, attached to 1987-09-02

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Ok folks, this may be hard to believe, but this is a soundboard recording!! I know it doesn’t' sound like it, but it is with lots of cassette generations in between. What do you expect for 1987? Anyways...this is a terrible quality recording to listen to, so all the other reviews here are correct, except that the cuts you hear are, assuming Paul is running sound, the soundman is pushing the PFL, or solo button to check each instrument's levels for the mix. This shows that the recording is right off of the soundboard. Also the effects that are added during Makisupa, reverbs and delays, are also Paul at the board. Trey has nothing to do with it. That being said, the playing here is pretty standard for 1987 shows. Nothing too special here and you can skip this one unless you need to hear everything that's available.


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