, attached to 1993-07-23

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This is a pretty straight forward '93 show topped with some nice little goodies.

The first set is your fairly standard 1993 setlist, but like some sets it seems to snowball to the end (in a good way). It's Ice to me may be the highlight of the show, it's execution and mid section are superb. The Lawn Boy that follows is notably fun with some great guitar work by Trey accompanied by some scat by Page. The Cavern closer is the thunderous finely tuned version you get from this era.

I like how 2001 starts out although it's the short and sweet one they opened the 2nd set with 100 times. The Faht section works very well especially going into MFMF. I really enjoy how YEM segues into BBFCFM and how kind of odd it is that it never returns back. The remainder of the show as stated above is pretty straight forward for this era. Which really just means everything is well played, but they're just cookie cutter songs for the most part.

Not a bad show but not up there as one of the best from this year.


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