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Jul 17 1991 @ Sinbad's Buffalo, NY

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On Stage

Angelo C. Moore (v, sax, thr, per)
John Norwood Fisher (eb, b, v)
Walter Kibby III (v, t)
Philip Fisher (d)
Kendal R. Jones (eg, v)
Christopher Dowd (v, key, tb)
John Bigham (eg, g, key, v)


1. Party At Ground Zero
2. Pressure
3. Ugly
4. Freddie's Dead
5. Sunless Saturday
7. Lyin' Ass Bitch
8. Those Days are Gone
9. Housework
10. Babyhead
11. If I were A... I'd
12. So Many Millions
13. Fight the Youth
14. Behaviour Control Technician next to airport listen for planes
15. Bonin' in the Boneyard taped from front row with sony d3
16. Subliminal Fascism this WAS THE SHOW 2 see.


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I saw Fishbone last night (17 July) at Sinbad's in Buffalo, NY. I got to see Norwood playing "Bonin' in the Boneyard" from the front edge of the stage (apologies to Eric (?), our "Bonin'..." transcriber, as I failed miserably: I didn't videotape it!). They played a great show, and for those of you who don't think Norwood likes to slap, GUESS AGAIN!! He was a slappin' fool. He primarily played a very beautiful Warwick 5-string, but the other 1/3 of the time he played a bass almost identical to mine (the one I've still got for sale), a Music Man StingRay-5 string (his had a rosewood neck). I had a funny angle on his rack, but what I recognized was an unknown make of compressor, a Rane crossover, an Eventide UltraHarmonizer, two power amps and a Samson wireless unit. Speaker cabinets included the awe-inspiring SWR Big Ben (one 18") and the Goliath II (4x10" with the bullet tweeter). The same cab setup was duplicated about fifteen feet stage right. Serious rumble. Wow. And I got to meet him after the show! A nice guy. That makes three monster players I've met at this club in the past three months: Bootsy Collins (with Deee-Lite), Muzz Skillings from Living Colour, and now Norwood. Hope- fully some of the funk is rubbing off!!

michael patrick swain slap that thang!


Review by Sodapopinski on Jul 01 2012 

This show made my seventeen year old mind explode, in a thousand different warm and positive directions. I had my Fishbone CDs and Tshirts but nothing prepared me for this show.  Their sheer energy, musicianship and goodtime vibe taught me all I needed to know about what live music could be.  In the thousand plus shows since Ive seen this one, Fishbone stands alone as the singular bes...


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