, attached to 1999-07-30

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw A couple notes on this one.

Everything played is pretty consistent for the most part. Sample has a great solo, Stash is above average. But what really delivers is the Ghost, with it's beautiful experimental ambiance. Whatever it is about Japan it seems to bring out beauty and top notch ambiance.

DWD kicks things off steaming and the jam seems to kind of pick up where Ghost left off, which I have no complaints about. Reba was standard to above average. Bike has a hilarious guitar solo by Fish, which is one of those "Is this crap? Or is this jazz?" kind of playing. And Jim has a fantastic conclusion and is just top notch, well above average.

Personally this show is a 4 teetering on a 3. But it is an extremely enjoyable listen and the peaks although seldom are very high.


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