I have just recently downloaded the "Let It Rock" album, and put it in my IPhone, so I have had the opportunity to listen with my hearphones most of it ... hell with the hearphones you really can hear better the music
Anyway, being weird I started from the middle of the show and I went for "Sitting in Limbo" I loved this version and this acid/scretching guitar solos which were delivered by Jerry (what guitar was he using back then?), but most of all I was caught by the man on the keyboard this Nick Hopkins guy.
His solow remind me a bit of Jerry noodling, he has a very "heavy" sound ... he can make his presence being felt for sure. In most of the songs the main interplay was Hopkins/Jerry and this was very nice to hear.
So, this guy is a surprise to me, and I will have to search for other JGB shows with this fellow on piano .... I know that Grateful Nirvana pointed out the existence of even a better 1975 show and I have downloaded it so I'll go on to listen to it.
Is it just me or this Hopkins guy has that "something" special, but if so why didn't he stay longer .....