, attached to 1995-07-02

Review by MiguelSanchez

MiguelSanchez these two shows in vermont are two of my favorite shows from an exceptional summer tour. sample>divided is pretty straight forward. gumbo was still a quasi rare treat at this point. the curtain is well played, and while i'm not a huge julius fan, this one has loads of energy. then they dive into the first camel walk in 6 years, which, obviously, was well received. in a year full of killer rebas, here's another one. the rest of the set is pretty straight forward.

the second set kicks off with a nice rocking run away jim. this one does go out as far as others, but it still has a nice mellow out into a fun makisupa policeman. they don't stay mellow for long. they crank out a nice high octane mule, with a slamming duel in the middle. then, you have to check out this tweezer. gordo and trey play brilliantly on this one. eventually, it finds its way into the new tune hahaha. from there, they mellow out again. sleepy monkey works well. then they dip into acouostic army, their little summer 95 gimmicky thing. after that, they bring out all home with a lovely slave closer. page has some nice playing on this bad boy. the halley's>tweeprise enc really sends everyone home happy. great show, but i like the next night a little better. it is hard to top that timber/bowie mayhem to kick off the 2nd set. either way, get the whole run; both shows are smoking.


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