Soundcheck: Set Your Soul Free (this soundcheck is incomplete)
SET 1: AC/DC Bag, Martian Monster, Ass Handed, Everything's Right > 555, The Wedge, Lawn Boy, Back on the Train, Ocelot, My Sweet One, Theme From the Bottom > Bathtub Gin
SET 2: Down with Disease > What's the Use? > Blaze On > I Always Wanted It This Way > Joy, Limb By Limb > Also Sprach Zarathustra > You Enjoy Myself
ENCORE: Suzy Greenberg
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Review by zarathustraz
What Everything's Right tries Ocelot accomplishes more successfully.
Ocelot through Gin is a strong sequence. Trey has trouble building the peak in Gin, but everyone else steps up and in to build a tsunami of growing sound that Trey can just coast to conclusion. Good stuff.
DWD jam feeds off strong interplay from the whole band.
Limb by Limb is a surprise highlight of the second set. And 2001 really benefits from Trey's newly imagined dark tones.
YEM sports a guitar solo from the guitar player, which is not as customary as you might think these days.