Not much really distinguishes this show, played on the final week before the first hiatus. It's worth noting that Trey once mentioned that the band didn't sleep between Vegas and Shoreline, and the result of that can be seen in shows like this one. The band sounds tired and is a bit sloppy. While the setlist shows jamming potential, nothing really makes its way into unique territory.
It's Ice contains a very slow, foreboding, ambient jam section that's quite dark for it's placement as the second song of the first set. Reba isn't bad, but isn't memorable either and the same can be said for the Antelope.
The final version of Rock and Roll played before the hiatus is a joyous excursion that builds to a furious climax. A nice Jibboo is followed by a sloppy Bug.
The Hood jam has some moments of machine gun-esque Trey playing, but is hardly patient.
Absent any memorable moments, aside from the dark Ice, this night is not worth seeking out.
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