, attached to 1999-07-13

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Great playing overall for this show.

Average at some parts with some solid versions of songs peppered throughout.

Halleys Comet has a very strong jam and awesome segue into Roses are Free.

A great Reba played just the way it should be.

Wolfman kicks off the second set in style with a great 99' jam and is the perfect pairing for the Piper after it. But it is also an anchor jam for a mostly average set of songs after the fact.

Scott Murawski was an interesting guest in the fact that he was more conservative and left less of a footprint than many other guests do. Is this good? Bad? I feel indifferent about the Possum as several days before Derek Trucks destroyed it when he sat in. Tuesdays gone was good for the fact that it was a debut and worked fairly well with Scott although it's also just a typical one off debut song.

Overall great show. To my ear it just falls short of the night before.


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