The Bowie intro contained a Steppin' Out (Joe Jackson) tease from Page. Carl Gerhard made a guest appearance on trumpet during the encore. La Grange featured a Buried Alive tease from Trey.
Jam Chart Versions
Steppin' Out tease in David Bowie, Buried Alive tease in La Grange
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

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

Show Reviews

, attached to 1991-02-08

Review by kidrob

kidrob I listened to this show while I opened at work this morning, and I totally recommend. I saw this was the 24th anniversary on .net, and that is how I currently base the shows I listen to.

The show is straight fire. Nothing outside the box. Everything is just tight and well played. It's always fun while your counting money, and phish drops a Forbins four songs in after a solid show opener, a firey Reba and a buried alive. The whole set is like one long set with a straight listen. I was bouncing around in my seat non stop. Nothing is poorly done and every song is executed. This is a 91 show so a more talkative trey is on stage and introduces a familiar face from 91, Carl gerhardt, for the encore. Fans now would be drooling over the set list with a lizards rantelope set two closing combo. If you haven't heard, listen now. It definitely mDe my morning a lot better.
, attached to 1991-02-08

Review by TwiceBitten

TwiceBitten Funny how this is one of the top rated shows on .net, but there are no reviews. You'll definitely want to hear this one if you're looking for a super tight show from the band's earlier career. Circulates in soundboard.
, attached to 1991-02-08

Review by thelot

thelot Good SBD source available for this show. Big thanks to John Redmond for capturing all of these classics! Also, big thanks to Arty for mastering! :)

Bag cuts in during the jam to open the recording. They follow this up with a really nice Reba. Well played version of Buried Alive. No Gamehendge rap in between Forbin>Mockingbird. Strong Stash. A pumpin’ Bowie closes out the first half.

Set 2 starts off with a scorching Llama. Mango is a favorite this tour. They’ve played it every night thus far! Really nice Mike’s Groove with a fantastic Weekapaug! Horn’s sounding more polished. Most of Bouncin’ is cut after the tape flip. Another hot Antelope closes out set 2. Before the encore Trey thanks everyone for their continued support and mentions that Portsmouth is a special place because it’s basically the first place they played outside of Burlington. Trey asks if anyone was at the downstairs Nick’s gig. Apparently Amy set up that initial gig in Portsmouth. The rest of the shows took place at the Stone Church. He welcomes Carl Gerhard out for nice versions of Magilla and La Grange.
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