, attached to 2001-11-06

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill I got lucky for this show because my tickets were third row right in front of Les Claypool! This was also right in front of Stewart's alternate drum kit/percussion amalgamation. The only downside, I guess, was that I couldn't see Trey and the Matterhorn guitar very well. We must have gotten there late because I don't remember seeing the Cancer Conspiracy open up the show.

Anyway, the show itself was pretty much just a regular reading of all the songs on the only Oysterhead album/disc. I do remember Les coming out with the flashlight glasses on for Shadow of a Man. The Israelites was a surprise encore to me because I really didn't know how many other songs they knew together.

Overall it was a good time and I wouldn't mind seeing other mixed personnel bands like this.


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