, attached to 1992-04-19

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc I think that the bootleg sound quality is giving me some trouble here. The Stash jam is really cool but the recording is such that I have to really lock in on Trey to follow his playing and its more of a chore than the pleasure it should be. Maze however sounds very good and is my clear set 1 highlight. This first set doesn't really sniff the last few nights highs but it isn't bad.

I'm a big fan of the Curtain so I'm always happy to hear it (with perhaps a notable exception). The transition to Mike's Song doesn't sound all that good on tape. It would be crazy not to acknowledge the jamming that happens in Mike's and 'paug but for whatever reason like the first set's Stash I'm just having trouble locking in on it. I've listened a few times and not really been grabbed which is weird for me. Horse>Silent works very well here. Nice to see a Tube here it's the only one for this tour so that's something. Mango goes for a sweet brief walk. An average Llama takes into the Fish goofiness portion of the evening. An excellent '92 Jim ends the set. Encores are fun as per usual.

So I don't know. This one doesn't do for me what the previous three nights do but there is still plenty to enjoy. Maybe I just need to listen again some other time.


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