During DWD around the 5:15-5:23 mark there was a definite "Tracy" by the Cuff Link's tease. Alot of ppl may not be familiar with this tune since it came out in 1969. I wasn't sure where to submit this.
I remember the second set of this show being amazing. The Peaches opener wa a real treat. Moving directly into Possum got everybody dancin'. Then the funk took hold in Wolfman's which dissolved into Lizards. When Sand took off we all new it was time to melt. This Sand snaked through all of our souls for a while before crashing into Misty Mountain Hop. I remember CK turning on the smoke machine for this one and the lights looking very menacing. Very cool. The Boogie-> Chalkdust was the cherry on top for what was a really fun show in Austin.
Very solid show. First tube kicks this show off in style. Down With Disease is also seriously worth noting.
Peaches is always a welcome set opener for set 2. Possum although being a fairly odd placement also does it's thing to keep the energy. The Wolfman is the goods. It morphs into a hypnotic trance that pulls you in and packs a very heavy punch. Besides Trey hitting some sour notes on the solo Lizards is also very well played. Sand is well...Sand and I won't complain! The -> Misty Mountain Hop is absolutely fantastic and a great cap to the set.
Boogie On > CDT for an encore? I guarantee you will hear no complaints about that whatsoever.
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