, attached to 1992-07-25

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This is pretty much an average-great show until the Santana band members join in. That is to say, everything is tightly and splendidly played, but the You Enjoy Myself, Llama, Funky Bitch combination is particularly inspired due to the guests. I'm not overly familiar with Santana, so I don't know if Carlos was always this way, but his playing tends to pale in comparison to Trey's in this show. A class act like Carlos Santana was surely cognizant of that, and made way for Trey to show off, but the complexity of Trey's even early style tends to dominate here. Karl Perazzo would appear again on and after Halloween 1996, and those shows are certainly worth listening to. I could really go for another, late-era Karl Perazzo guest spot, actually. Anyway, listen to it.


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