SET 1: Paul and Silas, Axilla > Theme From the Bottom, Sparkle > Horn > Limb By Limb -> Catapult -> Kung > Maze, All the Pain Through the Years, Layla
SET 2: Roses Are Free > Simple, Makisupa Policeman, Possum -> Wipe Out -> Possum, Bathtub Gin, You Enjoy Myself
ENCORE: Roggae, Hello My Baby
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Review by andrewrose
I had hopes with the Roses set two opener that something juicy would materialize, it being only the seventh time the band had played it at that point, and with the Island tour monster still fresh in the collective memory. It wasn't to be, but they did take the Simple for a long, spacey ride. Not the most engaging jam, but they more than made up for it with the Bathtub Gin.
Let me contextualize this a bit: I remember getting into Boston early on 11/27 after a long drive from Halifax, Nova Scotia (where I was in University at the time) and staying at a friends place who had just gotten the tapes from the UIC run. He put on the 11/9 Bathtub while he played the Ocarina of Time, which had also just come out (am I dating this ok?). It was overcast, cold, and we had just scored mail order tickets to all four nights at MSG. That Gin was smoking, confirming for me that the song was still the holy jam grail at this point in the band's history. Anyway fast-forward to the end of 11/29 and they delivered another gooey, glory-gem of a Gin, and I soaked up every minute. The YEM was icing on the cake, even if the encore was kind of anti-climactic for the end of tour.