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Sep 28 2000 @ Key Club W Hollywood, CA

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On Stage

Angelo C. Moore (v, sax, thr, per)
John Norwood Fisher (eb, b, v)
Walter Kibby III (v, t)
Tracey Singleton (eg)
John Steward (d)
John McKnight (key, tb, eg, v)


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Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

There were 5 bands total, and I got there during the second band's set. The band was Primitive Reason. They were ok, but I only heard a few songs. My impression was that they had some good ideas, but needed to tighten it up a bit 'cause their time seemed to sway a little.

The third band (don't remember their name) sounded a lot like green day to me. Very tight, but very little depth.

The fourth band was Green Jello. I knew very little about these guys, so I didn't know what to expect, but WOW! They put on one hell of a show. They wear these crazy ass costumes and and romp around the stage and tear shit up. Not musically complex or even interesting, really, but an amazing visual performance. That set alone would have made my night, if it weren't for the 'bone.

The last band was Fishbone. What can I say? They smoked. They played for something like two hours and I couldn't get enough. I was watching Spacy a lot 'cause thats where I was most of the set, and he's got some crazy tricks 'n effects 'n things. I thought I was hearing things the last time I saw them, but he's got some unit that somehow takes the sound and flips it backwards. Anyone know what unit I'm talking about? Anyway, I couldn't have asked for a better show.

I'm out, -Neal


Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

I've just regained physical composition in the material plane. It's hard to type when a band has transformed your bones to liquid funk and tuned your brainwaves to that interior radio station that reminds you that it all keeps starting over again...and again...and again.

I got to the club with my girlfriend, Tennille at about 10:40 p.m. Even on a Thursday evening, parki...


Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

I was there and I can say that they did play the slower arrangemaent of "problems".they like to play a number of the live tunes as slooow funk if not crazy ska or punk.those slower are some of my favorite ones.


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