Soundcheck: My Soul, Sugar Shack, Sugar Shack Jam, Space Jam, My Soul Jam, Sailin' Shoes
SET 1: Runaway Jim, Wolfman's Brother, Nellie Kane, Beauty of a Broken Heart, Ocelot, Maze, I Didn't Know > 46 Days, Tube > When the Circus Comes, Sugar Shack, Split Open and Melt, Cavern
SET 2: Golden Age > Piper > Mike's Song > Simple > Backwards Down the Number Line > Carini > Wilson > Weekapaug Groove, The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Fluffhead > Loving Cup
ENCORE: Show of Life > Character Zero
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Review by nichobert
I thought that 2nd set had it's moments for sure. The Simple was breathtakingly psychedelic, Number Line probably fixed a lot of peoples doses with it's ecstatic solo. Then back into the murk with an excellent albeit short Carini.
Much better flow than the 1st night of San Fran but less in the way of individual highlights. Easily the most balanced show so far, with the first set having some very nice moments.
For those with limited hard drive space, the Leg
thus far can boil down to: Rock & Roll> Ghost-> Limb, Hood, Sand, Slave, DWD, Tweezer>Twist, Jim, Wolfmans, Melt, Golden Age-> Piper, Simple