SET 1: Drifting > Cayman Review, Air Said to Me, Dark and Down, Night Speaks to a Woman, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Money, Love and Change, Spin, Love is Freedom, Back on the Train , Talk, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Wilson, Shine, Mr. Completely > 46 Days, The Way I Feel, Tuesday, Push On 'Til the Day, Come As Melody
ENCORE: First Tube > I Am the Walrus
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Review by gigrant
70 Volt Parade was an interesting idea. i feel like Trey was channeling his inner Hendrix and trying a funky combo w/ new musicians. i recommend giving this show a listen if you ever come across it - it's an interesting period in musical history. much different than Phish, and not the same as TAB either.