, attached to 1999-07-25

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Killer top shelf 1st set.

An extremely strong My Friend My Friend. And a very early ambient dip into my left toe which on its own could be the jam of the night. Fantastic segue into Whipping Post, my god fans must have lost their minds! Such high energy that seems to roll forward for the rest of the show. Boogie is extremely strong and precise, 99' Boogie On's are nothing to mess around with.

2nd Set is one of those sets where literally everything across the board is above average. A case can even be made for how strong Suzy Greenburg Is!!!

BOAF kicks thing off with just a nice mellow jam very fluid. Walk away has been known as one of the best landing pads and this one is no exception, Trey just roars into it. Then out of nowhere Antelope appears. What a bizzare placement for Antelope, but it works so well excellent setlist construction. Antelope stretches longer than normal and for several minutes gets very mellow before it's conclusion. You can tell Fish wanted Antelope because he's playing around so much on drums and just having a blast.

HYHU was well...HYHU. But like I said above for fun than the norm. YEM was great with a pretty awesome Boogie Jam/Tease towards the end.

Just another front to back barn burner. They seem to go in groups in 99'. 5 star show.


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