, attached to 1999-12-16

Review by n00b100

n00b100 The first set doesn't really do much for me (although that Roggae IS quite nice, and a Camel Walk is always welcome), and I think the second half Sand is decent but overrated (it's not as good as 12/8, let alone Cypress or Dick's 2012). But the second set does have one top notch sequence, as a truly epic, panoramic Velvet Sea gives way to a Tweezer that splashes major key, soaring hose jamming all over the place (Page's deceptively simple piano work behind the wall of guitar noise is worth rewinding to hear again). The Jim is mainly a victory lap, although the crowd's clapping along, so amped up from the previous jam, is truly thrilling. Most of this show is optional for listening, but the Velvet Sea and Tweezer are mandatory.


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