One of the good albums of the 80's. It certainly marked a turning point in the band's career with more consistency and maturity in the compositions and arrangements.
Some critics consider this one of the best recorded live albums in history. Well, I would have given anything to have been in NYC on one of those two nights when there was the show and the recording. Cohesive repertoire, with perfect arrangements for traditional blues and musically rich instrumental themes, incredible performances, energy and vibrancy from start to finish. Duane - one of my all-time favorites - makes you levitate with his slide guitar solos.
A master piece.
Hm, acid house...great example of the genre, but it's a dated album.