, attached to 1988-02-24

Review by BBrods

BBrods 3.1/5

This show is just another standard '88 show. Some good playing as usual, but nothing that makes this show a must-listen.

Set I kicks off with a nice Funky Bitch and Fluffhead, both of which are played well. First Curtain without "with" and it delivers nicely, but always feels empty to me without the "With", unless it's opening a show. YEM was nothing special. Even the Bowie in Set I was below average version.

Set II has John Carlton come up to guest on drums ,which didn't add much really. He wasn't as good of a player as Fishman and didn't know many songs as you can hear the banter on stage. Sneakin' was a cool unique version with Fishman on Trombone while Carlton played drums, but the band was pretty sloppy throughout. The transition from the Sneakin' Vocal JAm > the ending gets much tighter later in the year.


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