, attached to 1999-12-02

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Jim starts things off as a very good warm up. Wading is a very well played version. Free is the star of the first set it is very strong. Besides that not too much notable above average versions in the first set.

The 2nd set is where the business is (as usual). Boogie On for being under 10 minutes packs a huge punch (why don't they open with it anymore?). Jibbo is also very solid. The Gin jam starts serene and beautiful and builds into an all out slaughterfest. Trey is shredding like crazy and Fish is just destroying drums left and right. The jam continues to build up and down like a crazy roller coaster from hell. An outstanding version that should be in the jam charts. It goes effortlessly into 2001 that is extra spacey and for the first half sounds like hundreds of of mice scampering around all over the place. YEM starts off interesting with a good long pause before Fish's symbol section. The jam section starts with a rhythm somewhat similar to Wolfman's Brother. This grows into a very pretty jam that soon includes vocal accompaniment. It's followed by a very notable Little Drummer Boy Vocal Jam that I'm sure was a cool welcome to winter tour for fans.

Bold as love has a pretty damn good guitar solo. I would recommend it.

Overall the first set is just ok. But the 2nd is outstanding!
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