This show featured the first Camel Walk since July 2, 1995 (140 shows) and first Magilla since May 4, 1994 (260 shows). Ha Ha Ha was notable for the heavy metal jam outro. YEM included Super Bad teases. The jazz jam in the Mule Duel included an ‘A’ Train tease from Mike.
Noteworthy Jams
Teases
Super Bad tease in You Enjoy Myself, Take the 'A' Train tease in Jam
Debut Years (Average: 1990)

This show was part of the "1997 Winter European Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1997-02-26

Review by westbrook

westbrook If you're looking for the best of the 97 Winter European tour, this show should be one of the first you pull down after 3/1 and 2/17. The first thing you'll notice about this show is the impressive setlist filled with bustouts and rarities, but there is some really good jamming in this show as well. The first set is highlighted by a pretty strong Hood, the best Tube played up to this point in the band's career, and a fine performance of the Fishman-penned Rock a William.

The second set gets off to a fast start with Buried Alive>Poor Heart>Ha Ha Ha. Ha Ha Ha is particularly strong as it includes a nice little jam tacked on the end of the song that I wish they would do more often. YEM is solid and the Scent of a Mule later in the set features a great jazzy jam which segues naturally into Magilla. This is definitely one of my favorite Mules. The set-ending Slave is very good and the show concludes with the last Highway to Hell until 6/12/09.

All in all, this is a very nice show and makes a fun listen.
, attached to 1997-02-26

Review by zsmith0307

zsmith0307 To my ears this this the 4th best Winter 97 show after 3/1, 2/17, and 2/23, but it's a very fun show that is worth the download.

The number one thing it has going for it is the setlist... lots of rarer songs interspersed among classics.

The first set highlight is unquestionably the Tube which is the precursor to the magic that would take place on 12/7. Nothing else stands out, but all of the bustouts are very well played.

As mentioned, the second set SOAMule is a goofy highlight, and the YEM is above average.

Get this one for the setlist and early 90's-esque goofiness.

4/5
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October 01, 2000
16 years ago
Desert Sky Pavilion

Set 1: First Tube > Wolfman's Brother, Back on the Train, Beauty of My Dreams, Vultures, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Billy Breathes, Llama[1], Lawn Boy, Runaway Jim

Set 2: Roses Are Free > Piper[2] -> Guy Forget[3] -> When the Circus Comes > Camel Walk, Driver, David Bowie

Encore: Waste

[1] Trey introduced the band during Llama before encouraging the audience to clap along with him. He slapped himself on the forehead and encouraged fans to slap the foreheads of the person next to them.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Debut.

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