DWD contained a Tracy (The Cufflinks) tease from Trey. Trey teased What's the Use? in Wolfman's Brother.
Jam Chart Versions
Teases
Tracy tease in Down with Disease, What's the Use? tease in Wolfman's Brother
Debut Years (Average: 1993)

This show was part of the "1999 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1999-09-24

Review by seattlegal

seattlegal I have such great memories of this show - especially the second set. I had been waiting for Lizards forever, and the energy of the crowd during Misty Mountain Hop was off the hook!
, attached to 1999-09-24

Review by westbrook

westbrook This first set works really well for me song selection wise. I'd prefer something else besides Loving Cup as a closer but that's about it. First Tube and Punch is a high energy opening pair and as an unabashed Farmhouse devotee I like its placement in the cool down slot. Moma is its typically funky bad self and Disease stretches out into a pretty nice first set jam with a brief section reminiscent of the Boise Bag. Roggae and BOTT are what they are. I wasn't always a big fan of Guyute but I've seen the error of my ways and now welcome the Ugly Pig in any first set.

The last Peaches until its return at MSG in '09 gets things off on the right foot to start the second set. The following Possum is not a noteworthy version but it keeps the momentum of the set trending up and sets the table for a pretty great 50 minute stretch of music to close the set. Wolfman's is the jam of the night and builds into a really pleasant groove with a solid foundation while Trey leads things melodically before it spaces out segues into Lizards. I think Lizards works great coming out of a jam because it can start out nice and quiet but by the end the energy is right back up. Sand probably won't blow you away on its own but you have to love the segue into Misty Mountain Hop (and the song itself). Even though Wolfman's is the only major jam of the set, it all holds together very well. Good transitions and song placements make this set greater than the sum of its parts. Boogie and CDT make strong encore choices to close the show.

4/5
, attached to 1999-09-24

Review by phunky58

phunky58 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.
, attached to 1999-09-24

Review by discotrav

discotrav 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.
, attached to 1999-09-24

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw 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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