New Orleans Klezmer All Stars opened. During “Little Faces” Les remarked how this had been “the funnest tour he had ever done” and he also thanked the crew. Before “Them Changes” Stewart threw a barrage of drumsticks into the crowd before settling on a pair to use.

This show was part of the "Oysterhead - The Grand Pecking Order"

Show Reviews

, attached to 2001-11-18

Review by Abe_Froman

Abe_Froman Better late than never, right? I didn't go to this one; I gave it a couple of listens from a nice sounding download from the spreadsheet.

It's fifteen years later, so there's that. The first time I listened I was a little turned off by Trey's over the top playing. It didn't sound cohesive, like a band listening to each other. On my second listen.....OH! that's what this band needs. I was also maybe not listening closely enough myself. Stuff like Owner of the World, Army's on E shows good band connection. I love Birthday Boys, especially that bluegrassy outro. Wield the Spade was cool. And Them Changes would make Jimi proud.

I was into Oysterhead in 01, but between us, I didn't really listen to much other than the album. I really enjoyed this show, and I'm looking forward to hearing some more down the road.
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