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Review by mikey
Given that the memory is now quite old, still I recall having a very good time overall at the show. No musical details however...
Other random day notes:
As Ed said, we got there early and taped the soundcheck from outside the amphitheater, as you could stand in the back and see pretty much all. It was a nice sunny outdoor show, not great attendance.
During the 2nd set there was a smallish earthquake, ISTR.
During the 2nd set, the police, or campus security were repeatedly telling Paul that he had to turn down the volume, so the levels were fluctuating a bit.