, attached to 2003-02-16

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Riding on the heels of yesterday.

Bowie flies right out of the gate. It has a very solid nice groove in it's jam. Excellent weave in and out of Catapult that leads to a fantastic conclusion to a great sequence. Great version of Round Room, definitely one of the better versions overall. Cool Golden Lady Debut. Also one of the better Pebbles and Marbles. Yet another solid first set.

Disease kicks things off, it doesn't go very deep being the jam gets ditched into 7 below. The segue is nice back into DWD from 7 Below. I'm not sure but this may be the only show with two weave in and out sequences to start both sets. Piper goes lightning speed right off the bat. They are trying to find their footing for most of it. The middle section is very Birds Of A Featheresque. Trey eventually finds a nice little riff towards the end.

Friday is surprisingly a great way to end the show in my opinion.

Overall I like this show a hair less than the night before. But still a nice few shows to kick off the tour.


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