, attached to 2003-02-22

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw The Sloth is very well played and a pretty random opener. Piper is a nice exploratory warm up jam. The segue into Weekapaug is pretty slick. Walls of the Cave is a relentless momentum driven jam with great peaks. Mountains in the Mist is gorgeous as usual.

Tube is always a welcome set opener, and this one has a nice stretch to it. The Gin jam starts in a kind of up tempo down tempo jam. And dissolves into what seems like the end as Trey plays the Gin riff. But the rest of the guys won't have it. It goes into a nice cohesive groove led by Fish. The majority is mostly noodling weirdness. Not really a fan of it, seems a little too fluffy for me. Bowie is very strong and well played.

Overall a string of good songs strung together around standard stuff.


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