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Review by thelot
Possum cuts in at the start of the jam. Solid jam for what’s available. This is followed up with an inspired version of Esther. Another spectacular version of Caravan follows. Every version of Caravan since Keene has been great. Bowie starts out with an announcement from Page regarding the authorities threats to shut the show down if smoking and drinking continue. On a side note, I do recall campus security kicking people out of my second show for smoking at this venue. Trey also takes the opportunity to thank their four crew members, Peter, Bob “Claw Me Down” Smith, Chris and Paul, before launching into a good but straightforward Bowie closer.
Set 2 kicks off with Oh Kee Pah>Bag.
Split Open ripped. Tela provided a nice cool down while also honoring a fans request prior to Melt. Mike’s Groove ends the recording, but unfortunately Groove fades out as the jam begins to take off.