, attached to 2003-02-15

Review by andrewrose

andrewrose There's some tasty gems hidden in this show. The obvious nugget to go to is the first Ghost of 2.0, smack in the middle of a 5 song second set. And while it doesn't disappoint (gets pretty rock and roll towards the latter half, but still patient, with tons of great textures from Page), the Wolfman's is my pick for the highlight: a yery atypical exploratory jam that foreshadows a lot of great stuff that would follow on this tour. Mike and Page were both on fire for much of this tour, and given lots of room to lead jams, add texture, and and tease Trey out into a tightly woven sonic wilderness.

The Reba is sublime, and pencil me in for a Life on Mars? bustout any day of the week. Terrific song choices and flow to this show as well. From the Frankie Says>Antelope set one closer, to the seamless Waves>Bug duo to open set two. The band really came out swinging on this tour, with the 2/14-2/16 trio of shows boasting some of its more underrated moments.


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