, attached to 1992-07-25

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill BAM! Take it up a notch!

This is an excellent recording of an excellent set of songs as part of the "Best Behavior Tour" opening for Santana. That's what I call it anyway. I've had this recording for years, so I knew it was coming up. You've got to love jamming with Carlos in front of a hometown crowd in Vermont.

This review can be really simple...they were all great! Jim, Foam, you name it. It was tight. Even the new structure to Rift sounded much tighter. YEM descends into a legendary jam with Santana and friends. They stick around for one of the sickest Llamas you will ever hear. Funky Bitch gets busted out and the only mistake is that Mike forgets the proper order of the lyrics but, who cares? There is definitely a Bowie going on at the end which gets cut off and is mysteriously missing from the setlist.

This is a legendary set. If you haven't heard it, it is highly recommended. This can be used as a measuring stick for this time period. Five star all the way.


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