, attached to 1993-07-28

Review by theghost

theghost 30th Anniversary! Split, Antelope, and Hood are the songs you want in 93 and, as Westbrook said, Trey is indeed at peak powers on all three of these, but his best is the Jim that kicks off the show (pretty much). His playing from about 5:20 on is spectacular! Perhaps even a rival of the FIREBALL he threw during the 7/9/92 Jim.
Not as great a night for Fishman though. He's bashing away like Keith Moon on an eight ball, on top of Trey's brilliance, in spots. This is about the last tour where he overplayed like this. It was kind of his last (occasional) weakness as a player. He tightened that up and just got better and better from there. A better recording and a good Fish night, and this could be another 93 classic. Check out Trey though. Wow.


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