Friday, October 5, 2018

2/15/1991 - THE COLONIAL THEATRE

Keene, NH

SET 1: The Curtain > Wilson > Divided Sky, Split Open and Melt, Fee -> Buried Alive, The Mango Song, The Sloth, Dinner and a Movie, Magilla, Llama

SET 2: David Bowie[1], Bathtub Gin, Ya Mar, Guelah Papyrus, My Sweet One > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > AC/DC Bag[2], Harry Hood, Let's Go > Terrapin[3] > Let's Go, Chalk Dust Torture

ENCORE: Caravan > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars

ENCORE 2: Contact, Golgi Apparatus

[1] Silent jam near the end of the jam segment.
[2] Three dead stops during the jam segment and uncommon dissonance.
[3] Wolf calls during vacuum solo, final verse sung through vacuum.

Trey teased Buried Alive in Divided Sky. Bowie contained Sounds of Silence teases in Fish’s high hat intro, and had a silent jam near the end of the jam segment. Ya Mar contained a brief Happy Birthday tease from Trey. Bag contained a Bonanza theme tease from Trey was also unusually adventurous, with three dead stops during the jam segment and uncommon dissonance. Trey briefly started Horn before Harry Hood, but abandoned it. Before Terrapin, Trey announced that Fish would be “bringing out the big, heavy artillery” for the people in Keene. The “artillery” was Fish’s new vacuum, which made its debut at this show. Fish noted that “if I bleed during this song, that’ll just be part of the effects.” Inspired by his new instrument, Fish took an exceedingly spacey solo during Terrapin, complete with ersatz wolf howls, before singing the final verse through the vacuum.

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