, attached to 1999-12-04

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw The first set is pretty weird to me. It feels like a couple good tunes surrounded by songs they completely overplayed all year. Saying that I do really enjoy simple. Tweezer takes a quick dip into a very 99' jam. Dirt is a near perfect version, and Loving Cup has an above average guitar solo.

Set 2 has the same DWD you got all year. This goes into the highlight of the show SOAM. It quickly goes into a loopy trance, followed by Mike laying down a thick groove. Trey then starts playing some weird noodling on his keyboard while the trance intensifies. It's a weird jam but somehow works, and goes perfectly back into SOAM proper. Moma has some extra mustard at the end. Farmhouse is VERY rough. Bowie is pretty standard until Trey blows his lid at the end.

Average Julius>Tweeprise 1-2 punch encore.

Overall a pretty average show.


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