, attached to 1996-11-22

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: It's Ice: Standard, not the tightest version. This of course was played to comment on the dangerous conditions outside. >

Runaway Jim: Great jam!

Wolfman's Brother: Standard.

Taste: Standard.

Ginseng Sullivan: Standard. >

Sample in a Jar: Standard.

Fast Enough for You: Standard (awesome).

Train Song: Standard.

Stash: Solid.

Cavern: Standard. Trey admits Norman Blake was the author of Ginseng, not Tim O’ Brien. LOL.

SET 2: Down with Disease: Strong jam. >

Prince Caspian: Really good version here for the era, would relisten. >

Maze: Below average for fall 96.

Billy Breathes: > slop fest

Swept Away > Steep: Standard >

Character Zero: Standard.

Theme From the Bottom: Standard, not a fan of the placement.

Slave to the Traffic Light: Really enjoyed this version, above average and would relisten.

Hello My Baby: Standard.

ENCORE: Julius: Standard. – Trey before they start the song, “Enjoyed hanging out in your town for a couple days, thanks for the people at Gabby’s bar for putting up with us…If you want to get down, down on the ground: Spokaine (Cocaine)”

Summary: Really weird show. You would think after having two nights off that this show would be a rip-roaring affair. It wasn’t. It was subdued, lethargic and sloppy in parts. Outside of Slave and Caspian, there just isn’t much going on here. This along with Lake Placid are my least favorite shows of the tour so far followed closely by Ames.


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