Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals.
 Random Note and Will the Circle Be Unbroken? signals.
 Fish on Bag-Vac.
 Without microphones.
Possum contained Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals, while Antelope contained Random Note and Will the Circle Be Unbroken? signals and three Get Back teases from Page. Fish teased Poor Heart after Glide. Love You featured Fish on the Bag-Vac. Memories and Sweet Adeline were performed without microphones. Everything was the opening act.
This show is ok, not great. Divided Sky is sloppy, Guelah is unfinished after the Asse Festeval going into Rift. Trey mentions St. Pat's day before Glide. Fishman starts Poor Heart only to get cut off by Trey going into The Sloth. The bootleg I heard cuts at the begining of Tweezer.
After listening to both of the previous reviews & peepin' the youtube link I can certainly say this: dude, what's sloppy is the video of said Divided Sky...I almost barfed from motion sickness.
He's got a point, tho; Sky is kinda sloppy during the parts of the ending crescendo-jam we've all come to know n' love. Trey misses more than 1 or 2 notes, and the key or his tone is...off.
The Mike's lacks in the inspiration dept, too, altho I give Trey credit for trying something entirely different in his approach to the jam.
Regardless, the Weekapaug is short but diseased...a definite must-hear.
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