, attached to 1999-10-10

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Farmhouse, Gotta Jibboo, Heavy Things, First Tube, Dirt: Holy Farmhouse album Batman.

Vultures: Outstanding version. Trey dominates.

Stash: Wow! An unbelievable jam that has some major key jamming early on. Big, big peak on this one, a must listen for any Stash fan. Plenty of trilling in the last minute. The ending is a bit rushed/messed up.

First set summary: Vultures was cool, and Stash was GREAT. All the Farmhouse material all back-to-back like that was a bit much. Decent set.

SET 2: Jam: This jam is quite cool and sets up what is to come perfectly… >

You Enjoy Myself: A true groove monster. If that is your thing, you will love this YEM. Perfect Dance Party USA track, Mike crushes this one. >

Prince Caspian > Train Song: Standard.

Bathtub Gin: Solid and short jam.

Character Zero: Zero’d.

ENCORE: Contact > Misty Mountain Hop: And that’s a wrap folks. Good encore.

Second set summary: Outside of YEM, this was a pretty disappointing set to end such an outstanding tour. Outside of Vultures, Stash, and YEM all have replay value, especially that wicked Stash. Did they run out of gas? Burnout? Too much too fast at the break? I would rate this show as a 3.4 out of 5. Pretty average show. I have truly enjoyed revisiting each show on this tour in its entirety over the course of the last 28 days. Some great shows in some out of the way places – markets they just had not explored too much in the past.


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