At a time when the band’s playing was not favoring long jams or deep type II excursions, the band delivered a stunner of a second set at this show with “Tweezer” starting the set and carrying on for almost 40 minutes before the band threw it back to a “Tela” bust-out. It was here the “woo” was invented, and having been lucky to be at that show personally, I can tell you that it truly was one of the deeper spontaneous connections I’ve ever felt to the band and the scene as a whole. We all knew that it was happening, too, and kept woo-ing as hard as we could. What. A. Night.
Watch it here.
Set Two in the parking lot of Harveys Casino in lovely Lake Tahoe.
Bouncing Around the Room
Run Like An Antelope