, attached to 1993-03-21

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu I think this is pretty much a three star show, but the Harry Hood is flippin' gorgeousness and definitely needs to be added to the Harry Hood jamming chart. On that basis, I'll go ahead and throw this show a bone and give it 4 stars. It's sloppy in places, but overall average-great. Hood is far and away the highlight. YEM is solid and Tweezer is certainly decent, though not tremendously interesting. First set highlight is a pretty good SOAM.

I THINK there's a bunch of teases in this show, but I can place almost none of them. Some sort of Irish folk song-sounding ditty at the end of My Friend (sounds cool, actually), and something during the Hood intro. I think you could call it Walk This Way teasing during Tweezer (you also might not, I don't think it's the only time I've heard Trey use this riff during Tweezer), plus I think there is something else teased starting around 6:44, but I'm not sure and this Tweezer doesn't appear on the jamming chart or Charlie's reviews. I'll send an email about this as someone with more musical expertise than me will probably have an easier time placing this stuff.


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