, attached to 1992-07-10

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Another one set show from the HORDE tour. The recording was good except that My Sweet One is mostly cut.

Bouncing starts the set off very uninspired. Just an ok version here. Llama is rocking as usual. Reba has some loose parts in it but, the solo jam is good. Sparkle actually has some problems tonight. Trey kind of flubs the intro part and it never really locked on after that. The Maze intro also suffers as it sounds like Page doesn't have the drawbars set right. It's an ok Maze but, nothing special. Golgi is good, no real problems. Here's where it gets awful! Trey pulled himself out of tune somewhere in Golgi and never really recovers fully after this. He tries to tune it up a bit before Lizards but he's still got a flat one. Why he doesn't retune during Page's solos I don't know. I thought he did until the Lizards ending is kind of a disaster as well. Cavern falls the same way. And again I thought he would have tuned up before this one. Broken string? No backup guitar? Anyway, Cavern suffers and then Fishman gets a vacuum solo for this show as well, then the last note of Cavern is played. Well, I still don't know why Trey didn't fix his guitar during the vac solo because, Antelope also suffers the same fate as the last two songs. Still an ok set if you can get over the out of tune guitar. The ending of Antelope has a cool reggae flavor.

My Sweet One cuts in on this recording during the solo and from what I heard of the last verse and chorus, it was great!

Anyway, this set is kind of forgetable. Not their best work. If Trey would have taken a minute to fix the tuning, this set could have been saved.


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