SET 1: Possum, My Friend, My Friend -> Jam > Gumbo -> Maze, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Roggae, Guyute, Run Like an Antelope
SET 2: Gotta Jibboo > The Curtain > Sand, Makisupa Policeman > Cars Trucks Buses > Funky Bitch > Cavern
ENCORE: Harry Hood
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Review by KernelForbin
The first big and very unique moment in this show comes with the Jam after MFMF. Very cool and spacey stuff here, a must listen! The space drops nicely in to Gumbo, which is standard, and then a well executed segue in to a raging Maze. Boogie and Roggae are both pretty nice, but don't go out there as much as one would like.
Set two isn't quite as good as one would hope, judging by the setlist. The Sand is a monster, but spends a lot of time meandering around, never truly finding its place until Michael Ray comes out. Still a great track, but nothing to write home about. Makisupa > CTB > Funky Bitch is definitely the highlight of this set. Not much can be said about a Hood encore with Ray on trumpet... just listen to it, immediately.
This recording has been remastered, download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?kagd2mez8fzrs