, attached to 2004-06-17

Review by NiceGuyMike

NiceGuyMike Overall a very solid show that is definitely worth your time. This Moma Dance may be my all time second favorite version. SPAC '16 will always be my fave (attendance bias). A very nice segue takes us from that Moma into a stellar Free. IMO the momentum is lost during Maze due to a jam section that is surprisingly boring and without direction. Frankenstein gets things back on track before the set break.

There is plenty to enjoy in set two. 46 Days > Possum is a solid way to begin a set and Suzy has a fantastic jam. I'm not as big a fan of this 2001 as many others seem to be. The Mike's Groove is much more to my liking with some killer work from Gordo. Definitely give this show a spin or check out, as I did, The Live in Brooklyn DVD.


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