, attached to 1990-02-05

Review by cjfphan21

cjfphan21 I've gotta echo just about exactly what @TheEmu said. YEM definitely doesn't finish strong. Trey's soloing gets a little meandering, it kind of sounds like he doesn't really want to know what he wants to do, and I'm honestly not disappointed that it cuts off. However, I am disappointed that they didn't jam on Funky Bitch a little longer because Page seemed to be getting into it there at the end. Gin is short, and the ending is kind of strange and not fulfilling. Foam...meh. Jesus Just Left Chicago is probably my favorite moment from this show. Everyone sounds comfortable, especially Trey. However, I'm gonna have to play the harsh asshole on this one since I don't think it deserves quite 3 stars (and there are already two 3 star ratings) and go with 2 stars.


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