SET 1: Rift, Horn, Foam, Fee > Split Open and Melt, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, Axilla > Possum
SET 2: The Landlady > Poor Heart, Julius, Fluffhead > Big Ball Jam, Run Like an Antelope, Dog Faced Boy, Sweet Adeline, Sample in a Jar
ENCORE: Highway to Hell
ENCORE 2: Harpua
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Review by Miguelito
I’ll take The Landlady to open a set anytime. This one does the job admirably, going right into an energetic Julius. That wouldn’t be my top choice for the 2 spot in Set II but once Fluffhead starts, we can quickly move on as we enjoy an excellent version that is a major show highlight. The mid-set Antelope, however, is arguably the highlight of the show and it smokes as the best of versions of this tunes tend to do. A very rare second encore is performed here, and it’s Harpua ta boot. What a way to end the show!
Overall, this is a likable show with some highlights leading me to conclude that the show is a bit underrated. However, those highlights aren’t enough to make this one of the must-listen shows of this excellent tour.