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Feb 16 2001 @ Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC

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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 

Damn what a show...

to all my brothers and sisters who were present, I hope ya'll got home safe. I'm glad I got to meet some of you, too bad I couldn't find Leland. It was like a huge reunion of people I've met all over this city. The vibe was positive, the players so on top of there game... oh so sweet. Even seeing spit flying throught the air was magical, and when Spacey T. dedicated Shakey Ground to Eddie Hazel as his mentor and friend, I smiled the biggest smile.

While I didn't get to talk to the band much it was still sweet seeing them do their thing. The Fat Chicks chant, the dance contest during Pants, the pre-amble poem to the Suffering, the stage diving lesson, the live tempos to some of the new songs I have never seen them perform and seeing the avid attention paid to Norwood as he played the bass solo's in Bonin'.

I stopped keeping track of the set list after about 6 or 7 songs but it did cover something from every album... tomorrow I will try to re-construct the setlist when I have a less of a jellified mind. Maybe Mike can help me shed some light. I will try to post some photo's when I finish my little dispossable camera. And I hope we have some new members soon cause I dropped about 200 of those little flyers around the club, maybe a few of the 1000+ sold out crowd will venture forth to our little world.

peace and cake forever a soldier Aduhm


Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

Damn is right!!! Last night was the 6th time I've seen the bone since '96 and that was probably the best show. There was a huge crowd and everyone seemed to be really into it, skankin' and singing the songs all night long. Here's the set list that we grabbed after the show:

Unyielding Suffering Everyday Karma If I... Subliminal Bonin' Shakey Ground Wish I Had A ...


Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

I think I'm still in a bit of shock. Last night I experienced something that I couldn't have even imagined. It was my first bone encounter, and hopefully one of many more to come. Michale and Adam have seemed to have given a pretty detailed account of the show. I was impressed to say the least. I'm sorry I didn't get to meet you Adam, I kept looking for somebody handing out flyers. Luck...


Review found on the web 

With hardrocking jams, heavy funk and George Clinton?style presentation, Fishbone proved once again that they've still got it.

Although they've been around nearly 15 years now, the crazy funk/punk/ska/metal collective from L.A. showed no signs of slowing down at their Feb. 16 Commodore show. Fishbone thrilled a near-capacity crowd with a two hour-plus set that covered music ...


Review from the Nuttwork's archive 

Last night, I caught Fishbone in Seattle and they were off the hook. Some of the songs I can remember:

Unyielding Conditioning The Suffering Everyday Sunshine If I Were a... Monkey Dick Servitude Swim Sunless Saturday Give It Up When Problems Arise A&A Just Allow Shakey Ground House Work Party Lyin Ass Bitch

There were a few others but tha...


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