, attached to 1999-12-10

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw A pretty decent show.

As many could have predicted Tweezer kicked things off (after an unexpected Tweeprise showing up the night before). Tweezer doesn't veer off into anything new, but still a nice heavy groove. Dogs stole things is very strong as is Roggae. Birds of a Feather has some nice action between Page and Trey. Guyute is Guyute.

Gibbo kicks off set 2 with a nice extended type 1 jam that has some serious hose. Wedge randomly pops up and is very strong. Bowie starts off with some weird effects that appear to say "Die Die"? pretty odd. Bowie also doesn't veer off much but right when you think it's going to conclude, a nice little pulsing groove appears. This morphs into Have Mercy pretty well. Towards the end of Have Mercy you hear what seems like the conclusion to Bowie. But as an obvious joke the guys cut it off and Start HYHU which is proceeded by an extremely obnoxious vacuum solo. Twist has a very precise feel to it and Trey shreds hard towards the end. Waste has to be up there with 11/2/96 as one of the best versions I've heard.

Ride Captain Ride is always a welcome surprise and is played well.

Overall nothing ground breaking. But a lot of fun still.


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