, attached to 1997-02-20

Review by zsmith0307

zsmith0307 I love the setlist in the first set, but the playing is only so-so. The highlights are the Curtain opener (one of the best ways to open a show) and the Tweezer, which is very good but I found it to be more typical than my fellow reviewers. The Bowie ending is very forced but is redeemed by a nice first-set closing Tweeprise.

The second set has a very mellow setlist and doesn't feature many songs I'd want to see live. However, I do enjoy the flow of the set, especially the second half. The Stash in particular has a nice jam.

Nice to have the whole thing on SBD, which really works well for the more quiet segments (Swept Away->Steep, parts of Stash), but nothing you need to seek out. Gave this 3 stars.


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