, attached to 2004-06-20

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw A show on par with the epic show the night before.

Rift is an old school opener choice and is fairly straight forward. Julius starts of sloppy and is standard. Bill Bailey is a fun nostalgic treat. An amazingly beautiful and haunting waves jam. Drowned starts off sloppy but goes off into a pretty solid jam to cap the set.

Set 2 starts off with an amazing seven below jam. It starts very rough but makes up for it. It goes into a cohesive uplifting jam, it seems like it's going to end and then Trey finds a riff to play with. It then goes into great peaks and Machine Gun Trey goes into action, this is top notch trey playing towards the end. Ghost goes type 2 quickly and into a nice, pretty, compact jam. The segue into Twist is fantastic. The jam starts with some experimental interplay between all 4. Then it moves into a nice groove, Trey once again comes out triumphant with another gorgeous peaky section. YEM is extremely strong.

Good Times Bad Times....Well it's the average encore it always is.


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