Y'all, this show was an all-time instant classic. No doubt about it. Last one was Sunday Alpine 2019. Yes, the rare and stupendous variety. Long time head here ('92), fortunate to have attended many of the great ones and this show enters that pantheon. In addition to the stellar 2001, these are standout versions of Melt, Sally (not to surpass Bill Graham 2016), and even First Tube. They even outdid themselves on Chalkdust with soaring energy throughout and oodles of locked-in complex jamming. This wasn't just a standard crowd pleaser Sat party setlist, it was everything. I'll even say a new fav since early Dicks and UICThis dude gets it.
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