Set 1: Dark Star > Terrapin Station (Lady With a Fan) > The Other One Jam > Loser, Down The Road, West L.A. Fadeaway, Blackbird, Looks Like Rain, Dark Star Jam > Drums > Jam > Gasoline Alley > The Other One > Wharf Rat > Valley Road, Dark Star > Terrapin Station (reprise) > Sugar Magnolia
Bob, Alphonso, and Bruce on Blackbird and Looks Like Rain
Sony 59ES->Audio Magic Presto II->ZA2->Soundforge 4.5(48->44.1)->CDWav->.shn
Reviewer: Tom Lyman Weathers
February 19, 2020 Subject:
At the Fleet
Not a lot to say about this one. A good old travel buddy and I. Good feelings everywhere and, a calling to the west. Listen for your selves and enjoy where it will take you. Thank you.
December 8, 2012 Subject:
12 years later....
WOW! First of all, thanx for making this available! I was there with a dear ol' friend-driving up from Northern R.I. to beantown, somehow missing Ziggy Marley and the Melody makers (although I remember hearing "Could You Be Loved" I think, in the hallway as we entered). We tried to get up close-only lasted thru 1st song, but JEEZ a Dark Star to open up, then Terrapin?? I remember Alphonso leading the charge during the mixolydian jam of DS, suddenly droppin in a big bad low F groove that got the whole bands notice, and then it was time to find our real seats-I remember saying, "wow, DS>Terrapin" and a kind stranger who heard me slapped me on the back! A long jammed out show, while Phil-less, it did have Billy back on board:was a weir-d time knowing they were fighting, but the music was great...oh, did I mention the Dark Star throughout the show???? and Terrapin ending?? Too much! We went afterwards to a local watering hole and decompressed to the sounds of a local band doing dead...what a nite!