, attached to 2000-09-11

Review by Gumbo72203

Gumbo72203 Very under-appreciated show, with a bit of uneven playing despite lots of energy.

First set: MOMA DANCE. You need this Moma Dance. About 11:30 in total musical length; it is ferocious and jammed out. RIFT has a lot of energy but lots of Trey flubs. Fine. Brian and Robert is great and starts off with some cool feedback from Trey. Vultures is fine, Horn is actually played pretty well, and BOMD is standard-great. Ya Mar is weird, but gets jammy at the end and the Stash has some excellent, bluesy improv which is very unique.

Second set: CDT is a firebomb, Twist gets weird and PIPER!!!!! Piper gets real funky in the middle. When does Piper ever do that? Never. Great stuff. Seek out this set. Lots of space-Trey in the latter half of the jam, and it's glorious. Mike and Page step up with Fishman to drive the train behind Trey's outer-space loops. WTU and YEM to cap a set? Oh yes. WTU actually has a jam at the end that threatens to become Silent In The Morning but dissolves back into the space from which it came. YEM then starts up. Fantastic.

This is also my favorite 1.0 WTU because it's played perfectly.


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