, attached to 1999-07-26

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show has an obvious MVP.....And that is Trey.

I don't know what was in the green tea that night but he is in the for front in this show just nailing it.

If you want a Trey show this is it.

Farmhouse is notable for it being above average. The solo is just beautiful. Gumbo has some nice experimentation, maybe working towards to the Boise Gumbo a month or so later? Gin takes a nice short detour into space, and stash is very strong. As state above Trey is just lighting up the fret board the whole time.

Set 2 opens with a above average Wolfman. Trey moves it to shredding to mellow ambiance and back to shredding to a great conclusion. This goes into a stereotypical slow build piper which is a nice touch. The DWD Jam is interesting because it is mostly feedback/ambiance. Almost reminds me of the 97' Amsterdam Llama->Wormtown Jam (without the narration of course). They land gloriously into SOAM, which takes a left turn directly after the song turning into a dark and nasty jam.

Woodstock gets my thumbs up during an encore. And Julius as usual gets the job done.


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