, attached to 2003-02-18

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Fairly average 2.0 show.

Not too much to talk about in the first set besides A very strong Stash. BOAF has an excellent guitar solo maybe the best for that song. And (like every one from this year) a very strong Walls of The Cave to close the set.

Moma Dance starts and the guys sound refreshed and rejuvenated in their playing. LxL has a kind of eerie dark jam. Strong Divided Sky in a weird 2nd set slot. Carini has a quick thrashing dark jam. YEM is very cohesive and strong with a famous vocal jam.

Mexican Cousin is likely the best version ever.

Overall nothing to exciting. They sound tired throughout the first set but the second set and encore have some great notable moments.


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