, attached to 2011-12-30

Review by JARdale

JARdale This show was all over the place.... yes there were some great highlights like the jam at the end of Piper and the 2001.... but the disjointed set list/flow combined with the sloppy playing (Trey) puts this show somewhere in the middle. I could be wrong but in 20 years I don't think I have ever seen a Horse where Trey didn't play his guitar and Page played his piano instead. It was cool to see/hear it happen (the piano) but it was also shocking that Trey went into a tune that he literally could not play. The encores were fun and a nice change up with the Boogie instead of just the GTBT. Over all this show was up and down and back and forth. One minute I was saying "WOW!!!" and the next I was asking "WTF!?!?"


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