, attached to 2003-02-21

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads A few distinct highlights in an otherwise average-great show. Down with Disease, Run Like an Antelope, Mike's Song, and Harry Hood are the big jams, but ironically, 2001 and Possum are the more enjoyable offerings, if you prefer a little distance from monochromatism in your jams; Disease is more Type 1.5 than Type II, and likewise Mike's Song is a one-jam-only affair that doesn't really break out of the box. Hood is a bit more adventurous, and the two authentic segues (Mike's Song -> Free and Waste -> 2001) are neat, but the teasey 2001 is what I would revisit this show for most of all. One also has to be in a certain mood to fully appreciate a standalone Wading in the Velvet Sea encore. It's still a 3-star show, in my opinion.


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