, attached to 1996-08-16

Review by dndjp

dndjp One of the Greatests and I do mean greatest shows I ever seen. Ok so the first set of day 1 wasn't up to everyone's snuff. Musically they were text book. A jammin Chalkdust!! And a Divided Sky that Trey had his guitar holding the sun up for that last few moments. Then he plucked that chord and down the sun went. It was a beautiful start to the most memorable weekend of my life. If you were at this show it changed your life. The looks on their faces too when they came out and saw a sea of Phans was priceless. They were blown away. So many jams got my attention that weekend. The Free jam where Trey was looping and reverting his guitar with the drum kit was SICK!!! Such an awesome beat. I could go on and on about this show. It would be easier to write what I didn't like since there was barely nothing I didn't enjoy from this show. Got a ride on Mikes golf cart. Seen him the following day riding a bike. And who can forget about the flatbed jam. That show changed me in a huge way. And the first person that commented you were almost right. It was Clifford Ball Radio KA2XZE!! Close. All the good live tapes from that show came from that broadcast. It's on every tape lol. The scene was unlike any I ever went to before. It was our own city for a weekend. The partying, drum circles, rasta pastas, and of course Ganja goo balls. (Just like referred in Makisupa) DANK!! Thank you to everyone who went to that show. It was one of the greatest vibes I ever felt at a show.


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