, attached to 1992-07-15

Review by Hose_jam

Hose_jam 4:00 Trey comes in with the opening riff, plays a nice melody to juxtapose the time signature of the jam.
5:30 Things start to get a little weird with Trey and Page playing some nice lines.
6:38 Buried alive tease from trey
7:00 Trey just hangs on a note with some serious sustain.Plays some nice lines with a lot of reverb.Serious energy being brought from the band from this point onward.
7:26 Trey brings it down and him, Page and Fishman immediately lock in for a walk up release.
7:44 Trey and Page have some nice interplay with Fishman rocking the splash.
8:00 Trey starts a chromatic walk up
8:18 Band hits their peak, one more measure till they drop.

Fantastic jam that really showcases Trey and Fishman. In the end it's a pretty standard Split from this tour(and year) which isn't a bad thing at all. The band hits the peak on point and takes it to the next level multiple times. Great stuff.


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