, attached to 1997-07-01

Review by MomaDan

MomaDan This is an amazing show all around. They really need to bring back Saw It Again, this version is a smoker. Reba is very nice as usual. The meat of this show is definetley in the second set. They start out with a nice smooth jam into Timber. Timber then melts away into Gin, which starts to get nice and spacy towards the end. My tracklisting has Gin->Jam even to show how far away they get from the main theme. As the band seamlessly shifts into the key of D, Trey just hammers away on that opening chord. This starts probably the slowest and funkiest Cities I have ever heard. The Jam afterwards takes on a life of its own. Mike lays down a sweet groove followed by some more space. Then Trey comes back with a The Saints Go Marching In tease with the high picked whammy sound. After noodling a little bit longer with his effects, the jam goes back to straight rock and roll. I think everyone can tell what my favorite part of this show is. A well placed Loving Cup follows and cools the entire place down. If that wasnt enough Slave ends the set on an awesome note. If you havent listened to this show DO IT!


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