, attached to 1997-07-11

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show interests me because unlike most festival sets it isn't super songy. You have a lot of meaty songs like Stash, Wolfman, an YEM. This gives it a more unique and special quality you don't see in a lot of there sets at large festivals.

Stash goes into a very nice groove and mike holds it down. Solid Wolfman with a pretty straightforward jam. Fantastic segue into Johnny B. Goode, and a ripping version. Straightforward but strong YEM with a lightening fast intro.

Overall not super memorable but a pretty good festival set.


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