SET 1: Chalk Dust Torture, The Landlady, Runaway Jim, Guelah Papyrus, You Enjoy Myself, Uncle Pen, Llama
This set was an opener for Santana. Trey teased Rhapsody in Blue in YEM.
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Review by DollarBill
Good Chalk Dust to start off. Trey dedicated it to Terry and Tammy the T-shirt booth people. Double opener with a Landlady, also pretty good. Jim is a good jam. I just wish this recording sounded better. Guelah is good, no big mistakes or anything. YEM is pretty tight from what I can hear. Trey is a little soft at times. The vocal jam features the phrase "Did you wash it?" Trey announces Uncle Pen as a Bill Monroe song. Good version here. Llama is a ripping closer, as usual.
Not a bad set at all. No real musical problems. No new Rift material either. If this was a soundboard recording we might be in the five star range! Bummer...