I wonder if people would feel as strongly about this show as I'm sure they're going to if there weren't SO many rarities crammed in there. And that observation is not to take away from the playing, which was great. But come on man. Look at that setlist! It's way past gratuitous. I guess flying to Milwaukee and dealing with Alpine is the cost we now must pay to witness something like that.
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