it on this version. Belting out and holding each syllable extra long.Trey has a nice solo in this version as well before they sing the end. The tape ends right after the last note is played.


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