SET 1: Funky Bitch, Divided Sky, Weigh > Rift > The Landlady > Fast Enough for You, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Possum
SET 2: Maze, Bouncing Around the Room > It's Ice > Lifeboy, Sparkle, You Enjoy Myself, Purple Rain > Hold Your Head Up, Daniel Saw the Stone > Good Times Bad Times
It's Ice contained teases by Page of the theme from James Bond. Trey quoted Beds Are Burning in YEM.
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Review by SlavePhan
THE BAD: Not too many negatives to this show, although the somewhat haphazard flow of both sets keeps this from being a must-listen. The band kept the bluegrass/southern rock trend for the tour going on this night, with a handful of #s that tilt in this direction (MMGAMOIO, Sparkle, Daniel, Rocky Top), but without the emphasis and energy from the night before.
ETC: Mike is particularly vocal in this Funky Bitch, which hadn't been played since the spring. Fans of the eerie may want to take a listen to the beginning of this Maze, which has Trey whispering indecipherably a la the Providence Bowie. During Daniel, Trey gives a special thanks to "The Blumps". There is a major classic rock tease in the YEM, which carries the jam (tune yet to be ID'ed). Bouncing has a longer outro than normal and is quite nice.