, attached to 1997-06-24

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Split Open and Melt: Standard.

Beauty of My Dreams: Standard.

Dogs Stole Things: Standard.

Vultures: Standard.

Guelah Papyrus: Trey botches the composed piece. ‘As long as I got to sing that Paris line, I’m happy’ – Oof…

Runaway Jim: Big, ’ol shushing going on before the explosion part, you know the part I am talking about… -> Gypsy Queen: Not perfect, but the effort is there and it elicits a great reaction from those in attendance, pretty cool -> Runaway Jim

Talk: Standard.

Free: Really strong jam, enjoyed this a good bit and would recommend.

Prince Caspian: Standard. >

Rocky Top: Standard.

SET 2: Wolfman's Brother: Deep, deep funk. This is a tremendous version if you are into these funk jams. Highly recommended. Really catchy hook in the early to mid 14’s with Trey leading the charge, has a very classic rock feel to it – outstanding!!! >

Reba: They really take their time with this one and stretch it way out. Very nice body of work if not a scintillating climax. Would recommend just for the jam itself.

NICU: Standard.

Twist: Standard. >

Piper: Standard.

Wading in the Velvet Sea: Standard.

Ghost: Funk -> RAGER. This thing smoooookes. Would highly recommend!

ENCORE: Loving Cup – Standard.

Replay Value: Runaway Jim -> Gypsy Queen -> Runaway Jim, Free, Wolfman’s Brother, Reba, Ghost.

Summary: Very good show, plenty of value here. Not quite as good as 6.20, but not too far off. I feel the rating here (3.729) doesn’t quite do it justice. I am feeling good rating it a 3.9 out of 5.


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