, attached to 1989-05-06

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu There's a lot to love about this show, including a solid YEM > IDK > Mike's Groove opener. Just about everything is played very well, with the possible exception of Divided Sky. The standout, though, is a straight GORGEOUS, swelling, Mike-centric Slave that eventually subsides and fades gently into the night. Definitely one you'll want to check out if you're a fan of Slave!

On the downside, there are some nasty cuts, including a few seconds of a Blind Faith recording that find their way into the middle of YEM, a chop at the end of Divided, and a totally egregious slash that comes right at the climax of a blissful Hood. Breakin' my balls, there. All in all, though, I think three stars is appropriate. See the City, See the Zoo!


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