, attached to 1990-11-26

Review by mlivy

mlivy Surprised that Llama wasn't mentioned in the notes above. It smokes!This was an early Llama that had a slower synchopated groove and had a solo transition that was common for earlier Llamas that was later dropped, where Page holds a note on the keys and Trey comes in on the same sustained note to take the hand-off.

The show I have on tape also has Donna Lee in the first set. Trey announces the transition between Flatt and Stubbs and Charlie Parker "running together".


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