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Review by Bob_Loblaw
SITHTOS starts things of fierce and dark. Curtain With is very well played and an interesting pre cursor to Phish's "Final Song" later on. When With comes on people lose it, must have been pretty cool to see in person. Moma Dance is a really good version with a great pulsing jam. The Free that proceeds it is also top shelf with one of the best Mike mid sections I've heard. Maze is fairly straight forward.
46 Days kicks off the 2nd set and drifts off into a quick groove, and a decent segue into possum. 2001 is straight forward, as is Mike's Groove. Kung IMO is completely ruined by having a first set request type feel. It is a song meant to be a bridge between songs or stuffed in the middle of a jam.
Divided Sky is a unique and cool encore, but a fairly average version.