, attached to 2009-08-01

Review by waxbanks

waxbanks Joyous evening among the rocks: two fun sets and a couple of jams worth seeking out. R'n'R and Disease neatly fill a half-hour; the former features some stop/start jackoffery (this is not a complaint!) and the latter keeps the musicomedy coming without getting stupid. Harry Hood became a major 'Type II' jam vehicle in 2003, so the concision of the '09 versions might be disappointing - yet there isn't a bad performance among them, and even the weirdly disappointing stuff (Jones Beach!) contains some moment or passage of extraordinary power (Jones Beach!!). Well, this is a buoyant and open-hearted Hood and you will feel (ahem) good about it, same as the rest of this uplifting show.


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