SET 1: Runaway Jim, Scents and Subtle Sounds, Axilla > Carini, Dog Faced Boy, Round Room, Halley's Comet > Guyute, You Enjoy Myself
SET 2: Llama, Wolfman's Brother -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, Seven Below, Harry Hood, Chalk Dust Torture
ENCORE: First Tube
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Jim opens with a promising offering, as Trey goes Hendrix during the jam and my eyebrow props up.
As mentioned above, this Carini is outstanding and one of the three best I've heard. My other faves would be 9/14/11 at Essex Junction,VT and the one from the New Year's Run 2012 (I forget which night). Awesome, dark, evil Carini worth many relistens. Dog Faced Boy was a treat. The Round Room was very psychedelic and unique and worth a relisten. I don't like Guyute and this version is particularly grating against the nerves, but whatever.
YEM is average but I'm sure was a blast if you were there, as it always is.
Second set is off the chain. Seven Below is orgasmic and stellar on all levels. Jams like this one make me keep coming back to 2.0 shows to look for more gold like this. I've never been disappointed when I venture into 2.0. I love Trey's growling tone at this time period. Yes, his precision and focus were not always there, but his playing is always free and wild and Mike's bass licks during this period are always chunky and rich.
Enjoyed the show very much.