, attached to 1995-09-29

Review by MiguelSanchez

MiguelSanchez This is a pretty damn good show that you don't hear a whole lot about. bag through strange design are all played well. they are straight forward but well-played. page cuts loose a bit on cars trucks and buses as the band loosens up for a really nice first set yem. page, once again, is rock solid in yem. gordo lays it down a bit too. adeline appears poised to close the set, but they end up tacking on a rocking suzy greenberg.

this is a pretty funky '95 era 2001. the maze that follows is where it is at though. trey and page really tear through this maze jam. very hot. the free that follows really keeps the momentum going. this is a nice early version of free. yamar cools things off nicely before soa melt. this one is a real rocker. it does not stray too far away from the melt theme, but it is certainly worth the listen. billy breathes feels a little out of place here, stuck between melt and hyhu, but hey, it's a nice little cool down. now, cryin' is hilarious. fishman bungles this one quite nicely. a lot of mumbling and hilarity. aditl was a nice, but straight forward closer. chalk dust gave everyone one last hooraah before hitting the streets.


set 1:
ctb, yem

set 2:

2001>maze, melt, cryin


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