, attached to 1992-04-08

Review by westbrook

westbrook This show was played on the day I was born so I was always looking forward to hearing it someday. Thanks to @Jeff_Goldberg's painstaking work, it's finally in circulation and it does not disappoint. On my first listen, Foam, Llama, and Reba jumped out as the highlights of the first set. The David Bowie in the second set is the star of the show and might be my favorite from 92. It has an interesting intro with multiple signals and the jam is one of the longest and most exploratory versions from this period with two distinct Type II segments. Trey's banter before the encore indicates that he thought this was one of the best shows of the tour. I won't go that far but it was a good listen and I'll definitely be returning to the highlights.


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