, attached to 1997-08-10

Review by bodyminushead

bodyminushead Before I even start, I just have to thank Cory Ferber for that great review! Don't expect any such insight from me.

This goes down as one of the most UNIQUE shows I've ever seen, along with the "Merry Pranksters" show a few days later in NY and the "Phil" show in 99 at Shoreline.

In many ways, the 1st set was superior to the 2nd; with a monterous SOAM, Bathtub Gin, and a rare 1st set Hood.

The 2nd set is much more memorable, however, with the long, crazy rotation jam, culminating to what? .... Rocka William? I was not familiar with this song as they had only played it once or twice before and I had not yet heard the tapes. But... it was awesome! Fishman is not a great singer, as we all know, but he sounds great when paired with the right song, and this was one of those.


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