, attached to 1995-10-27

Review by FlaxBandit

FlaxBandit For those out there who love to hear some of those all time classic jams, this show has probably my favorite David Bowie. My friends and I would refer to this as the "Satantic Chant Bowie" the reason for which becomes very obvious when listening. This jam segment starts with a slightly evil riff and a mumbling chant being repeated by Trey to amazing key counterpoints from Page. The back and forth is really stunning and melts away into a gorgeous lilting melody accompanied by crooning in a more traditional Bowie breakdown segment. The build up is brooding and dark and rounds out into a traditional but rousing Bowie ending.

This Bowie is the only part of this show I really go back to listen to but it is up there among my most favorite versions.


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