SET 1: Ya Mar, Julius, Fee -> Taste, Cavern > Stash, The Lizards, Free, Johnny B. Goode
SET 2: Crosseyed and Painless -> Run Like an Antelope, Waste, Harry Hood > A Day in the Life, Sweet Adeline
ENCORE: Funky Bitch
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Review by dpwilljr
Listen to this classic again. I'm watching it for the first time since the show and so much is coming back to me.
The Crosseyed and Painless so full of techno/groove layered beauty. Trey whacking away at this little drum kit in front of Page.
Those days may be gone, but what they're doing now is so creative and different.
I'm so fortunate to be living during a time in history where I can still experience this band live.
Just four regular guys from Vermont...I love this band so much.