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Editorial Reviews

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Ho hum, yet another live Hot Tuna album, right? Not this time around. Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, and company are captured in absolute peak form on this pleasant surprise. The venue is Stove's, a 50-person-capacity joint in Yokohama, Japan; the band had been in the midst of an electric tour but were forced to bust out the acoustic instruments because of space considerations. Space considerations? The place was so crowded that the band had to enter via a window behind the stage. Clearly, the intimacy of the venue inspired the quintet to great heights, especially keyboardist Pete Sears. The idea of releasing this music came only after replaying the tapes. The repertoire will be familiar to even the most causal Tuna fan--traditional blues from Rev. Gary Davis, Jesse Fuller, and Robert Johnson accompany a couple of Jefferson Airplane holdovers--but the performances passionately ebb and flow, exuding joy with every twist. "i"--Marc Greilsamer

Live in Japan - At Stove's Yokohoma City 02/20/97