Here is another show that Anonymous taped with his D6. It was a little thin so I EQ’d it to bring up the low end. Sounds great! I don’t always listen to 100% of everything I post- I just don’t have time- but I enjoyed this one so much that I kept on listening. I forgot to trim the blank space after Side A, so there is 2 minutes of dead air from 40:00 to 42:00, then it picks back up.
This was about a week before the Cattle Club show- they played SF and So. Cal before hitting Sac and Chico then heading home.
Here is setlist and show details from the Mudhoney Tourbook website.

8/29/89 Berkeley Square. Berkeley, CA (50 min)
Supported By: The Lemonheads

Set: Magnolia Caboose…, Get into Yours, No one Has, Sweet Young Thing, If I Think, Here Comes Sickness, The Father I Go, Come to Mind, Chain that Door, Flat Out Fucked, When Tomorrow Hits, Dead Love
Encore: In ‘N’ Out of Grace, Touch Me I’m Sick

Notes: Get into Yours, The Farther I Go, Flat out Fucked and When Tomorrow Hits are performed for the first known times. Come to Mind is played for the first known time with the music that appears on the recorded version, and the rave-up of The Farther I Go had previously been played as part of the music to the early Come to Mind. After The Farther I Go Steve is asking for some adjustments to be made to his monitor. Someone in the crowd is shouting about Mudhoney manager Bob Whittaker while he’s doing this, so he shouts, “Bob’s in jail, shut up!” to which Mark adds, “Free Bob! Free Bob!” It’s apparently sweltering in the club, and before If I Think, Mark announces, “You can turn off the lights if it’ll make it any colder.”

Recorded by: Anonymous
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: (Recording) Sony WMD6C and ECM909 mic (Transfer) Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
EQ in Sony Soundforge 10

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