, attached to 1995-12-08

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Very well played show. A lot of times you pick out the good songs out of average sets, but with this show you pick out the best out of great sets.

Exceptionally strong Jim, they are firing on all cylinders very fluid, It has an explosive finale. Fluffhead has a near perfect ending solo. The set ends with a smoking GTBT.

The Tweezer jam starts with some strong interplay between Page and Trey. The jam is very experimental and gets very mucky towards the middle. It has a great Kung section almost reminiscent of the Lassie section of the Providence Bowie. The segue back into Tweezer is fantastic almost as great as the Broome County Tweezer>Timber>Tweezer a week later. Tweeprise is in a weird slot in he 2nd to last song of the set. Antelope is also very strongly played.

The Beatles encore is fantastic and besides the 10/31/94 Halloween set is probably the only time you'll ever hear two consecutive Beatles songs.

Overall a fantastic show. But It just doesn't have that classic legendary feel that the shows around it have.


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