|Show||Solar Circus 02/24/91 Club 375 New Brunswick NJ |
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Club 375 New Brunswick NJ
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2) Fortune Teller
3) Dead Flowers->
4) Scarlet Begonians
5) Path to Your Heart
8) Eyes of the World
9) One More Time
10) You Ain't Going Nowhere
11) Don't Let Go
3) I Shot THe Sheriff
4) When Everyone Knows (Bruce Vocal)
5) Good Loving
6) Laced in Silver
8) Jack Straw
9) Tore Up Over You
10) Sugar Magnolia
11) Three Bells
Mark Diomede Guitar, Vocals
Steve Greene Guitar, Vocals
Ken Golojuch Bass
Bruce Wigdor Keyboards
Brad Hall Drums
Soundboard Live Mixing: Dan Tepper
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|I don't remember anything about this place.
Don't think they played there that often.
Interesting set list items include "Dead Flowers"
and a rare Bruce vocal on his original
song "When Everyone Knows".
|I actually do remember this place -- it was in the basement of a Japanese restaurant @ 375 George Street in New Brunswick. I actually saw my first Spin Doctors show there!
|ajax much thanx for the Solar shows used to have some tapes but they have gone by the wayside much to my dismay was wonderin if u have any from the Circle Tavern in Brigantine N.J. the band would start at 10 or eleven and sometimes end at 3 or 4 crazy place thanx again peace
|circle tavern was open 24 hours (I think)
Bands had to play until 4am at least.
I remember it had a brutal concrete dance floor.
But it always seemed to sound good in there.
|thanks for keeping the SC going!
|ken golo was all doped up at this show--loaded a rig right in front of us and shot it before the show--sadly it wasnt much longer til he was replaced!
|in comes k. kopack on bass!^^^^^
|Thanks for sharing this recording of such a cool band. I always liked these guys and wish I could have seen them play. Every now and then I find a recording of this band.
I am curious as to how the 'Eyes' sounds as that is my all-time favorite Dead tune.
|Ken Golojuch (aka, Ken E. Kruise) left Solar in 1994 - three years later - to pursue a civilian career. That's when Kevin Kopack joined. Nine years later, Ken joined Juggling Suns as bassist when Bruce Wigdor (who by then had switched to bass) left.