SET 1: The Moma Dance, Beauty of My Dreams, Sample in a Jar, Guyute, Ghost > Limb By Limb > Roggae, You Enjoy Myself
SET 2: Llama, Wolfman's Brother > Piper > Tweezer -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Jam -> Down with Disease
ENCORE: Possum > Tweezer Reprise
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Review by westbrook
Set 2 opens with a raging Llama with Trey sounding like Hendrix as he uses the wah effect for much of the song. Wolfman's Brother is slow and funky. This is a typical Piper for the period with the long building intro and the ending coda. The composed part of Tweezer is really funky, as is the beginning of the jam. However, the jam doesn't really become anything more than a little space funk before Trey plays a few blues licks and the band segues into a good JJLC. McGrupp is nice and there's an unusual ambient jam after McGrupp which segues into DwD. This Disease is a hard rocking, type 1 beast, just what the set needed IMO. The Possum, Tweezer Reprise encore is good, as well.
Overall, I like the first set better than the second set.
Highlights - Moma Dance, Ghost through YEM, Llama, Wolfman's, Jam->DwD.