|Rating: 76% - Submitted by Anders Leirvik IV on 2002.07.02 05:59:28 AM|
When I first got this disc, I liked it pretty much (much caused by the fact that it was the first release I got Here She Comes Now on), but I got tired of it (that happens with everything, I guess). Still, it's a worthy purchase. The sound quality is very good, the tracks are OK, though no outstanding performances.
|Rating: 88% - Submitted by BleachedBlack on 2002.07.31 02:01:30 PM|
Live At Duffy’s is a recording of two of their shows emanating from Duffy’s bar in Nebraska – one in 1990, and the other in 1991. A spirited playing of 'School' starts the show, and the recording is actually pretty good. Floyd the barber follows, then Spank Thru, and it’s pretty obvious that at this point their set was rather limited. Following Scoff, Krist announces that we've got a new album coming out in September, and this is gonna be on the album. Is he talking about Nevermind earlier, or some other album? Some help on this would be much appreciated. Anyway, this segues into Dive, which is still embryonic, and features the same verse over and over. About a girl follows, and then we have another embryonic track – Breed. It’s decent. Big Cheese and Love Buzz get good responses from the crowd as does the velvet underground cover – here she comes now. A developing Polly is next, and it’s good. The rest of the 90’ show is pretty decent, however it is missing Blew, and that’s enough to put the rating down. The show finishes off with some of the stuff from the 91’ show, with most of the Nevermind-era stuff. A good show, with a lot of energy. Recommended.
|Rating: 96% - Submitted by Tim Bucknall on 2003.03.01 09:43:11 AM|
the del mar filler is taken from the pre-fm westwood one radio disc "superstar concert series" it is identical to what appears on "california uberalles" making it the best souding version of the del mar show available on bootleg i've deducted 4 points for the fact that the 5/13/90 show is missing "blew" and the 12/28/91 show is missing "about a girl" & "breed" so buy either of these 2 "rupert" discs for the best sounding del mar source this disc would be preferable to "california uberalles" because it has no pressing errors