, attached to 2010-12-28

Review by ajcmixer

ajcmixer First night definitely had its highlights but overall felt a bit disjointed. 2nd night IMHO rectified that, each set seemed like one big long song subdivided into various chapters aka song titles. Really got into gear with Alaska, long and jammed out. Wolfman's rocked and from Stash onward the dancefest was ON!, Vocally this show was much better than Monday and The Birdwatcher was proof positive, sweet!

Carini to open 2nd set was monsterous and there was no let up afterwards. Glad I was in the building for Back on the Train, one of my faves. I totally lost track of time during this set and that's a good thing. The entire show bristled with energy. Just a great, great show from beginning to end, couldn't ask anymore from a band who has set their own personal bar where most can't even see that far up. Mad crazy and loving it!

See you'all on NYE & NYD!

Peace,
Alex


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