Soundcheck: Buffalo Bill, The Old Home Place, Dog Log
SET 1: AC/DC Bag, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, The Sloth, Runaway Jim, Weigh > NICU, Fast Enough for You, It's Ice > Poor Heart > Sample in a Jar, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome, Stash
SET 2: Golgi Apparatus, Possum -> Catapult, The Curtain > Tweezer -> Makisupa Policeman -> Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Life on Mars?, Uncle Pen, Slave to the Traffic Light > Cavern
ENCORE: Sweet Adeline, The Squirming Coil
I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic and Stash was preceded by a Simpsons signal. Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide and Sneakin' Sally through the Alley in Possum. During Sweet Adeline the band kept rotating the direction they were facing to sing to the entire crowd.
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Review by Anonymous
This show turned me into the "Tweezer" fanatic that I am today. The first highlight of the show is a "Possum", which is followed by the always-strange "Catapult". "Curtain>Tweezer" follows that, and it is probably my favorite "one-two" combination. This Tweezer does not disappoint! It grooves and glides effortlessly, through numerous jam segments. It seems that from Tweezers such as this one and 11/30/95 Dayton (and others, of course), that we have arrived at the epic jamming that became almost commonplace in 1997. Jams with several, distinct jam segments, such as the Ghost from 11/28 Worcester and the Jim from the next night, seem to me to be direct descendants of this Tweezer. These styles of jams work hard at establishing the Groove before launching into the Unknown. If you're not a Tweezer fan, by all means check this one out"...it may change your mind, too!