, attached to 1987-10-14

Review by BudokanCostume

BudokanCostume I love the smoothe, up-close-vocal and in-the-pocket roll when YEM breakdown kicks off and in the transition to Golgi. It feels like these may be a hangover from Take the A Train earlier in the set.

There is some considerable hiss in the recording I have, but the crunchiness of the recording pays off for me in the backing vox on Golgi being a perfect spot.

Slave fades in and out, but I suppose my brain wants to fill in the spaces and appreciates taking it way down low. The Fluffhead recoding breaks down in the end, but up till that point, it feels like a driving Fluff, with lots of space between the instruments, giving them space to come back in together perfectly. Kudos to Mike for staying perfectly cool during a hot mic Possum start


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