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The Disco Biscuits Close Camp Bisco With Three Sets [Pro-Shot Video]

The Disco Biscuits closed their annual Camp Bisco on Saturday night with a whopping three sets. After the previous two nights of festival heaven, the electronic jam band pioneers led their faithful followers through the most anticipated part of the weekend with several hours of improvised jamming within the compounds of their favorited compositions.

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The first set opened with “Caves of the East” into “Loose Change.” From there, “Bernstein & Chasnoff” sandwiched an inverted version of “Highwire” and “Tempest” within a monstrous extended jam. The band closed the first set with “Mulberry’s Dream.”

In true Disco Biscuits fashion, the second set opened and closed with “Morph Dusseldorf,” with a non-stop run of songs including an inverted version of “Above the Waves,” “The Champions,” and “Exodus” featuring first and only special guest, guitarist Tom Hamilton–who celebrated his 15th year in a row as a musician at Camp Bisco. “Above the Waves” reappeared before the enormous second set closed with “Morph Dusseldorf.”

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The band again appeared for a third set, beginning with “Dub Dribble” and “Helicopters,” a favorited song that again emerged to close the show. Donna Summer‘s “I Feel Love” was debuted, then followed by “Tricycle” and “Air Song.”

The Disco Biscuits offered a free stream of their performances throughout the weekend, so you can enjoy all three sets below:

Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | Camp Bisco | Montage Mountain, PA | 7/15/17
I: Caves of the East-> Loose Change, Bernstein & Chasnoff-> Highwire (inverted)-> Tempest-> Bernstein & Chasnoff, Mulberry’s Dream

II: Morph Dusseldorf-> Above the Waves (inverted)-> The Champions-> Exodus (w/ Tom Hamilton)-> Above the Waves-> Morph Dusseldorf

III: Dub Dribble-> Helicopters-> I Feel Love (Donna Summer, 1st time played)-> Tricycle-> Air Song-> Helicopters

[photo by Dave Vann]