SET 1: AC/DC Bag > Cities, Gold Soundz, Ginseng Sullivan, Limb By Limb, Funky Bitch > The Moma Dance > When the Circus Comes, Taste, Bittersweet Motel
SET 2: Mike's Song > Simple -> My Left Toe -> Prince Caspian > Weekapaug Groove, Golgi Apparatus
ENCORE: Brian and Robert, Bold As Love
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Review by Anonymous
Well, this one has been swept under the rug altogether, and that's a crying shame. Granted, the first set is nothing special, unless you're a Pavement fan. The first and last performance of "Gold Soundz" was a treat for those of us in the know, but otherwise there's not too much to report from Set 1.
Set II, however, is a completely different story. Why, you ask? "Simple" -> "My Left Toe" -> "Jam", that's why. About a half hour of music that gets completely undermined by the way "Mike's" > "Simple" > "My Left Toe" > "Caspian" looks on paper. Hidden gem, plain and simple. The "My Left Toe" comes out of the "Simple" jam so effortlessly that more than half the crowd didn't even notice it. And the jam out of "My Left Toe" is full of melodic Mike, patient Page, fantastic Fish and glory Trey. You should hear this.