, attached to 1992-07-27

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Not too bad of a set from what I could hear anyway. This was an audience recording. Really boomy in the low end. Weird after hearing all those board recordings of this tour with Santana.

Golgi cuts in during the middle section, so the end sounded nice anyway. ATR is actally really good. Maybe a few off notes but, they have been getting faster as they get used to this one. Then the explanation from Trey about NPR as Bowie begins. Bowie itself had some brief problems but turns out ok in the end. Horn is kind of a mess from Mike's part which throws Trey off a little in the middle section. Suzy does have a very unique intro like a boy band or barbershop harmony. Llama rips, as usual, though it's not the same without Carlos. A little taste of barbershop comes up with Adeline. Trey says thank you and they close it up with a sweet Rocky Top.

Pretty average set with a few loose parts.


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