, attached to 1990-10-08

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu This was my first time hearing "Don't Get Me Wrong," which I had been meaning to do since I'm a Reba junkie. It's not bad, though it's just a basic little blues number. I was a bit surprised that Popper didn't sit in on more songs, especially YEM, but it's just DGMW. Speaking of YEM, that's probably the only other real highlight, IMO, a very nice, raging version. Everything else is pretty standard to slightly below average, although the Magilla is...odd. Not bad, really, just weird. Stash kind of falls flat at the end - I think Page has to drop out due to piano problems, which are then mentioned by Fishman. Page comes back in during If I Only Had a Brain, but I wonder if it was the piano issues which are responsible for how short the second set is. In any case, I think three stars for this. Not bad, not great, except for a pretty good YEM.


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