SET 1: Buried Alive > Poor Heart, Foam, Bouncing Around the Room, Divided Sky, I Didn't Know, It's Ice > Sparkle > Maze, Golgi Apparatus
SET 2: Runaway Jim, Sample in a Jar, Uncle Pen, Llama, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, The Lizards, Big Ball Jam, Hold Your Head Up > Bike > Hold Your Head Up, Chalk Dust Torture
ENCORE: Amazing Grace, Rocky Top
In a nod to the previous show's Neil Young prank, Trey teased Sugar Mountain in Divided Sky. I Didn’t Know featured Fish on washboard and The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Runaway Jim contained a Simpsons signal and Weekapaug contained a Random Note signal.
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Review by DollarBill
Buried Alive opens up and is kind of timid and a little off from Mike. Right into an ok Poor Heart, complete with digi-noise from the recording source. They just don't sound locked in yet. Foam was a little sloppy at times, but rocked by the end. And as lame as Bouncing usually is, this one also kind of rocked. I'm not sure if Page got some new contraption to simulate the chimes at the beginning of Divided Sky, but it is ear piercing. Sky itself is also a little off and disjointed at times, but rocks hard. IDK brings Fish out on washboard and actually had a YEM style vocal jam at the ending Doug part. Ice was ok; maybe a few spots off from Mike, and the middle just came to a dead stop for some reason. Trey and Page seemed to have miscues in Sparkle, but Fishman kept good control. Maze rocks, a little sloppy, but super rocking. Golgi was an ok closer, dynamic, but a little off all the way through.
Pretty good Jim to start off second set, nice jam. Fishman has a big oops in the bridge of Sample, but oh well it's still new. He also misses the end part of an ok Pen and they are still not locked in. Llama starts to change that and completely rocks. Horse was actually pretty good with a much tighter, groovier Silent to follow. Here's where it gets good; a nice Mike's with a great jam, a pretty decent Hydrogen, and a whopper of a Weekapaug. Really stellar jam as we start to see a glimpse of the future jams we'll hear! Lizards is good on the front end, but got a little off in the transition to Trey's solo, and had an ok end. Then the Balls come out... HYHU brings Fish back out for a solid Bike, and even if you don't like vacuum solos, check this one out. A rocking Chalk Dust closes out a pretty good second set.
Everyone gets shushed for a pretty good Grace, and then rocks out to the perfect encore for this show; Rocky Top! Nicely done!
Not to speculate too much about the band, but it seemed like somewhere in the second set they just said F-it! And they woke up and rocked until they couldn't rock any more. The Weekapaug alone moved this one up to four stars for me, but the show itself should settle in around three and a half.