, attached to 2011-08-08

Review by NigelTufnel

NigelTufnel Very strange parking lot situation at the Bowl. A series of lots are built into a hillside and cars entering just pull in one after the other. The lots are about 6 cars wide. I was lucky to be one of the first ones out, because I'm sure there were people stuck there for awhile.

The show itself is good. not great or terrible, just good. This show is considered rather unremarkable, especially since it took place on such a fantastic run. There's merit there, but I would like to say that this Peaches is nailed, Tube is an "above average" jamless version, and the opening quadfecta of the second set is worth a listen. Piper especially. It's a very strange jam and hard to navigate. Lots of ideas crashing around. Cool take.

50 Ways was actually a cool cover. Fishman forgot the words to a verse, but all in all it was nice.

This is a show that doesn't require an urgent listen, but was probably important to the band on a variety of levels. Glad to have been there.


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