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Review by thelot
The show starts out with a loose Alumni. It almost sounds like you’re listening to soundcheck. Things tighten up quickly and we’re treated to a nice string of songs to open the show. A decent Split Open follows. Donna Lee gets dusted off after a brief Hiatus. Last seen at The Front on 10/20. This pairs nicely with a solid Slave. Inspired version of YEM tonight, but unfortunately cuts out during the jam section! Ugh!!! I believe the band debuted Carolina earlier this year knowing these Carolina shows were coming up. It sounds like the room is filling in a little more at this point. Foam is a bit off to start. Jesus Left closes out the recording of this long first set. There was definitely more that followed but unfortunately it’s lost to time. I’m curious if I only one set was played on this night.