, attached to 1999-10-09

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Yet another average/above average type show.

The first set version of Wilson is a very heavy one and great. The beginning of theGhost jam although a fairly stereotypical jam is still pretty cohesive. It then goes into a "My Left Toe" type ambient jam which is also great. Out of all the songs in the first set I think Free is the standout in terms of playing, a very inspired version. And as always a strong Possum to close out the set.

LXL lifts us off in set 2 into some very intense heavy jamming, before pulsing forward with some great drumwork by Fish. 2001 is a total dance party but stays pretty much the same throughout. Disease has a fantastic guitar solo that escalates to Trey just destroying it onstage. The piano segue into Wading is spot on and beautiful, and wading is pretty standard but pretty as always.

Slave is a great encore choice and although it's not top tier it gets the job done.


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