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July 18th 2020

Ventura County Fairgrounds
Ventura (CA)

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May 05 1996 @ Music Midtown Festival Atlanta, GA

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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)
John Bigham (eg, g, key, v)


So Many Millions
The Warmth of Your Breath
Chim Chim's Badass Revenge


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Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

Fishbone again put on an awesome show yesterday here in Atlanta. They played a few cuts from their new CD which will be released May 21. (They had stickers and beach balls promoting this.) The set included:

Chim Chim's Badass Revenge Warmth of Your Breath (Doughnuts,Cigarettes, Coffee) Beergut Alcoholic So Many Millions

Angelo was still using a black noise box. It had a rod that produced different pitches of feedback-type sounds depending on how close his hand was.

After the show they were throwing out CD and tape singles of alcoholic, I got neither. They only had two shirts, The standard black shirt with the fishbone lable on the front and "FISHBONE" printed on back and a blue shirt with a smoking fishbone wearing a hat and "MARCH OF THE FISHBONE SOLDIER" printed on the backside. One roadie did have the black shirt but instead of "FISHBONE" there was "REVENGE" printed on back.

When I asked Fish why the albumn was delayed, he said, "Cause our record label is full of bullsh*t. I getting ready to start my own label." So it appears that fishbone will once again be jumping labels.

Travis Jones


Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

I was also at the Midtown Music Fest in Atlanta. It was fantastic!!

I thought the songs from the new album were live, however, I didn't particularly care for the slow version of So Many Millions. Nonetheless, Fishbone has given me back the sound that was lacking in their last album.

As for the members - they are looking and sounding fabulous! At the en...


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