SET 1: The Curtain With, Funky Bitch, Possum, Golgi Apparatus, La Grange, Suzy Greenberg, Big Leg Emma, You Enjoy Myself
SET 2: Good Times Bad Times, Cities, Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Contact, Run Like an Antelope
SET 3: I Know a Little > Mike's Song, Corinna, Rocky Top, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters
ENCORE: Jesus Just Left Chicago
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Review by Bob_Loblaw
The Curtain With is a treat, I love Page's keys in it and it's a great example of how different (in a good way) a song can sound in it's early incarnation. I also enjoy Big Leg Emma, Trey does a really good job singing this one. YEM isn't on the tape so who knows what goodness is in it.
Cities is great. The contrast between BBFCFM and Swing Low Sweet Chariot is awesome, and Trey's banter about them being in the same vein makes it rather humorous. Antelope is also especially strong.
I know a little is a nice little rockabilly tune, you can really hear Trey hitting those notes as his tone is much more primitive at this time. Corinna is solid. And McGrupp may be one of the single strongest affairs of the show.
Extra slow Jesus Left Chicago to end the show.
Pretty solid show.