, attached to 2003-02-15

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Llama: Tons of energy coming out of the gate!

Wolfman's Brother: Great version! Lots of thick funk which shifts to a groove-based jam eventually. Would relisten and recommend! >

Reba: Solid yet unspectacular.

Life on Mars? I was so, so excited to hear this. Never thought I would hear it live again. Had only seen it once at Clifford Ball so this was a real treat.

46 Days: Standard.

It's Ice: Sloppy. >

Frankie Says: Will take this anytime I can get, love this tune! >

Run Like an Antelope: Pretty mellow version until the climax which has a ton of tension and release with a punchy ending. Nice work!

SET 2: Waves: Standard. >

Bug: Sloppy and bad placement. >

Ghost: Nothing to outlandish here, just a really good, solid jam. Would relisten and rec. I do like the stop start feel it has in the middle of the jam and the sort of choppy nature of a good chunk of this
jam. >

Free: Crowd goes nuts for the feeling I forgot line of course and Mike tears up his solo. >

Harry Hood: I love Trey’s staccato playing early on in the jam, very cool. This Hood is kind of all over the place. It has a very meh climax with Trey just lazily strumming into what anyone would think would be the typical ending. But wait, there’s more! They go on to get very intense and aggro with this taking into a unique direction. Pretty cool - not the last time this would happen to a Hood in 2.0. Big time loops after the climax. Would relisten and rec!

ENCORE: Sample in a Jar: Standard.

Replay Value/Summary: Good show, nothing too crazy though. Energy of course was bonkers! Would rec Wolfman’s, Antelope, Ghost, and Hood. This show for me is a bit better than LA so I am going with a 3.9 out of 5.


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