, attached to 1999-10-10

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw The first set is pretty standard and straightforward for the majority of it. Dirt is strong and yet another strong version of Vultures. Stash is "The Business" though. It goes into a lush sea of sound that is just beautiful, very reminiscent of a Simple jam. This builds slowly into a absolutely phenomenal peak. One of the best Stashes I've ever heard.

Set two starts with a cool ambient jam that casually moves into YEM. YEM is very cohesive and strong. The jam section is also a standout among other versions. No vocal jam but the jam is very pretty coming out of the song. The best version of YEM I've heard from 1999. Gin goes into a jam very quickly and it is a very fast paced gin like jam before quickly going back to Gin proper.

Contact/Misty Mountain Hop is a fun encore.

Overall a very mild average show with the huge exception of Stash and YEM.


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