, attached to 1999-12-03

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Wolfman really kicks this show off on some good grooves and a little cow funk at the end. Billy Breathes is pretty rough. Bag is very solid and has a great flow to it before moving faster than usual at the end. Possum is noteworthy, page and Trey Harmonize perfectly.

Sand starts set 2 in style, the jam has a great atmosphere to it and also flows fairly well. Limb By Limb's jam has a very different feel to it from prior versions. Instead of the tranquil and serene jam you typically get, you get a dark jam that becomes very weird and ambient. Bug is also a standout version, it's played with more passion than the norm. Piper is just utter destruction. Hood has an absolutely gorgeous bliss section and such a slow build to Feel Good About Hood, fantastic version!

R&R is well....A typical encore.

Overall I dig a lot of separate parts of this show. But as a whole it has an odd feel to it.


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