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Sep 28 2006 @ CBGB New York, NY

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On Stage

Angelo C. Moore (v, sax, thr, per)
John Norwood Fisher (eb, b, v)
John Steward (d)
John McKnight (key, tb, eg, v)
Rocky George (eg)
Dre Gipson (key, v)
Curtis Storey Jr. (t, v)


Sunless Saturday
Jackass Brigade
Fishbone Soldier
Behind Closed Doors
Let Dem Hoes Fight (Pt 2)
Lyin' Ass Bitch
Ma & Pa
Date Rape
Party At Ground Zero
Party With Saddam
Everyday Sunshine
Unyielding Conditioning


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Description:"Without CBGB that fostered a small scene and turned it into a worldwide event -- Punk Rock -- there wouldn't be no Fishbone, there woudn't be no Lollapalooza, no muthafuckin' Warped Tour, NOT SHIT....CBGB represents freedom. I'm glad to be here" And with that they launch into "Subliminal Fascism", Angelo killing it on the theremin and more than a few heads taking dives while one cat hangs from the monitors. Earlier, when the audience roars "Hey Ma/Hey Pa/What the hell is wrong with yaw?!" and Angelo assures "It's Alright", you believe him cuz it already is, as everyone passes through this so very obviously cathartic moment, creating their own personal battlefield as the music keeps time and orchestrates the healthy violence and the fuck-it-all abandon. It's the same now as it was half a lifetime ago for this band (and this fan). And when Angleo vamps on one's addiction to sunglasses, I can personally relate.Fishone have kept their shit together through the good the bad and the brutal, almost without ever stopping what seems to be a 20-year world tour. I always wondered why they didn't quite get as big as say, The Chili Peppers, and I still don't think it's too late. And Angelo should be starring in somebody's movie.Here they are, sometime last October, during the las week of CBGB. Bad Brains will be up, with an article and some stills, in about a day.
Published:Aug 30 2007 09:38:01


2 reviews
Review by Nastyman88 on Oct 04 2006 

well the band was right on the money as usual ! the sound in that place is just amazing it's a frign shame it has to go! that was the happiest i have seen norwood in years.they all seemed to feed off the crowd more and more as the show went on.i mean hell, how many other bands are putting on 2 plus hour shows these days! anyhow that posted setlist needs some help. subliminal fascism,suffering,hid...


Review by B on Dec 31 2006 

nutts !!

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Fishbone & CBGB

Fishbone played already at CBGB once.
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Fishbone is not scheduled to play CBGB anytime soon.


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