Horseshoe Curve


Generally favorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

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  1. Most of the time, Anastasio chills in the background, letting the horn section log play time on tracks such as 'Burlap Sack and Pumps.' This makes for a record that's alternately brainy and backgroundy--the arrangements are sharp, but the flute solos (particularly on the title track, recorded at a 2002 Pittsburgh show) bring "Anchorman" to mind.
  2. There's some good music here for fans of the jazzed, Afro-Cuban funk sound that the Trey Anastasio Band lineup is known for.
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  1. MikeB
    Aug 11, 2007
    The best release from Trey since the end of Phish. This is quality stuff. Solid through-out.