, attached to 1996-07-15

Review by DaReba

DaReba Second Set on paper is beautiful.
DWD is dance worthy. Fish is on-point and allows the band to be a flying dancing box of music. o.k DWD nice segue into Maze.
Trey drops out completely for a good stretch in the begining of page's solo. deep ffunk. page kills it and trey's rhythm guitar is sharp. they sort of miss the climax of page's solo but .... Trey's solo is a good listen. He starts in the voice of the tour. A watery, muffled but piercing whine. This turns into a great tension-release display. Fish shines again. You can hear afterward how small the crowd is. I remember back in 96 wanting to be at theses shows and hearing these guys who blow the roof off arenas , play to smaller crowds.
Loving Cup is a little lethargic .The band is battling feedback all night. Trey flubs some lyrics. Fish is Tight though and is a joy to listen to. They actually cut off the jam. They don't do the gimme little drink. Might be the feedback. Weakest Loving Cup i've ever heard


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