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Kochman Calamity Series - 3/24/87 Hampton Coliseum

 
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03/24/87 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA (Tue)
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Jack Straw [5:32] ;
Candyman [6:09] ;
New Minglewood Blues (1) [6:35] ;
Loser [7:06] ;
Mama Tried [2:28] >
Mexicali Blues [4:45] ;
Ramble On Rose (2) [6:16] ;
Let It Grow [10:17]

Gimme Some Lovin' [5:50] >
Black Muddy River [4:53] ;
Playing In The Band [8:10] >
Terrapin Station [11:48] >
Drums [6:42] >
Space [5:#55] >
Dear Mr. Fantasy [5:21] >
Wharf Rat [10:03] >
Not Fade Away [6:49]

Encore: Brokedown Palace [5:34]

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This isn't a show that needs to grow into itself, and the ripping Jack Straw proves by achieving X after much early sizzling guitar. Nestled between a watery Candyman and a serious Loser, we get a heavy Minglewood. Loser leaves no cards on that table with a nice crash down. The cowboy medley is like wild stallions on the Great Plains as Jerry makes polka serious with his work in Mexicali. After a decent Ramble On Rose we get a wonderful set ending in Let It Grow. Descending chords and lightning scales bookend the set with X factor.

Gimme Some Lovin' is an unorthodox 2nd set opener, and it leaves no doubt they mean business this Spring night in Hampton. The bass, boards, and vox are are emphatic. Out of this they go directly into the 6th ever rendition of Black Muddy River which holds up quite well. PITB is a powerhouse, Jerry starts the jam with high gain, then switches down suddenly. He varies between noodles and more meaningful riffs. He switches the gain back on near the end of the jam, and in time for Terrapin. 87 being one of the 3 Years of the Turtle in my estimation, this one again brings the X in the short, yet seriously crunchy Terrapin ending jam

Mr Fantasy dreamily drifts out from a nice space. Jerry makes it snappy in his solos. After having their fantasies come true they stumble in, punch drunk, to a fantastic Wharf Rat with tons of gain and a massive descending chord change fury. NFA is another Jerry delight/Bobby self-indulgent vocals exposition, with a somber Brokedown sending everyone home to dream of that Mr Fantasy.
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Performance Summary
The first set is bookended by X factor and there really isn't a down spot as Jerry is fully on. The second set keeps the energy nicely all the way through, with the unexpected opening 2 songs working nicely with the old faithfuls into drums. Don't miss out on this (mr) fantasy of a show.

Sound Quality
C, adjustable to A! To get the best out of this Healy Ultramatrix, one of the few from the Spring 87 East Coast Tour that is listenable, turn Phil pretty far down as he otherwise saturates. You get tons of crowds energy and everyone can be heard evenly with a Lazy Left-side W.

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