Soundcheck: Funky Bitch, Ginseng Sullivan, My Generation, Daniel Saw the Stone > Rock Lobster, Horn, Blues Jam
SET 1: Llama, Spock's Brain, Ginseng Sullivan > Foam, Bathtub Gin, If I Could, Taste, I Didn't Know, Split Open and Melt
SET 2: Halley's Comet > Chalk Dust Torture, Prince Caspian, Uncle Pen, Mike's Song -> Contact > Weekapaug Groove > Hold Your Head Up > Cracklin' Rosie > Hold Your Head Up, Highway to Hell
ENCORE: Slave to the Traffic Light, Amazing Grace
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Review by MiguelSanchez
halley's is a nice little treat to kick things off. chalkdust leads you to believe that this set won't be slowing down, but then they pull out caspian....lame in my book. uncle penn picks things up, and just like red rocks 10 days before, they follow a snappy penn with a monster mike's song. personally, i prefer the red rocks version, but this is no slouch. this groove makes this one of the true hidden gems of summer '95. the work the tension and release masterfully. instead of dipping into hydrogen, they drop into a nice contact, which is followed by a very inspired weekapaugh. the fishman interlude is nice, and highway to hell closes this set in fine style. don't miss the nice slave encore either. page sounds lovely on that one.