Soundcheck: My Sweet One, Cars Trucks Buses, Uncle Pen (x2), "Rolling Along"
SET 1: NICU > Sample in a Jar, The Old Home Place, Punch You in the Eye, Water in the Sky, Funky Bitch, Horn, Heavy Things, Dirt, Split Open and Melt
SET 2: Gotta Jibboo > Fast Enough for You > Scent of a Mule, Meat, Maze, What's the Use? > Slave to the Traffic Light
ENCORE: Uncle Pen, Bold As Love
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Review by The_Good_Doctor
In 3.0 it is hard to get perspective on 'rating' shows from yester.0, but if a 'Split' and 'What's the Use?' like these turned up in a show these days it would receive rave reviews. The 'WTU?' is a stand alone clocking in at 10+ minutes and goes from a cacophony -> to a hush -> to the stratosphere. If you are a fan of 'WTU?' then I don't have to say anything else.
At the time, and upon re-listen, I don't have any clue what the complaints are about 'Meat' are. The was an echo of the album delivery that was pretty entertaining alongside the CK5 extravaganza (I thought at the time). Again, the lack of crowd noise in the AUD seems to suggest no one in the crowd gave a damn but I don't remember it happening that way at all. But say hey - that is half the fun. To each their own!