, attached to 1990-09-22

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu The first set on this was fairly promising, with strong and tight versions of Divided Sky, Suzy, Wilson, Landlady, and a really nice Magilla (especially Mike's solo). The easy highlight of the show is the 19 1/2 minute Bowie with Mo' Better Blues and lots of signals, teases and tension. Strong, above average first set, especially with that long jam to cap things off. Alas, the second set is merely OK. Tweezer is alright, Possum has its moments, and Page certainly does a standout job with his solo in The Lizards. But nothing to match up to the promise of the first set. If I could hand out partial stars, I'd probably give this show 3 1/4, but instead I'll just go with three. A decent three stars, though, and the Bowie is worth a listen.


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