, attached to 2000-07-03

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This one is pretty much a tale of two sets. Set I has a lot more kinetic energy to it, whereas Set II has more long jams, though they take on sort of groove-based, ambient turns compared to the first set's typically excellent for Summer 2000 Bathtub Gin, which is hose, IMO (apparently inspired by the thunderstorm.) The Jim quiets down about halfway through, and weaves a very engaging soundscape. The Sand is worth hearing (I don't wanna spoil it for you!) And the Chalkdust gets a little weird, too. Antelope from the first set is also excellent. I've long fetishized this show for the Jim alone, and I'm glad that I can now comfortably rate it 4/5 upon the totality of its merits, insofar as that's possible without having been there.


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