, attached to 2004-06-20

Review by RoverPhish

RoverPhish After what I thought was a mediocre first set, they sure made up for it in the second set. I was fairly disappointed with Trey's playing in Rift, Julius, Horn, and parts of Drowned. But, the Drowned jam heated up a bit and closed out the set nicely. The second set brought a very entertaining Seven Below>Ghost...but none of us knew what a one Mike Gordon had in store for us in Twist. MVP of this show. YEM was pretty hot, playing off the energy from that Twist.

Perhaps GTBT was played because of the indeed good times and bad times of this show.

Just my opinion, I know many people regard this show as one of the better shows from 2004.


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